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Sepp Kuss gets ready to lead the bike parade in Durango to celebrate his Vuelta a España win. Caley Fretz's smiling mug is jankily photoshopped over the top.

Our Favourite Stories: Caley Fretz’s eye for detail

Matt de Neef rides the Col du Tourmalet. Matt de Neef's profile photo is poorly superimposed over Matt de Neef (the cyclist's) face, for a very meta bad Photoshop experience.

Our favourite stories: Matt de Neef always strikes gold

Alison Jackson wins the 2023 Paris-Roubaix, sitting up in a shock-surprise victory salute. Abby Mickey's smiling face is badly photoshopped over Alison's.

Our favourite stories: no one writes about women’s cycling like Abby Mickey

An Abbey Bike Tools employee feeds tube stock into a machine. Dave's face is jankily superimposed over the employee's.

Our favourite stories: The best of Dave Rome, tech and tool titan

Primož Roglič holds the Giro d'Italia trophy over his head on the podium. Kate Wagner's profile photo is jankily edited in place of his face.

Our favourite Stories: The method and the madness of Kate Wagner

Our favourite Stories: Dane Cash is, mostly, pretty serious about bike racing

A rider in the UK Hill Climb championships rides up The Struggle. Kit Nicholson's smiling mug is implausibly, crappily Photoshopped over the rider's.

Our favourite stories: Kit Nicholson has some impressive range

A lone rider climbs a road out of a fogbank. Joe Lindsey's head is geekily pasted atop the rider's body.

Our favourite stories: Joe Lindsey is a wear tester of keyboards

Our favourite stories: the Jonny Long pieces that made my year

Tech editor James Huang rides his Urban Arrow with his daughter in the box.

Our favourite stories: James Huang brings the personal touch to tech

Mischa Bredewold raises her arms in a victory salute. José Been's face is photoshopped in over Mischa's.

Our favourite stories: José Been sees the full person

Imanol Erviti rides up a climb in the 2019 Vuelta a España. Andy McGrath's mug is pasted over Erviti's head in a janky Photoshop job.

Our favourite stories: Andy McGrath always gets to the heart of it