With the 2010 racing season about to kick off with the Tour Down Under, now is the time to get up to speed on this year’s teams, star riders and look ahead to the year’s major races.
The new issue of Cycle Sport magazine includes a comprehensive guide to all of the big teams, including interviews with key team members, profiles, form guide and much more.
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Plus, there are interviews with Ryder Hesjedal, Dan Martin and Andre Greipel; an in-depth look at Team Sky; a homage to the iconic Roubaix Velodrome; training secrets from Bbox Bouygues Telecom; and much more.
Cycle Sport March 2010 issue is on sale from Wednesday, January 20, at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.10
CYCLE SPORT 2010: FULL CONTENTS LIST
SKY: ALL SYSTEMS GO
Finally, Team Sky is up and running. In this special feature we look at the long genesis of the team, and how they are going to dominate the headlines in 2010
Garmin’s laid-back Canadian. Ryder Hesjedal was a key element in Bradley Wiggins’s fourth place in the 2009 Tour. We catch up with him in Hawaii and find out why
2010 SEASON PREVIEW
It’s shaping up to be an interesting year. Cycle Sport looks at the teams and races which will dominate the headlines for the next 12 months
2010 MAJOR TEAMS
All the ProTour outfits, plus the major players from the Continental division. Cycle Sport analyses them to within an inch of their racing lives
2010 MAJOR EVENTS
The big races of the year
ANDRE THE GIANT
André Greipel won 20 sprints last year, in spite of missing four months owing to injury. Is he going to challenge Cavendish for sprint dominance in 2010?
DAN THE MAN
Irish rider Dan Martin talks to Cycle Sport about his impressive 2009 season, and his big plans for the year ahead
ICONIC PLACES: ROUBAIX VELODROME
We visit one of the most famous finish venues in cycling
PRO PERFORMANCE: FRENCH REVOLUTION
How Bbox Bouygues Telecom trainer Marion Clignet is inspiring one of the most traditional teams in cycling to embrace the most modern training methods
The alternative view
GRAHAM WATSON: HE SHOOTS, HE WRITES
The Cycle Sport snapper looks forward to a new decade of cycling
TECH: SHOP WINDOW
Press your nose up against the Cycle Sport Shop Window and drool at the bling
Spectacular photography from the professional cycling scene
Comment, analysis and opinion on the latest news in the cycling world
LETTERS: YOUR SAY
A chance for you to have your say