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Classic Cycling Race Routes by Chris Sidwells

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Title: Classic Cycling Race Route: The Toughest 52 European ChallengesAuthors: Chris SidwellsPublisher: AA PublishingYear: 2013Pages: 224Order: AmazonWhat it is: A Collection of challenging...

The Long Race To Glory, by Chris Sidwells

Title: The Long Race to Glory: How the British Came to Rule the Cycling WorldAuthor: Chris SidwellsPublisher: Andre DeutscheYear: 2013Pages: 298Order: Carlton BooksWhat it is: The Great British...

Golden Stages, edited by Allchin & Bell

A collection of twenty-odd stories about the Tour, each hung on the hook of a single stage but each telling a wider story.

Le Tour 100, by Peter Cossins et al

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A Tour de France miscellany for cycling fans new and old.

A Peiper's Tale, by Allan Peiper

A key member of the eighties Foreign Legion, Allan Peiper's autobiography offers fascinating insight into life as a domestique, and the early days of Peiper's career as a DS with Lotto. Title:...

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A Race For Madmen, by Chris Sidwells

If you’ve already read one of the many other histories of the Tour de France why should you also read this latest offering on the race’s history from Chris Sidwells? Or, if you’ve yet to dip your...

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