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

    HarperCollins Publishers 2011; US$ 10.76

    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...

  • Racing Hardby William Fotheringham

    Guardian Faber Publishing 2013; US$ 11.65

    Few British schoolchildren of the seventies can have been as obsessed with the Tour de France as William Fotheringham, who smuggled copies of Miroir du Cyclisme into lessons to read inside his books. He saw the Tour for the first time in 1984, avidly following that year's race on television in the Normandy village where he lived. Since joining... more...

  • Radfahren im Dreiländereck - Band 2by Klaus Voß; Bruno Bousack

    Meyer & Meyer 2012; US$ 6.67

    Der Autor, seit vielen Jahren passionierter Radtourist, beschreibt 16 unterschiedliche, interessante Routen durch die landschaftlich schönen Gebiete in der direkten belgischen und niederländischen Nachbarschaft Aachens. Sie sind gedacht für alle diejenigen, die das Rad nicht eigentlich als Sportgerät nutzen wollen, sondern mit offenen Sinnen die Freude... more...

  • Radfahren in der Euregioby Bruno Bousack; Klaus Voß

    Meyer & Meyer 2011; US$ 9.53

    Hier werden 16 abwechslungsreiche und gefällige Radausflüge vorgestellt für diejenigen, die gerne mit offenen Augen und wachen Sinnen die Landschaft am Wege entdecken und genießen möchten. Ihre Startpunkte sind zum Teil mit einer vergleichsweise kurzen Autoanfahrt oder ohne Auto auch mit der Euregiobahn bzw. der Deutschen Bahn erreichbar. Die Touren... more...

  • Radfahren in der StädteRegion Aachenby Ralf Oswald

    Meyer & Meyer 2012; US$ 10.80

    Auf 80 x 40 km hält die StädteRegion Aachen eine Fülle unterschiedlichster Landschaftserlebnisse, kultureller und historischer Sehenswürdigkeiten bereit. Radfahren bietet die optimale Geschwindigkeit, all das zu entdecken: langsam genug, um die Besonderheiten am Wegesrand nicht zu übersehen, und doch so zügig, dass man bereits in wenigen Stunden über... more...

  • Ride the Revolutionby Suze Clemitson

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2015; US$ 18.99

    When Marie Marvingt decided to ride the 1908 Tour de France she was told 'absolument, non!' by M. Degranges and the Societe du Tour de France . Instead she rode each stage 15 minutes after the official race had departed and finished all 4,488 kms of the parcours - a feat that only 36 of the 110 men who entered the race could equal. Her motto? "I... more...

  • Ride! Ride! Ride!by Mark Wellings; Matt Wilkinson

    Icon Books Ltd 2016; US$ 18.94

    The unmissable history of a south London velodrome and track cycling?s British history more...

  • Riding Outside The Linesby Joe Kurmaskie

    Crown/Archetype 2007; US$ 13.99

    Like a modern-day Don Quixote, Joe Kurmaskie?bike adventurer, writer, and twelve-year-old boy trapped in a man?s body?wanders the world on two wheels, often with hilarious results, in Riding Outside the Lines . A jaunt through such far-flung locations as Ireland, Australia, Mexico, South America, and beyond, here is a collection of tales woven together... more...

  • A Rough Rideby Paul Kimmage

    Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 11.18

    In A Rough Ride , Paul Kimmage gives a devastatingly frank account of what life is really like in the world of professional cycling. In tracing his mixed fortunes, Kimmage describes not only the grueling pressures of the sport but also the seamier side: the widespread use of drugs to enhance performance. A Rough Ride breaks the law of silence to... more...

  • The Self-Propelled Voyagerby Duncan R. Jamieson

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2015; US$ 79.99

    This book recounts how cycling opened the world for not only those who rode but also for the armchair travelers who read with interest the cyclists? accounts of faraway places. This book chronicles the journeys of the men and women who used the cycle to explore the world, showcasing the rise and fall of cycling interest. more...