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- Andrews UK 2011; US$ 11.49
Now is the time for all you cycling fans to discover whether you will be awarded a Yellow Jersey and be crowned winner of Le Tour for your efforts in facing the awesome challenge of answering the 1,250 graded questions in this quiz book, or whether you will be pedalling backwards all the way. Test your knowledge of riders, nationalities, courses, teams,... more...
- Simon Pulse 2010; Not Available
BACK ON THE BIKE LANCE ARMSTRONG is the premier cyclist in sports history. But the road to victory has not been smooth, which makes his story all the more compelling. In 1991 he was the National Amateur Cycling Champion, and a professional career seemed guaranteed. But a grim diagnosis of cancer in 1996 threatened to cut the career -- and his life... more...
- Wiley 2011; US$ 26.95
Discover the joys and benefitsof riding a bike Whether you're looking to join the Lycra brigade, tear down mountain bike trails or simply teach yourself — or your child — how to ride, this practical guide covers all your needs, from choosing the right bike and accessories to hitting the road and trails. Improve your health and fitness,... more...
- Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2008; US$ 10.99
I had thought for some time that there must be something funny about Germany because, except for hard-drinking types at the Munich beer festival, I had never heard of anybody going there for a holiday. This was, in my view, the first of two advantages. There are travellers who, when abroad, are delighted to see a fellow countryman. Not I. There... more...
- Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2007; US$ 10.99
It had been so amazingly hot that I felt myself about to dissolve into a kind of crème brûlée on the road, so I bought some super-power Number 8 suncream. This had the word Bronzante on it, and must have contained some dye or other chemical because my knees stayed brown until February.Fed up with questions about what he was... more...
- Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2011; US$ 11.99
Fired by a long enthusiasm for all things Greek, Edward Enfield mounts his trusty Raleigh to follow in the footsteps of such notable travellers to Greece as Benjamin Disraeli, Edward Lear and the Romantic poet Lord Byron.Fortified by delicious fish dinners and quantities of draught retsina, he tackles the formidable roads of the Peloponnese before... more...
- John Blake 2012; US$ 17.99
Ken Doherty is one of the most talented and successful snooker players ever to have picked up a cue, and the only player ever to win the Under 21, Amateur, and World Snooker Championships. In this honest and emotional autobiography, Ken tells how he went from the World Snooker final at the Crucible to qualifying tables of Prestatyn and back again,... more...
- University of Iowa Press 1999; US$ 22.00
RAGBRAI: Everyone Pronounces It Wrong is a celebration, a memoir, an entertainment. The book deals with the first 25 years of the famous bike ride. It describes the genesis of an event that has drawn hundreds of thousands of people to Iowa from all over the world and attempts to explain the ride's continued charm and appeal. RAGBRAI is different... more...
- Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2012; US$ 11.99
A motorcycle the size of Rozs Betty Boop would have been beyond the dreams of the craziest pack leader at the Ace Café on Londons North Circular Road in the monochrome days of rockers, Nortons, Bonnevilles and Marianne Faithfull, when good was middle class, bad misunderstood and the motorcycle offered... more...