It’s been a busy couple of months for the team at Cyclist but we think it’s been absolutely worth it…

Don’t go rushing to the post box or off to the local newsagent just yet. You’ll have to wait a little while longer – Thursday 15 October to be exact – before the next issue of Cyclist is released into the wild. In the meantime however, we’re proud to present a taste of what’s to come.

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As mentioned, we’ve worked non-stop putting the latest edition together. After countless flights, both domestic and abroad, road trips, product shooting and testing along with plenty of hours spent in the saddle, we (and you) will finally see all of that hard work come to life. As always, we’ve ensured a great mix of content including some amazing riding locations, in-depth interviews with some of the sport’s biggest names along and enough bike bling to keep your credit card busy in the months leading up to summer.

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In the next issue (on sale next week), we celebrate cycling’s great cultural diversity with features from both home and overseas. First stop: Queensland, for an inaugural Big Ride on the Gold Coast, taking on the hinterland to escape the winter blues. On the international front we cross the Pacific to Boulder, Colorado, the home of America’s top cyclists, for an experience at altitude that left us panting in the very best way possible.

We also sat down with one of cycling’s greatest competitors Miguel Indurain who well and truly opened up to discuss rivals, race tactic and resting heart rates. Back at home former WorldTour rider Wesley Sulzberger is loving his work-life balance on the National Road Series and Asian Continental circuits with Navitas-Satalyst – a reminder that, even for the pros, there can be life beyond the bike. It’s another bumped issue – we hope you enjoy.


From the team at Cyclist.

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