Rouleur #123 - The Futurology Issue

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Rouleur #123 - The Futurology Issue

Rouleur is a British cycling magazine founded by Guy Andrews and first published in 2005 by sportswear brand Rapha and later as a part of Gruppo Media Ltd. The magazine's main focus is road racing but there have been excursions into areas such as cyclo-cross and track racing.

From the editor:

"Rouleur 123: the Futurology Edition is a magazine full of cutting-edge bikes and tech, from collaborations between bike companies and F1 teams, through some seriously desirable bikes (including one whose development owes a great deal to the world of jewellery and another which is literally a work of art), to a collection of bikes that may be from decades past, but in their own time represented the future of cycling. We've also looked at the future of scouting for talent in the WorldTour, and at how time trialling looks to become more and more important in the women's calendar. And because we like to go a little further into cycling culture than your everyday cycling magazine, we have an article on the early 20th century Russian artist Natalia Goncharova and her seminal work, Cyclist. Goncharova was an exponent in art of, what else, Futurism."