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The polka-dot edition. Robert Millar relives the decisive final stages of the 1984 Tour, while Herbie Sykes invokes the legend of the merciless Mortirolo.
We kick off the issue with something of a new school trials special, first speaking to Hans Rey on how he escaped the small world of trials to become, for a long time at least, the most famous man
Jack Thurston explores the history of Paris-Roubaix, and Guy pays a visit to titanium frame masters Lynskey.
As if you breathe in hot splinters of glass, that is how cycling in Senegal feels, according to former cycle racer Peter Winnen.