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To Hell on a Bike
To Hell on a Bike Iain MacGregor
Paris-Roubaix, the toughest race in cycling, and one amateur's attempt to survive 'The Hell of the North'.
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Higher Calling
Higher Calling Max Leonard
What is it about mountains that cyclists love? Max Leonard uncovers the allure of the peaks – the pain, the glory, the sweat and the tears.
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Hello, Bicycle
Hello, Bicycle Anna Brones
An inspirational and encouraging illustrated guide to the world of bicycles and cycling, with practical information on bike buying, riding, repairs, and maintenance.
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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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Draft Animals
Draft Animals Phil Gaimon
From the author of the cult favourite Pro Cycling on $10 a Day and Ask a Pro, the story of one man’s quest to realize his childhood dream, and what happened when he actually did it.
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A Bike Ride
A Bike Ride Anne Mustoe
AN EX-HEADMISTRESS, A BIKE, AND 12,000 MILES
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Cyclebabble
Cyclebabble James Randerson, Peter Walker
The very best of the Guardian's popular bike blog
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Land of Second Chances
Land of Second Chances Tim Lewis
** Winner of the British Sports Book Awards 2014 New Writer of the Year ** The astonishing true story of the Rwandan Cycling Team
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French Revolutions
French Revolutions Tim Moore
Seduced by the speed and glamour of the biggest annual sporting event in the world, and determined to tackle the most fearsome physical challenge outside classical mythology, Moore, the ultimate amateur, attempts to complete all 3,630km of the 2000 Tour in the weeks before the professionals set off.
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Olympic Gangster
Olympic Gangster Matt Rendell
The remarkable biography of a 1948 Olympic cycling champion who became a swashbuckling fortune-hunter in Columbia
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