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 19.4 / July 2019 - Current Issue
Rouleur’s special guide to the Tour de France, 21 stages, 21 stories. Readers and pro cyclists ask reigning champion Geraint Thomas the questions that matter.
We see Belgium’s barren Grand Tour run, fabulous collectors’ paraphernalia; interviews with Thomas De Gendt and Dylan Groenewegen; Romain Bardet on his homecoming stage; the Col de l’Iseran.
Philippa York reflects on the 1984 TdF King of the Mountains title and ahead to the Tour of the future and green initiatives being put in place. Plus Desire, Ned Boulting and much more...
Issue 19.3 / May 2019
It’s Giro joy with our Italy special. We’re in the mountains with favourite Simon Yates, the attacking and ambitious climber seeking greatness.
We go inside the corsa rosa: Giuseppe Saronni recalls his 1979 victory, we see the creation of the Trofeo Senza Fine, look at the punchy Bologna prologue and interview all-Italian champion Elisa Longo Borghini.
Matt Rendell explores the transforming nation behind the Tour Colombia; there’s the story of Gios’ orange years and part two of our pro cycling concussion discussion. Plus Pedro Horrillo on his life-transforming Giro crash, Desire, Boulting, Bardet, York and more...
Issue 19.2 / MAR 2019 - SOLD OUT
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…