DISRAELI DOCUMENTS

Winning


Winning 1984 Oct - MAVIC ad

Winning 1984 Oct - MAVIC ad

  • Publisher: Winning
  • Date: October 1984
  • Derailleur brands: MAVIC
  • Derailleurs: MAVIC 851
Winning 1984-10 MAVIC advert scan 01 thumbnail


Winning 1984 Oct - SunTour ad

Winning 1984 Oct - SunTour ad

  • Publisher: Winning
  • Date: October 1984
  • Derailleur brands: SunTour
  • Derailleurs: SunTour Superbe Pro (5200)
Winning 1984-10 SunTour advert thumbnail


Winning 1985 May - Elsmar ad

Winning 1985 May - Elsmar ad

  • Publisher: Winning
  • Date: May 1985
  • Derailleur brands: MAVIC
  • Derailleurs: MAVIC 851
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Winning 1985 May - Shimano ad

Winning 1985 May - Shimano ad

  • Publisher: Winning
  • Date: May 1985
  • Derailleur brands: Shimano
  • Derailleurs: Shimano Dura-Ace (7400)
Winning 1985-05 Shimano advert thumbnail


Winning 1985 May - SunTour ad

Winning 1985 May - SunTour ad

  • Publisher: Winning
  • Date: May 1985
  • Derailleur brands: SunTour
  • Derailleurs: SunTour Superbe Pro (5200)
Winning 1985-05 SunTour advert thumbnail


Winning 1985 Oct - Colnago ad

Winning 1985 Oct - Colnago ad

Winning 1985-10 Colnago advert thumbnail


Winning 1985 Oct - MAVIC ad

Winning 1985 Oct - MAVIC ad

  • Publisher: Winning
  • Date: October 1985
  • Derailleur brands: MAVIC
  • Derailleurs: MAVIC 851
Winning 1985-10 MAVIC advert scan 01 thumbnail


Winning 1985 Oct - Peugeot ad

Winning 1985 Oct - Peugeot ad

  • Publisher: Winning
  • Date: October 1985
  • Derailleur brands: Simplex
  • Derailleurs: Simplex SLJ5500
Winning 1985-10 Peugeot advert thumbnail


Winning 1985 Oct - SunTour ad

Winning 1985 Oct - SunTour ad

  • Publisher: Winning
  • Date: October 1985
  • Derailleur brands: SunTour
  • Derailleurs: SunTour Superbe Pro (5200)
Winning 1985-10 SunTour advert thumbnail

Winning Magazine (more properly called 'WinnIng Bicycle Racing Illustrated') was a magazine focussed on cycle racing that was published from 1983 to 1998. It is slightly difficult to pin down, but some notions might be:

  • It was founded by Jean-Claude Garot, a Belgian journalist and publisher - so it was, arguably, a Belgian magazine.
  • However, it was first launched, in the English language, in the US - so many people regarded it as an American magazine.
  • It was also later launched in the UK, with a UK based editorial staff - so he UK edition was regarded by British people as being a UK magazine. However the so-called 'UK edition' was actually printed in Belgium.
  • Possibly at the same time as the UK launch, it was also finally launched in Belgium and France as a French language magazine called 'Ciclisme International'.

All the complexity of the internet - but printed on paper.