Cycle Sport November

David Millar said goodbye to the professional peloton at the Vuelta a Espana earlier this month, but as he said in this exclusive interview, there is little place for sentiment and nostalgia in such a transient community. While sharing a relaxed drink on his hotel terrace we looked back on the Grand Tour that has become the Scot’s favourite race.

While in Spain we caught up with the MTN-Qhubeka team that is doing a great job of proving that winning isn’t everything, even in this day of multi-million pound budgets and marginal gains. If you don’t know what this team is all about, this article might surprise you.

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Suisse clothing company Assos also opened their doors for us as we wanted to see how a company can stay at the forefront of cycling – from amateur to pro level – for so many years. Also in the magazine is a picture feature from the Tour of Britain, a look at the future of bike design, the crisis affecting Italian cycling, Jens Voigt‘s epic hour record and more.

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