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Roller & In-Line Skating

  • The Hardmenby Frank Strack; The Velominati; David Millar

    Profile Books 2017; US$ 13.31

    It's time we all stopped whining and learned a thing or two from The Toughest Cyclists Ever. Including: Stephen Roche , whose cure for exhaustion was to go up a gear and fight harder, all the way to the ambulance. Eddy Merckx , who hurt himself so badly in breaking the Hour record that, he estimated, he shortened his career by a year. Beryl Burton... more...

  • The Cycling Cartoonistby Dave Walker

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2017; US$ 10.99

    A delightful celebration of cycling from renowned cartoonist and multiple-bike owner Dave Walker. With over 100 full-page cartoons that give an affectionate take on cycling in all its different forms, featuring cartoons about road cycling, mountain biking and bike ownership, via sportives and commuting - celebrating the simple pleasure of getting from... more...

  • Anquetil, Aloneby Paul Fournel; Nick Caistor

    Profile Books 2017; US$ 17.31

    Jacques Anquetil was arrogant and iconoclastic, with a relaxed attitude to rules - including those about drugs - and morals. His womanising appalled conservative French society, even as his five Tour de France wins enthralled it. But Paul Fournel always preferred him to his great rival, working-class hero Raymond Poulidor, and followed Anquetil's... more...

  • Indurainby Alasdair Fotheringham

    Ebury Publishing 2017; US$ 21.14

    Miguel Indurain is Spain?s greatest cyclist of all time and one of the best Tour racers in history. He is the only bike rider to have won five successive Tours de France, as well as holding the title for the youngest ever race leader in the Tour of Spain. This is his story. As the all-conquering hero of the 90s, Indurain steadfastly refused to be... more...

  • Higher Callingby Max Leonard

    Random House 2017; US$ 23.96

    Why do road cyclists go to the mountains? After all, cycling up a mountain is hard ? so hard that, to many non-cyclists, it can seem absurd. But, for some, climbing a mountain gracefully (and beating your competitors up the slope) represents the pinnacle of cycling achievement. The mountains are where legends are forged and cycling?s greats make... more...

  • Spain to Norway on a Bike Called Reggieby Andrew P. Sykes

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd 2017; US$ 6.49

    Exchanging his job as a teacher for an expedition on Reggie the bike, Andrew P Sykes sets off on his most daring trip yet: a journey from Tarifa to Nordkapp ? from Europe?s geographical south to its northernmost point. Taking on nearly 8000 km of Europe, the duo prove that no matter where you?re headed, life on two wheels is full of surprises. more...

  • The Man and His Bikeby Wilfried de Jong

    Ebury Publishing 2017; US$ 21.14 US$ 17.99

    ?The helicopter is hanging above our heads. A woman with a child waves up to the family watching at home. Motorcycles tear past, sirens wailing. And here they come, the riders. Like a vast chameleon the peloton continually changes shape and colour. Four hundred tyres sing to us. Music for a Sunday afternoon. Here they come. Here they are. There... more...

  • Corsa Rosaby Brendan Gallagher

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2017; US$ 12.99

    The Giro d'Italia is the cooler, tougher brother of the Tour de France. First staged in 1909, and only pausing for two World Wars, its hundredth edition takes place in 2017. Inspired by L'Auto 's improved circulation figures after establishing France's Grand Tour, the Gazzetta dello Sport saw an opportunity to outdo its rival paper, the Corriere... more...

  • Pedal Powerby Anna Hughes

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd 2017; US$ 5.99

    This book collects inspirational stories from riders around the world, both ordinary and extraordinary, from the cyclist who conquered Mont Ventoux on a Boris bike, to the trials rider who hops from building to building, to classic tales of Grand Tour rivalries and legendary cycling records of days gone by. more...

  • Giro d'Italiaby Colin O'Brien

    Profile Books 2017; US$ 13.31

    Born of tumult in 1909, the Giro d'Italia helped unite a nation. Since then it has reflected it too; the race's capricious and unpredictable nature matching the passions and extremes of Italy itself. A desperately hard race through a beautiful country, the Giro has bred characters and stories that dramatise the shifting culture and society of its... more...