DECEMBER ISSUE ON SALE

The December issue is on sale, and focuses on how Danilo Di Luca made it back to the top in a review

The December issue is on sale, and focuses on how Danilo Di Luca made it back to the top in a review

The Di Luca profile is the lead feature in procycling's review of the year, which also includes our list of the season's top 10 riders and the brightest young things in the sport as selected by some leading team managers. We also meet new world hour record-holder Ondrej Sosenka, who tells us how he did it, why he planned for no one to be there and what he intends to do next.

Chris Boardman gets his hands on many of the bright, shiny and new things that were unveiled at the Las Vegas Interbike Show, and gives full tests to four new bikes from Argon 18, Cannondale, FELT and Specialized.

Specialized are also giving readers the chance to win a Ruby female-specific bike and kit in our competition this month. That offer slots in neatly with our head-to-head, in which leading Australian riders Oenone Wood and Olivia Gollan discuss the current state of their side of the sport.

Classic Climbs heads to the French Alps, where Peter Cossins combines riding over some of the major climbs that will feature in next year's Tour with a biomechanical tune-up that gets rid of his persistent backache and adds significant power output.

Plus, there are full details on the 2006 Tour de France route and the other main issues of the month in knowledge, our regular and insightful columns from Carlos Sastre, Frank Hoj and Tom Danielson, plus latest news and results, and upcoming events.

All this for only £3.85. Don't miss it!

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