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At Speed, by Mark Cavendish

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Title: At Speed - My Life in the Fast Lane Author: Mark Cavendish (with Daniel Friebe) Publisher: Ebury Press Year: 2013 Pages: 314 Order: Ebury What it is: Volume two of the autobiographies of...

Gironimo!, by Tim Moore

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French Revolutions author Tim Moore takes on the route of the 1914 Giro on a bike made with wood and wine corks

The 1914 Giro d'Italia

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The 1914 Giro d'Italia was the toughest of them all, tougher than any edition before or since, tougher than any other Grand Tour. Of the 81 riders who started just 8 were left on their bikes at its...

Book Review: 100 Greatest Climbs of the Tour

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In the warmer months of 2013 Simon Warren visited France on several separate whirlwind trips with the goal of cycling 100 climbs that had all previously appeared in the Tour de France. The full...

Shadows on the Road, by Michael Barry

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Former Lance Armstrong and Bradley Wiggins team-mate Michael Barry talks about life in the professional peloton and cycling's undying culture of potions and pills.

Lanterne Rouge, by Max Leonard

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A history of the Tour de France from the perspective of the last man home, the lanterne rouge.

The Monuments, by Peter Cossins

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One book, five races, hundreds of stories: Peter Cossins tells the stories of the five races known today as the Monuments: Milan-Sanremo, the Ronde van Vlaanderen, Paris-Roubaix,...

27 Stages, by Kimberly Menozzi

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A cycling novel that tells a boy-meets-woman lycra-and-love story.

Cycle of Lies, by Juliet Macur

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Juliet Macur of the New York Times tells the story of the rise and fall of Lance Armstrong, the former seven-time Tour de France champion.

100 Tours, 100 Tales, by Suze Clemitson

A rich repository of Tour de France legend and lore, told with a personal twist.

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