‘Cycling’s Great Wasted Talent’ is the cover line of a new book dedicated to Belgium’s tragic star Frank Vandenbroucke. Eddy Merckx said Vandenbroucke was so talented he could win anything in cycling, but he was brought down by a series of drugs scandals – on and off the bike – and an urge for excess and self-destruction. In his book ‘God Is Dead’, former Rouleur Editor Andy McGrath details Vandenbroucke’s extraordinary rise and fall.
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Also on this edition, Phil Wright reads ‘The Joy of Setts’ from Rouleur 110, Paul Maunder’s detailed tribute to the cobble.
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