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  • Field of Fireby Jeff Connor

    Mainstream Publishing 2012; US$ 17.31

    In 1987, a British-based team competed in the Tour de France for the first time in almost two decades. The ANC-Halfords squad were decimated by the punishing pace, the manager walked out during one of the Alpine stages, five of the nine riders and some of the staff never made it to Paris, and most of the personnel went unpaid. ANC were the definitive... more...

  • Lanterne Rougeby Max Leonard

    Random House 2014; US$ 24.50

    lanterne rouge: French / noun 1. The red lantern that hangs on the rear of a train 2. The competitor who finishes last in the Tour de France If you complete a bike race of over 3,000 kilometres, overcoming mountain ranges and merciless weather conditions while enduring physical and psychological... more...

  • A Race for Madmen: A History of the Tour de Franceby Chris Sidwells

    HarperCollins Publishers 2011; Not Available

    No sporting event has had its past and present, its highs and lows so intricately entwined with those of a country like the Tour has with France. more...

  • Fasterby Michael Hutchinson

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2014; US$ 14.99

    For professional cyclists, going faster and winning are, of course, closely related. Yet surprisingly, for many, a desire to go faster is much more important than a desire to win. Someone who wants to go faster will work at the details and take small steps rather than focusing on winning. Winning just happens when you do everything right – it's the... more...

  • The Monumentsby Peter Cossins

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2014; US$ 14.99

    The Tour de France may provide the most obvious fame and glory, but it is cycling's one-day tests that the professional riders really prize. Toughest, longest and dirtiest of all are the so-called ‘Monuments', the five legendary races that are the sport's equivalent of golf's majors or the grand slams in tennis. Milan–Sanremo, the Tour of Flanders,... more...

  • Etape: The untold stories of the Tour de France?s defining stagesby Richard Moore

    HarperCollins Publishers 2014; Not Available

    In ETAPE, critically acclaimed author Richard Moore will take readers on a virtual Tour de France, with each chapter focusing on a single rider in a single stage that came to define the Tour?s history. more...

  • The Loyal Lieutenant: Leading out Lance and pushing through the pain on the rocky road to Parisby George Hincapie; Craig Hummer; Lance Armstrong

    HarperCollins Publishers 2014; Not Available

    The stunningly candid autobiography of one of cycling?s great names and the man who rode alongside Lance Armstrong for each of his now infamous seven Tour victories more...

  • Between the Lines: My Autobiographyby Victoria Pendleton

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; Not Available

    The Golden Girl of British cycling opens up, for the first time, in searingly honest detail about what drives her to compete in a sport she no longer loves. Written with Donald McRae, 2 time winner of the William Hill Award, ?Between the Lines? is THE Olympic autobiography. more...

  • On the Road Bikeby Ned Boulting

    Random House 2013; US$ 12.97

    'British cyclist. It used to be an oxymoron, a sort of silliness. Like French Cricket' Ned Boulting has noticed something. It's to do with bikes. They're everywhere. And so are their riders. Some of these riders seem to be sporting sideburns and a few of them are winning things. Big things. Now Ned wants to know how on earth it came to... more...

  • Great British Cyclingby Ellis Bacon

    Transworld 2014; US$ 28.86

    In 1868, the first ever documented bicycle race was held in a Paris park, and to the locals' chagrin, was won by a Briton. Yet while cycling culture became ingrained in continental European culture, riders this side of the Channel were engaged in constant battles with the authorities to pursue their sport - road racing was in fact banned as early... more...