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www.cyclingworldmag.com 46 5 Welcome Page


This month I bring up the contentious issue of static bikes?


8 News Page All of this month’s latest news


14 Writing Competition We announce Nigel Pedley as the winner of our short story competition


38 14 18 Connemara


Scot Whitlock spends a weekend in the west of Ireland and falls completely in love with the area.


30 Double Devil Sportive Cycling World believes the Double Devil is set to become a huge success and something of a Sportive icon.


38 Santiago to Gibraltar – Part One


Ian Howes details the highs and lows of this amazing journey


46 Steven Abraham Interview – 75065 miles plus in a year. Our editor interviews Steve Abraham and learns more about this incredible challenge.


54 Egypt


So how safe is it really to ride in Egypt? Margaret Jones explains.


62 Essex


Scot Whitlock sets out to banish any mis- conceptions


74 Health & Fitness Preventing Common Cycling Injuries and the Pitfalls of Over Training


86 The Sandy Everest The first Everesting attempt to take place in the Middle East Desert Mountains, Richard Lewis tells all to Cycling World


98 Clare Farrell Cycling World speaks with the innovative designer.


54 Cycling World Magazine @cyclingworlduk


102 Tandem Time Tandem team talks


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