Rouleur magazine documents the world of cycling in stunning imagery and rich, insightful features. Issue 33 includes: Eileen Sheridan on her unbroken Place-to-Place records, a feature on German Cycle sport and a look at Independent Fabrications.
Eileen Sheridan broke all 21 women`s place-to-place records in the 1950s, five of which are yet to be broken. We speak to the diminutive pin up of British cycling on Land`s End to John O`Groats and the loneliness of the long distance professional cyclist.
Cycle sport in Germany is on its uppers. Home team Heizomat cling onto the back wheels of the ProTour squads at the Tour of Bavaria and wonder what the future holds for its roster of youngsters.
Also featuring American builders of beautiful bikes Independent Fabrication, the great Italian Nino Difilippis, further travels in Italy with rim manufacturers Ambrosio and Graeme Fife`s update on the three aspiring teenagers featured last year.
Plus columnists Paul Fournel, William Fotheringham, Matt Seaton and Johnny Green.
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