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 19.6 / OCT 2019 - Current Issue
“I’ve seen everything. I’m tired. I am tired of these guys thinking she just needs to shut up because this is the way it is, because I’m a woman in our sport.”
Disturbing evidence uncovered by Orla Chennaoui of verbal and sexual abuse and harassment in the women’s peloton – cycling’s #MeToo moment.
All roads lead to Harrogate for the upcoming World Championships in Yorkshire. We sampled as many ales and bars in the glorious spa town as we could, to aid your drinking enjoyment in September.
Also starring Spain’s big hope Enric Mas, the scandalous Vuelta a España of 1960, Belgium’s tragic World Champion Jean-Pierre Monseré, and a Brit-flavoured Desire special from Biggin Hill airport.
Columnists for this issue: Ned Boulting, Philippa York and Mat Hayman.
Issue 19.5 / Sept 2019
A sumptuous summer edition of Rouleur. Mapei’s champions tell us the complete and colourful inside story of modern cycling’s greatest team.
We go boxing with the sport’s enfant terrible Nacer Bouhanni. Is he really the bad boy or Mr Misunderstood? We’re in the Slovenian mountains exploring the rise of cycling’s smallest superpower and blown away by echelons and the stories of how they transform racing.
Then, we drink coffee with the Greenwoods, two WorldTour managers-turned-café owners. Plus Desire, Boulting, Bardet, York and more…
Issue 19.4 / July 2019
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...