100 Greatest Cycling Climbs: A Road Cyclist's Guide to Britain's Hills
Road cycling book recommendation if you please
wide eyed and legless
slaying the badger
In search of Robert Millar
We were young and carefree - this is a decent honest autobiog better than the big unit shifters
didn't like french revolutions and hoy's biog was a bit functional, Merckx's biog by fotheringham was ok but dry
Pah...road cycling books are boring. I mean come on...
Yeah, thats right, I said it.
You'll have him shaving his legs by new year.
Be Brave, Be Strong: A Journey Across the Great Divide
by Jill Homer
That's a good read.
Thunder & sunshine & Moods of future joy
By Alastair Humphreys
Sean Yates new book is good.
Tyler Hamilton's also.
Just reading 'race against time' about Boardman and Obree's rivalry....very good too.
Seven Deadly Sins by David Walsh is about finally toppling Lance Armstrong, decent read.
avoid anything written by anyone who has taken, may have taken or knows some who had, might and just possibly thought about drugs. they are all the same and totally negative, even Millars. Try Maglia Rosa by Herbie Sykes, about the Giro or The Eagle of the Canavese or Unsurpaseed . that's about Tommy Godwin who if hundreds of thousands of miles in a year.
Half Man Half Bike
Slaying the Badger
We Were Young And Carefree
100 Greatest Tour Stages
Cycling Anthology any of the three of them
David Millar's biog
Will Fotheringham's Merckx
Would like to read Tylers book, but point blank refuse to buy a copy on principle. Same goes for that cheating little runt Millar.
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