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Edward Pickering
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Edward Pickering

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Edward Pickering is a writer and journalist who is editor of Procycling magazine. He was previously deputy editor of Cycle Sport, and has been a regular contributor to Cycling Weekly, Rouleur and The Cycling Anthology. He has also written for the New York Times and Loaded.

Edward was shortlisted for Best New Writer at the British Sports Book Awards for his last book, The Race Against Time, about the rivalry between Chris Boardman and Graeme Obree, and he was also the co-author of Robbie McEwen’s autobiography, One Way Road.Edward is a keen fair-weather cyclist, whose mid-life crisis is manifesting itself in an ongoing project to run a sub-three hour marathon. He also loves to indulge his other passion, taiko drumming.

Books by Edward Pickering

The Yellow Jersey Club

A fascinating exploration into the psychology and physiology of Tour de France champions by one of cycling's most perceptive writers.

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The Race Against Time

The fascinating and revelatory story of an epic sporting rivalry and the start of a revolution in British cycling

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