LORENA WIEBES, MATEJ MOHORIČ, MAGNUS CORT
-Exclusive Winners’ Words from inside the peloton, documenting first accounts of the best victories in the 2022 calendar and detailed in unrivalled intimacy.
-"Paradigm Shift: What the 2022 Tour of Flanders Tells us About Cycling". Ed Pickering, through the lens of Wout van Aert and Tadej Pogačar’s performances at the Tour of Flanders, analyses the rapid and sudden evolution of cycling and the impact of a new breed of multidisciplinary riders.
-"The Giant of Asmara". Herbie Sykes dissects the history of Eritrean cycling, and the role of Tekeste Woldu, ‘The Giant of Eritrea’ in shaping the career of the brilliant Biniam Girmay.
-"The Giro: The Greatness and Misery of Being Human". Dissecting the mental and physical challenges of his debut Giro D’Italia, Guillaume Martin delivers an eloquent essay on the central contradictions of humanity and how success in cycling depends so often on mastering the tides of this dichotomy.
-"Who's the Fastest". Andre Greipel offers his selection of the top 10 sprinters in this current generation of exceptional racers.
-"Great Expectations". A brilliant account of the sweltering heat of this summer’s Tour de France Femmes, culminating in Isabel Best’s experiences shadowing Marion Rousse, the race’s director.
AMY LAUREN JONES
-"Northern Lights". Amy Lauren-Jones covers this year's Tour of Scandinavia in stunning and intricate detail, doing justice to a race perhaps understandably overshadowed by the women’s Tour de France.
-"Cycling's Winter Wonderland". Katy Magdwick covers the Cyclocross 2021-22 season, with some familiar faces making an appearance.
-"The World Down Under". Sun, Cycling and Suspicious Australians. Sophie Smith takes an in-depth look at the World Championships as cycling returned with force to ocean-side Wollongong amidst fears of Covid-19 regulations tightening.