Rouleur was created to celebrate the drama and beauty of road racing. It is aimed at those people who, like us, are passionate about the sport. Don’t expect to see bike tests and race reports. Instead, the magazine focuses on exquisite photography and writing that really gets under the skin of the great riders and theatres of road racing. Published eight times a year, Rouleur is one of the finest cycling magazines around.
Issue 19.2 / MAR 2019 - Current Issue
Our alternative guide to the Hell of the North from start to finish, past, present and future. We’re on the farm with flamboyant five-time winner Roger De Vlaeminck, still pulling no punches.
Chowing down with Prudhomme and company for the race organisers’ traditional pre-race breakfast; a gallery of our photographers’ best images from Roubaix 2018. We interview Edvald Boasson Hagen, exploring the super-talent’s ups and downs.
There’s an enthralling account of a fictional women’s Paris-Roubaix while O’Grady and Michaelsen share bittersweet memories of the 2007 Roubaix. Plus, Desire, Boulting, Bardet, York and more…
Issue 19.1 / Jan 2019
“I couldn’t care less about getting eighth; I want to get on the podium and I will risk everything.”
Dan Martin dazzled in 2019, racing and winning with a smile. At home in Andorra with the risk-taking racer juggling twins and Grand Tour ambitions.
Morten Okbo on Belgium, Baudelaire and bicycling passion; unlucky underdog Sep Vanmarcke on near misses and we get high with AG2R on the altitude camp transforming their Tour hopes.
We’ve new columnists Romain Bardet and Ned Boulting, the tale of a Guatemalan who raced the Tour of Flanders, and we shiver at the GP Denain, a revamped French race with cobbles. Plus Desire and more…
Issue 18.8 / Dec 2018
“Between us, we’ve won six Tours.” Wiggins on Merckx
When Bradley met Eddy: two cycling legends on winning the Tour, the drawbacks of fame and why Wiggins is the Jamie Vardy to Merckx’s Pelé.
Colourful stories and portraits from British national champions past and present; we look at the life of late, great climber José María Jiménez and Dagnoni’s dazzling dernys and pacers.
Propaganda tool or unique sporting project? We go inside Israel Cycling Academy. Meanwhile, Ned Boulting meets Canyon-SRAM’s opportunistic road captain Tiffany Cromwell.