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101 Damnations
101 Damnations Ned Boulting
A funny and irreverent look behind the scenes at the 2014 Tour de France, which starts in Yorkshire, from the author of How I Won the Yellow Jumper.
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1966
1966 Bobby Charlton
Fifty years on, a legend remembers. Sir Bobby Charlton takes us on a personal journey back to the greatest moment of his life and the nation's greatest sporting achievement: winning the World Cup
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A Journey Through the Cycling Year
A Journey Through the Cycling Year
The first book from the team behind the phenomenally popular 'The Cycling Podcast'
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A Life Too Short
A Life Too Short Ronald Reng
The internationally bestselling biography of Robert Enke, the German goalkeeper who took his own life.
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Against The Wall
Against The Wall Simon Yates
'Elegiac, immensely readable, full of the real excitement of climbing' M. John Harrison, TLS
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All For A Few Perfect Waves
All For A Few Perfect Waves David Rensin
The first biography of legendary surf hero, Miki 'Da Cat' Dora - the greatest surf story never told
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Annapurna
Annapurna Maurice Herzog
One of the great works of mountaineering literature introduced by Joe Simpson.
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Back of the Net
Back of the Net Bill Edgar, Roddy Murray
Goooooooooooaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllllll! 100 of the greatest ever goals recreated in forensic detail.
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Bad Blood
Bad Blood Jeremy Whittle
Shortlisted for the 2008 William Hill Sports Book of the Year - an insider's story of ten years following the Tour de France, and of how a sport has been corrupted by commercialism, scandal and drugs. Now revised and updated.
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Bayern
Bayern Uli Hesse
The story of superclub Bayern Munich by the critically acclaimed author of Tor!
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Be Careful What You Wish For
Be Careful What You Wish For Simon Jordan
An explosive insight into the previously unseen world of football club ownership by one of the game's most-recognisable figures A finalist for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Shortlisted for the British Sports Book Award for best autobiography
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Bernard Hinault and the Fall and Rise of French Cycling
Bernard Hinault and the Fall and Rise of French Cycling William Fotheringham
The definitive biography of France’s greatest cyclist by the number one bestselling author of Merckx: Half Man, Half Bike
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Best of British
Best of British Jon Henderson
Britain gave sport to the world. Now it's time to take it back...
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Bike Nation
Bike Nation Peter Walker
A healthier nation. A safer nation. A human-friendly nation… Welcome to Bike Nation.
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Blood Horses
Blood Horses John Jeremiah Sullivan
From the critically acclaimed author of Pulphead comes a wise, humorous and often beautiful memoir exploring the relationship between man and horse and the relationship between sons and fathers
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Bobby Moore
Bobby Moore Matt Dickinson
The definitive biography of England's greatest footballer, and World Cup winning captain by one of the country's most-respected football writers.
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Born to Ride
Born to Ride Stephen Roche
The first full autobiography of Irish cycling legend Stephen Roche, who in 1987 defied all odds to win cycling's 'triple crown'
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Boulting's Velosaurus
Boulting's Velosaurus Ned Boulting
‘A must-have - yet completely fake - glossary of essential, though non-existent, cycling terms.’
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Bradley Wiggins: My Time
Bradley Wiggins: My Time Bradley Wiggins
A full-length, in-depth and intimate memoir by Bradley Wiggins charting his journey to become the first Briton ever to win the Tour de France and his country's most decorated Olympian. INCLUDES A BRAND NEW CHAPTER
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Breaking 80
Breaking 80 David Godwin
A witty and charming account of an amateur golfer's bid to reach golfing respectability
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Breaking The Chain Willy Voet
"A moving and spirited account of lying and cheating on behalf of some of the biggest names in cycling" Independent
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Cherry
Cherry Sara Wheeler
Apsley Cherry-Garrard (1886-1959) was one of the youngest members of Captain Scott's final expedition to the Antarctic. Cherry undertook an epic journey in the Antarctic winter to collect the eggs of the Emperor penguin. The temperature fell to seventy below, it was dark all the time, his teeth shattered in the cold and the tent blew away. 'But we kept our tempers,' Cherry wrote, 'even with God.'
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Cycling is My Life
Cycling is My Life Tommy Simpson
The autobiography of the greatest British cyclist written the year before he died tragically on the Tour de France - with an introduction by cyclist David Millar
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Cycling to the Ashes
Cycling to the Ashes Oli Broom
An epic roadtrip from London to Australia by bike - all for the love of cricket.
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