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Lanterne Rouge, by Max Leonard

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

Interview: Tim Lewis

Land of Second Chances author talks about his book, Rwandan cycling and the search for a world-class black African cyclist.

Land of Second Chances, by Tim Lewis

The fact that Lewis isn't able to wrap up his story with the ribbon of a pat ending makes for a wonderfully shabby story that's set in the borderlands between success and failure, a story that has all the rough edges of reality.

My Time, by Bradley Wiggins

Title: My TimeAuthor: Bradley Wiggins (with William Fotheringham, foreword by Robert Millar)Publisher: Yellow Jersey PressYear: 2012Pages: 308Order: Random HouseWhat it is: Volume three of the...

Rough Ride, by Paul Kimmage

David Walsh says it's the most important cycling book ever written. Pat McQuaid hates it. Hein Verbruggen has never read it. William Fotheringham has dubbed it Gone With the Whinge. Graeme Fife has...

WIN Richard Moore's Slaying The Badger!!!

Win a copy of Richard Moore's Slaying The Badger by predicting the first rider to summit Alpe d'Huez.

WIN Your Own Yellow Jumper!!!

ITV cycling pundit Ned Boulting's How I Won The Yellow Jumper up for grabs

Interview: Ned Boulting

ITV cycling pundit and How I Won The Yellow Jumper author Ned Boulting talks about the Tour de France and offers a clue as to where the race might end up when the British broadcaster's current...

How I Won The Yellow Jumper, by Ned Boulting

Title: How I Won The Yellow Jumper - Dispatches From the Tour de FranceAuthor: Ned BoultingPublisher: Yellow Jersey PressPages: 316Year: 2011Order: Random HouseWhat it is: A behind the scenes look...

Interview: Richard Moore

Slaying The Badger author Richard Moore talks to Podium Cafe about Greg LeMond, Bernard Hinault and the 1986 Tour de France, the greatest Tour ever.

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