Cover Stories

Anquetil double

"BAN CYCLISTS"

Dauphine Win


Time Trial Ting-a-ling

Track Riders are too soft!

Women's Championship


Cover Stories
12 x 10 inches. Original newsprint cover, acrylic glaze, spray paint on canvas.

British cycling magazine Cycling Weekly was first published as Cycling on 24 January 1891. In June 1957, Cycling became Cycling & Mopeds, before dropping this addition and broadening its content to include all forms of competitive racing. Among its journalistic recruits was a young Phil Liggett, who along with Paul Sherwen became the voice of the Tour de France.

Harry Binns was a Cycling devotee; paying his One Shilling every Wednesday in order to follow the exploits of his heros.

Cover Stories maps some of the moments in this journey.






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All artwork and images © James Straffon 2017.