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Mark Cavendish

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Mark Cavendish - more than just the fastest man on two wheels. 

World champion, green jersey winner, Olympic gold medal favourite and Sports Personality of the Year. We knew all that. What we didn't know before we met him (for our well-timed fashion story on rainwear) was that he's a sharp dressed man with a keen eye on what he likes and how he wears it when he's not grinding those pedals. "I wear Lycra for a living," he explains, "so I've got to take some pride in my appearance at some point don't I?" Fair point Mark, fair point.

See the shoot and read the full interview in the June issue, out now

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