Rouleur̴Ì_is the highly acclaimed cycling magazine, issued eight times a year. It brings together leading cycling writers and photographers to convey the essence and imagery of road racing.
The photography and writing celebrates the passion and beauty of the sport that has built dedicated fans from discerning cycling fans and influential bike riders alike.̴Ì_
The magazine appeals to those passionate about sport but not interested in reading bike tests and race reports. Rather, the magazine focuses on exquisite photography and wroting that gets under the skin of the great riders and the theatre of road racing.̴Ì_
Rouleur̴Ì_puts a premium on design, it's printed on heavy art-stock paper and uses the highest quality reproduction and printers.̴Ì_
More about In Issue #48:
"Rudi Altig offered coffee and cookies. Roger de Vlaeminck gave me homegrown potatoes. Francesco Moser berated me. One rider wanted 200 Euros for the interview."
Photographer Oliver Soulas takes portraits of the greats: Moser, Bahamontes, De Vlaeminck, Gimondi, Maertens ‰ۡÌÝÌÕ every one a winner.
Grand Tour virgin Chris Juul-Jensen sends Rouleur postcards from the Giro. Three weeks of pain, witty observations and daily struggle to reach Trieste, beautifully captured by the young Tinkoff-Saxo rider.
Also featuring titanium kings Litespeed at home in Chattanooga, the good work of the Dave Rayner Fund, Hannah Barnes and Sharon Laws kicking up a storm in the USA, and the Belgian hotel of choice for cycling champions.̴Ì_
Plus columnists Robert Millar, Matt Seaton and Johnny Green.̴Ì_