Twenty-something cycling icons, all of them women, each of them with a story as inspirational as you’ll find anywhere else in bike racing’s long history
The story of women’s bike racing in north America in the 1890s, with a focus on the Swedish émigré Tillie Anderson
A biography of Canadian cyclist Louise Armaindo that also paints a picture of the era she raced in and the women she raced against
What happens when a cyclist loses the use of their legs?
A photo novel evoking the life of Alfonsina Strada, the only woman to start the Giro d'Italia.
It's Café competition time!
The inspiring story of a girl from Otley who skipped a maths lesson and won a world championships