Cycle Sport July 2014 issue

Did 2014 bring us a classic set of Classics? Cycle Sport July 2014 magazine looks back at the highs and lows of spring races from Milan-San Remo to Liege-Bastogne-Liege in a 12-page review.

Also in this issue, CS assesses how cobble master Fabian Cancellara squares up against the best classics riders in history, and charts how the BMC Racing Team has turned its fortunes around with the help of Allan Peiper.

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Plus there are features on Alejandro Valverde, Ian Stannard and Tyler Farrar; a look at the latest pro tech; and the usual selection of stunning photography and unrivalled race analysis.

Cycle Sport July 2014 issue is on sale now at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.75.

Classics review
Highlights and analysis from a fascinating spring campaign

Classics review CS July

Fabian Cancellara
The best Classics rider ever?

Cancellara Classics king CS July

Alejandro Valverde
Will he ever be forgiven?

Valverde feature CS July

BMC are back
Peiper’s masterplan explained

BMC building CS July

Tyler Farrar
This man needs no lead-out

Ian Stannard
Sky’s man of iron

Ian Stannard feature CS July

Racing digest
The month’s racing explained

Racing digest CS July

Bike test
Genesis Volare Team

Bike test
Cube Litening Super HPC

Leeds Classic
Yorkshire racing, 90s style

Images of cycling
Sky men, post-Roubaix

Cool pics as the weather hots up

Sky fall
British superteam found hilly Classics
a mountain to climb

Pro bike
Cyril Gautier’s Colnago C60 for the Ardennes Classics

Team of the month
Who made the grade after the Classics?

Evenin’ all
John Degenkolb on his former life as a cop

The racing month
Jaw-dropping stats, facts and figures

Keeping it hellish
Meet the man in charge of the Paris-Roubaix cobbles

Pick of the bunch
Latest and greatest kit, including Cav’s new clothing range

MTN snubbed
No Tour or Giro for the South Africans

Tramadol days
Is painkiller to blame for Classics crashes?

Graham Watson
Photography can be a dangerous pursuit

Cobbles with Kelly
The Irish legend makes light work of the Flandrian pavé

I’m your fan
Which rider has the biggest following?

Any questions?
Tony Gallopin has the answers

Cycle Sport July 2014 issue is on sale now at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.75.