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  • Issue 03

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  • In issue 03

    The Big Interview
    Well, interviews really - issue three is packed with them: Chris Boardman on beelines, and building a better Manchester; Cyclist and adventurer Laura Scott describes a new life on two wheels; Bill Hughes of Legal and General Real Assets outlines how he started a cycling revolution; Club Peloton’s Nick Hanmer and his surprising past; Paralympian cyclist Mark Rohan takes us on a journey to create the new Majorca... in Portugal.
    Buildings for Bikes
    We reveal the we reveal Buckley Gray Yeoman's work at Minster Court in the City of London.
    100 Climbs Challenge
    Dom Millar relates the pain and the pleasure (not much of the latter) at completing every climb in Simon Warren's book "100 Greatest Cycling Climbs: A Road Cyclist's Guide to Britain's Hills" - in one go, over 29 days, riding 5,296km and climbing the equivalent of over nine Everests.
    New Kit
    Velocity gets access to a prototype Crosshead, the innovative new folding bike designed to provide an outstanding ride, and to its engaging and ambitious inventor, Stuart Lambert.
    V versus… StelVio
    This summer the friends of Velocity took on a mighty Italian challenge, climbing Stelvio and its neighbour the Gavia.
    Event
    The first Velocity eVent brought Rapha founder Simon Mottram and Brompton chief executive Will Butler-Adams together to talk about their love of cycling.
  • All our regular features:
    Freewheeling,
    I-spy, Biketoon,
    Overheard,
    columnists Leanne Tritton
    and Peter Murray,
    Seasonal stretch,
    Brainwaves,
    Club Peloton update,
    How to…,
    V Good idea,
    and more...
  • Issue 01

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  • In issue 01

    The big interview
    Nick Searl of London King's Cross developer Argent talks bikes and placemaking
    Buildings for bikes
    The Alphabeta building in London reviewed - for cyclists
    My favourite ride
    Architect Roger Hawkins describes a sublime Pisa-to-Rome ride
    Pedalling policy
    Consultant Phil Jones looks at cycling infrastructure
    Brain waves
    Tim Nicholls of Weston Williamson outlines a tree-mendous idea
    Columnists
    Peter Murray and Leanne Tritton get on their soapboxes
  • All our regular features:
    Freewheeling,
    I-spy, Biketoon,
    Overheard,
    columnists Leanne Tritton
    and Peter Murray,
    Seasonal stretch,
    Brainwaves,
    Club Peloton update,
    How to…,
    V Good idea,
    and more...