“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.
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Fantastic read and super engaging photos of cycling and velo culture... the packaging itself was just as well curated at the magazines content. Rouleur Magazine is an essential for anyone wishing to delve into the depths of what makes this sport so amazing and the coverage of #metoo in women’s cycling was quality