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Stelvio magazine is the new ‘soul of cycling’.
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Stelvio is a striking new road cycling quarterly – a source of insightful, hard-hitting and evocative coverage, and an inspirational, collectable, coffee-table magazine of enduring value. Combining expertly-crafted long-form editorial with classic design and striking imagery, Stelvio will document the rollercoaster ride of professional racing while also exploring the core values of road cycling to wellbeing, health, adventure and spiritual fulfilment.

Founded by renowned cycling journalist and author, Jeremy Whittle, and published quarterly, the skill, craft and devotion manifest within the publication will reflect the sophistication of its audience. Quality, intelligence and credibility will be allied to Stelvio’s insight into the character and culture of global cycling.

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In Issue 2...

  • The Stelvio take on what was a watershed moment, both for the men’s Tour and, more significantly, for the Tour de France Femmes
  • Instinct and emotion in cycling – a series of features including an extract from Peter Cossins’s magical book, Climbers
  • The role of literature in shaping the greatest cycling adventures and the compelling beauty of Italy’s lesser-known autumn one-day races
  • A showcase of the work of two of cycling’s very best and most striking photographers, Roff Smith and Pete Goding
  • We examine the menacing growth of sports washing, while also trying to understand the drivers behind the first African World Road Racing Championships in 2025, where there is much more to the story than meets the eye
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