This photo, taken exactly 90 years ago to the day, shows Francesco Camusso on the Loreto climb during stage three of the 1931 Giro d’Italia.
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OBITUARY Vic Hopkin: 22 July 1933–21 May 2021
Former British Cycling board member Vic Hopkin, who was well known for his work in the run-up to the 2012 Olympics, has died after a short illness.
No more suffering in silence
After years of agony with gut problems, Sam Gray was finally forced to face his demons – and is now encouraging others to speak out and seek help
BRITAIN'S OTHER MEDAL FACTORY
South London club VC Londres has an extraordinary number of international champions among its alumni. James Shrubsall speaks to the members to find out the secret of its success
Identical twins have all but identical DNA. Does that mean their cycling potential is exactly the same too? Chris Marshall-Bell asks the Oliveira twins
Tight margins at the business end of Grand Tours should equal high drama – the Doc has a theory why that’s not always the case
DOMINATING THE VIRTUAL ROAD
The pandemic has fast tracked the rise of e-racing ahead of its natural progression. Paul Knott asked British time triallist turned e-racing star, Alice Lethbridge, how her Team Heino has become one of the most dominant teams on the Zwift racing scene
Small crash can derail a season
The highest of highs, and the lowest of lows. I went from the breakaway of the Volta ao Algarve – while not a result, it was a personal goal – to sitting on the tarmac within 24 hours.
Lowden hopes to drop flag on Hour record race
Brit targets official attempt after February’s record-breaking training run, writes Vern Pitt
Thomas: ‘We'll have all guns blazing at the Tour'
A hugely impressive Dauphiné performance gives the Ineos Grenadiers a significant pre-Tour boost
£1,000 ROAD BIKE HEAD TO HEAD
Four entry-level builds, contesting the most competitive price point, get put through their paces by Michelle Arthurs-Brennan and Simon Smythe