Cyclist magazine, Issue 106
John O’Groats to Land’s End might just be Britain’s most celebrated ride, so to celebrate Britannia, issue 106 sees Cyclist take on its own attempt: 14 days, 14 rides, each designed to be more spectacular than the last. This is JOGLE the scenic route, and this is part one. But of course not every ride needs to be 185km along the Scottish coast into a headwind, so we’ve also got tales and travails of riding at 2,500m in Colombia, climbing up cobbled hairpins in Switzerland, and the highs and lows of the 2020 Tour de France that so nearly wasn’t.
Throw in some straight talk on the ever increasing number of cassette sprockets (spoiler: it’s now 13), the time Eddy Merckx got punched off his bicycle, a deep-dive into a bike built of wood plus an exclusive Q&A with Eurosport commentator Carlton Kirby, and you’ve got another bumper issue to keep you reading when you’re not riding.
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