Want to know everything about this year’s Tour de France? Cycle Sport‘s 2009 Tour de France guide is on sale now.

CS’s team of experienced journalists have been working hard to bring you the most comprehensive, up-to-date, value-for-money Tour de France guide on the shelves.

Star interviews, team profiles, stage details – CS gives you the inside track on the course and riders that make the Tour the biggest cycling event in the world.

Plus, there’s the usual no-nonsense editorial and stunning photography that have firmly established Cycle Sport one of the world’s best-selling professional cycling magazines.

What’s in the issue?

Cycle Sport’s full 2009 Tour de France preview

Exclusive Carlos Sastre interview – the reigning champion isn’t going to give up his title without a fight

Astana: Follow Which Leader? Decision time approaches for Johan Bruyneel – who’s going to lead Astana at the Tour?

All Aboard the Garmin Express – Cycle Sport joins Garmin for their team time trial training camp

Class of 2008 – last year’s Tour top 10 and stage winners – where are they now?

Exclusive Christian Vande Velde interview – last year’s Tour revelation faces an uphill battle to get fit for the Tour after a serious crash at the Giro

The Men Who Matter: portraits and analysis of Lance Armstrong, Alberto Contador, Cadel Evans, Levi Leipheimer, Denis Menchov, Carlos Sastre, Andy Schleck and Mark Cavendish

How the Tour will be won – The key stages and key players

Stage previews – routes, tactics, previous winners interviewed, plus what to eat

Teams – the 20 squads who’ll take the line in Monaco

Iconic Places: The Champs Elysées – World Championship of sprinters

Plus all the regulars – Graham Watson’s best pictures from the Giro, Shop Window, Calendar, Results, Broomwagon, Michael Barry interview, CS Tour de France Spotter’s Guide, Top 10 and a rare month of glory in Beat Cycle Sport.

Cycle Sport Summer 2009 issue is on sale from Wednesday at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.10.

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