The November issue of procycling has gone on sale in the UK today (Thursday) and features Amstel Gol

The November issue of procycling has gone on sale in the UK today (Thursday) and features Amstel Gol

On sale now, the November issue of procycling features Amstel Gold and Alpe d'Huez victor Frank Schleck, who welcomes us to his Luxembourg home to talk about his breakthrough season and his far-reaching goals for the future. Staying in Luxembourg, we also talk to Frank's apparently even more talented younger brother Andy, and investigate cycling's long and glorious history within the small duchy.

We also speak to Levi Leipheimer as he prepares to return to Johan Bruyneel's fold at Discovery Channel, we sit down for an often off-the-wall chat with Davitamon-Lotto's US buddies Chris Horner and Fred Rodriguez, and talk to the boss of new ProTour team, who says he more concerned with riders riding clean than winning. We also pick our way through the best of the bike bling at the Las Vegas Interbike show, and speak to US riders who tell us why they stick to racing at home rather than venturing to Europe.

In our regular features, Marcel Wust checks out Look's 595 Carbon in bike test, while this month's Classic Climb takes Steve Thomas to Como for a day out on the Tour of Lombardy's famous Ghisallo in the company of Discovery Channel's Trent Lowe.

This month's retro spotlight is cast on the development of the helmet, from hairnets to hardshells. There is also our sideways look at the latest news stories in knowledge, including an interview with T-Mobile team doctor Lothar Heinrich, a potted profile of new Euskaltel climbing sensation Igor Anton, and Anthony Pope's off-the-wall slant on the Paolo Bettini's Worlds victory, plus columns from Tom Danielson, Frank Hoj, Carlos Sastre and Olivia Gollan.

For more details go to our latest issue page on this site.

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