Cycle Sport magazine June 2012 issue out now

Cycle Sport magazine June 2012 issue is out now, packed with all the best news, opinion, in-depth features, interviews and photography, all for only £4.95.

In the June 2012 issue:

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Giro d’Italia 2012
Full 2012 Giro guide, 16-page Giro d’Italia retro photo special and art prints.

Bradley Wiggins
The inside story of how Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky dominated Paris-Nice and made the Brit a favourite for the Tour de France

Andre Greipel
The German sprinter has big ambitions for 2012

Pierre Rolland
The Frenchman tells Cycle Sport all about his spectacular Tour performance last year, where he won the prestigious Alpe d’Huez stage

Thomas de Gendt
The perennial breakaway rider and double Paris-Nice stage winner talks about his high hopes for the Grand Tours

Erik Zabel
The six-times Tour green jersey winner takes us through what Mark Cavendish has to do to win stages at the Tour and still be good for the Olympic Games

The Longest Day: Milan-San Remo
Our photo feature tells the story of the longest day in cycling – Italy’s Milan-San Remo Classic

Iconic Places: La Marmolada
One of the toughest climbs in cycling, and a regular fixture on the Giro route

Graham Watson: He shoots, he writes
The Cycle Sport snapper enjoyed a spectacular Classics season

Our man in the bunch
Planes, trains and automobiles: our anonymous rider talks about the travelling circus of the professional peloton

Spectacular photography of the cycling world

Comment, analysis, banter and opinion on the latest news in the cycling world

Moments in time
We analyse the crucial moments and tactics of the big races

Cycling’s angriest columnist tries to gatecrash the hallowed VIP tent at the Tour of Flanders

Shop window
Open your wallets, it’s the latest extravagantly posh bike gear

Cycle Sport June 2012 issue is on sale now in WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.95

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