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Inside the latest issue
THE INNOVATORS ISSUE Introduced by Editor Andy McGrath
I've always loved how a radical idea can strike anywhere: on a walk, having a cup of tea, in the shower. And cycling and innovation go hand in hand. The humble bicycle has had a lot of tweaks over the years.
We figured it's high time to celebrate cycling culture's movers and shakers in the magazine. Take Michael Woods, the charismatic Canadian who we visited at home in Andorra. He's been going on short runs before bike races and is going carbon neutral for his travel, while challenging for Liège-Bastogne-Liège and Tour de France stages.
We also visit Fausto Pinarello at the eponymous company factory in Treviso, go back in time with a true pioneer of women's cycling and Richard Moore explores how Ineos Grenadiers changed the sport – and whether they're still the ones at the vanguard.
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