Podcast for Issue 35

Editor Guy Andrews and photographer Taz Darling join host Jack Thurston to talk about the current issue of the magazine. The discussion starts with a new Rouleur book about Fausto Coppi written by Herbie Sykes. The book is brimming with extraordinary photographs of Coppi, many previously unpublished. Taz and Guy discuss Coppi the bike racer, the style icon and debate his controversial relationship with la dama bianca.

Guy also talks about his story of how the British bike company Genesis is reviving steel as a material for professional race bikes. Jack interviews Maxine Peake who has written and stars in a new radio play about the life of British cycling great Beryl Burton.

Issue 35

The Rouleur podcast is brought to you by Mosquito Bikes, London’s custom made bicycle specialists. Throughout December Mosquito is opening through till 8pm on Thursday evenings and will be creating a bit of festive cheer with drinks, mince pies and a tempting range of christmas gift ideas for the cyclist in your life. If serious sports nutrition is more your thing than mince pies, come along on December 6th when nutrition expert Chris Green from Accelerade will be on hand to offer advice on fuelling up for your next ride. On the same evening Mosquito will be hosting a representative from Look bikes who will be showing off the 2013 range from Look. See the bikes in the flesh at 123 Essex Road, London N1 2SN or on the screen at mosquito-bikes.co.uk.


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