Archive Issue 66 - Member EditionR0010-66M
Four young Rwandans arrive in the UK in search of racing experience and, ultimately, professional contracts. Will the boys from Kigali hack it in the Welsh valleys?
The ludicrous man standing for US president backed the biggest bike race in America in the 1980s, before his businesses failed spectacularly, leading to the race’s ultimate demise. Paul Maunder investigates the unlikely story of Donald Trump and his eponymous tour.
Also featuring: Roger Walkowiak and the stolen Tour de France, Six-Day London, Telenet-Fidea and the cyclo-cross family, and four mud-ready machines from Lapierre, Kinesis, Scott and Ridley.
Plus columnists Matt Seaton, Matt Rendell and Robert Millar.