Issue 120

Issue 120

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It’s here, it’s finally here! The very first Women’s Paris-Roubaix has finally taken place – only a mere 125 years after the men’s first kicked off – and issue 120 is on hand to bring you an in-depth view and exclusive photography from the historic race.
Our profile this month is on retired Team Sky rider Ian Boswell, who talks candidly about the often-overlooked fall-out, both mental and physical, from crashing bikes; and we catch up with Simon Mottram when we peak behind the Lycra curtains at Rapha, and discuss what the British brand is doing for international diversity and sustainability in cycling.
Rides come thick and fast from Portugal and the Scotland, while brand new bikes roll in the form of the Cervélo R5 and Specialized’s lightest-ever gravel-cum-cross bike, the eye-wateringly light 725g Crux. Then as Dave Brailsford looks to step down at Ineos Grenediers, Richard Moore delves into the legacy the team manager has made, and it’s got our eyes watering for all kinds of other reasons.