To celebrate the publication of Mondial 006, Rapha is hosting three events featuring contributors to the magazine.

Mondial Issue 006

Issue 006 offers our widest view of the road yet. As driverless cars make the leap from if to when, we look at one notable blind spot in the AV armoury: cyclists. Jenny Southan reports on the ubiquity of on-demand deliveries that have made Jakarta’s roads all but impassable, and Andrew Longmore considers the future of women’s cycling in the context of other sports that have implemented meaningful change. Paul Fournel offers a Europhile’s lament, while our stunning photo-essay from central Asia explores the origins of the Astana project. Bestselling author and commercial airline pilot Mark Vanhoenacker reflects on the wonders to be seen from the cockpit. Elsewhere, we examine how turning off the GPS might just help stave off dementia and media lawyer Alex Wade offers some sobering advice for tweet-happy trolls.