Rouleur's second photography annual has just hit the shelves and packs even more sumptuous photographs from the biggest cycling events over the past year into its pages.

The annual is a collection of work from nine of Rouleur’s main photographers, who have been sent to the four corners of the cycling calendar and tasked with bringing back the best possible photographs. A task, it seems, they've achieved with great aplomb.

"The photographs in this volume give you a glimpse into a multitude of cycling’s many facets: the riders, the people by the road, the anonymous officials, and the different landscapes that form the backdrop for the races, from the northern Essex marshes of Dengie to the Italian Dolomites" says editor Guy Andrews."

"These are nine very different, yet all deeply personal views represented in this book, which is a must-have for any fan of cycling or photography."

Phil Liggett has provided the foreword before the photographs from Ben Ingham, Camille J McMillan, Geoff Waugh, Gerard Brown, Guy Andrews, Olaf Unverzart, Rein Van de Wouw, Taz Darling and Timm Kölln is revealed page by page.

Among the many great races featured include the Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix, Tour de France, Giro d’Italia, Amstel Gold Race, Paris-Nice and Dauphiné Libéré.

Get you copy now from, priced £37.

Here's a taste of what you can expect