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On the cover: Alberto Contador has overcome many things over the span of his short career. Grand tour season begins May 7 in Torino, Italy. VeloNews reporter Brian Holcombe and photographer Brad Kaminski were in Italy to cover Tirreno-Adriatico. In a nine-page season preview, we rank the top teams, riders and races to watch on local roads. This year’s Amgen Tour of California has not one, but three stages that offer definitive changes on the general classification. And, in our award-winning Tech section, Lennard Zinn tests four brands’ aluminum handlebars against their carbon-fiber counterparts. Subscribe today!
For some, a trip across the Atlantic to ride the most hallowed roads of professional racing is a far-off fantasy. For others it’s a reality — a dream that has either been actualized or is in the works. As with many things, the difference between fantasy and reality is simply making it happen. Subscribe today!
Who do you think will win Paris-Roubaix this year? Is Andy Schleck guaranteed the top spot at the Tour de France with Alberto Contador sidelined? VeloNews walks you through the full season ahead, listing our podium picks for every major race plus highlighting the riders and the factors that will shape the year ahead. Plus: we test six carbon clinchers on steep mountain roads, reveal the power output needed to ride at the world-class level, and take you inside the complete meltdown of Australia's greatest team that never was. Subscribe today!
The Cyclocross Issue, with detailed analysis of both the European and American ’cross circuits. Editor at Large John Wilcockson examines how the ambitious new Project Luxembourg team stole top riders Andy Schleck and Fabian Cancellara from Saxo Bank manager Bjarne Riis. In Tech, we review eight top bib shorts, and present a selection of winter cycling gear to get you through the coldest months of the year. Subscribe today!
From winning the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix to riding for his teammates at the Tour de France while wearing the yellow jersey, Fabian Cancellara was incredible in 2010. For that, we gave him the International Cyclist of the Year Award (and a jersey, and a few bottles of champagne….). Subscribe today!
Thor Hushovd was nowhere to be seen in the key moves of the world championship road race — until he blasted first across the line. VeloNews breaks down exactly how he did it. Now is the time for clubs to buy custom clothing (delivery takes 4-12 weeks). VeloNews presents a comprehensive selection of your options, with pricing, minimum orders, manufacturing location and other key information listed along with the recommendations of the VeloNews club team. Subscribe today!
The second annual edition of the VeloNews Race & Ride Guide is a 116-page manual of 65 road and mountain-bike one-day and stage races, plus epic rides and highlighted gear you’ll need for every application. We highlight the best of the country’s competitive road events, from the hot trend of American gran fondos to stage races to one-day events. Subscribe Now!
This season, an unprecedented number of American pro teams are tackling the world's biggest races. VeloNews attended the training camps of RadioShack, HTC-Columbia, Garmin-Transitions and BMC. We bring you the inside scoop on these super-squads and others in the March issue. We also take a look at the varied career of the ever-popular Tim Johnson, who wore his recently earned national championship skinsuit to a 14th place finish at cyclocross worlds. Subscribe Now!
We break down all the best bikes of 2010 in 18 categories, plus give you the inside story on tested products from road groups to helmets to shoes. The photo feature, 25 Years of Cool, takes you inside bike tech as only VeloNews can, showing choice bikes and gear in their 1985 form alongside their 2010 iteration, like the Specialized Stumpjumper or Sidi shoes. Subscribe Now!
Cadel Evans won the title, but who was Australia really riding for at the world championships? This, and many other questions about Australian cycling are answered in detail in the April issue, for which Neal Rogers spent weeks on the continent Down Under. Plus, a day at the track with Philip Deignan and an insider's look at Japanese cyclocross. Subscribe Now!