Procycling – November 2017 issue 235£5.25
Inside the latest issue of Procycling: “That is probably the toughest grand tour I’ve ever ridden” – how true great Chris Froome and Sky dominated the Spanish grand tour.
Also inside we look at Alberto Contador’s performance in his last race as a professional, we join the Manzana team at their first grand tour and we catch up with Belgian champion Oliver Naesen.
PLUS: Why Dutch women dominate cycling, we look at the life and times of double Lombardia winner Gianbattista Baronchelli and much more!
Procycling Issue 231, July 2017£5.25
The July 2017 edition of Procycling is now in shops in the UK. It features an exclusive interview with defending Tour de France champion Chris Froome, along with a free 32-page in-depth guide to the 2017 Tour.
As well as our interview with Froome, we have an eyewitness account of Nairo Quintana’s failed attempt to win the Giro in advance of the Tour and ask how it will affect his chances in July, where he is still seen as one of Froome’s major challengers.
Alberto Contador talks us through the 10 Tours he has experienced, from his wins in 2007 and 2009 to the DNS of 2006 and crashing out in two of the last three races. We also have interviews with Richie Porte, a genuine dark horse for the yellow jersey, and Warren Barguil, who is going for stages instead of GC this year, along with an assessment of the chances of French riders Romain Bardet and Thibaut Pinot.
Robbie McEwen, the three-time winner of the green jersey, talks us through the sprinters who will contest the flat stages, and we look at why Peter Sagan is nigh-on unbeatable in the points classification. There is also a unique two-up interview with warhorses Thomas Voeckler and Sylvain Chavanel, who have started 30 Tours between them, worn the yellow jersey for 22 days and won seven stages.
We’ve also previewed the likely shape of the race, and looked at the main climbs of the 2017 Tour with eyewitness accounts from riders who have shone on them in previous editions of the race. Our retro feature looks at Miguel Indurain’s achievement in winning the 1991 Tour with a long-range attack in the mountains, a tactic he never used again in his four subsequent Tour wins. And we also have a full wrap-up of the Giro d’Italia, one of the most exciting Grand Tours of recent years, from our team on the ground.
Our free 32-page Tour guide features in-depth analysis of all the stages, along with expert comment from Robert Millar, the former Tour de France King of the Mountains, and a look at all 22 teams who will compete.
All this, plus a Q&A with Luke Rowe, Experience with Jeremy Roy, our run-down of the recent racing, a review of the Trek Domane SLR, incredible photography, brilliant writing and all the colour of professional cycling. Procycling July 2017 is now available in UK newsagents.
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