GamingLives gets to grips with Cyanide Studio's latest management game, Pro Cycling Manager 2012:
"The meat of Pro Cycling Manager 2012 is in the Career mode, which will probably be your first port of call. You can choose from 81 real-life cycling teams or go ahead and make your own, which is what I chose to do first time round. With your custom team you can pick a name (in my case, Team Bacon), the colour of their jerseys (pink, of course) and then all the riders you want on your team. You’ve only got a certain amount of cash, so you’re unlikely to be buying any big name cyclists, but you can scrape together an average team with some good riders in there to help do well in events."