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The History of British Cycle Racing

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With interviews with many of the great names in British cycle racing and superb action photography, a rich history of Britain's illustrious place in the world's major cycling events. From Reg Harris, a track superstar and household name in the 1940s, and Tom Simpson, whose exploits in the 1967 Tour de France cost him his life, to Chris Boardman, 1992 Olympic track champion, and Mark Cavendish, who is third all-time in Tour de France stage victories. Examining all the cycling disciplines, including mountain biking and BMX, where British cyclists such as Steve Peat and Shanaze Reade have been world champions. Featuring exclusive interviews with cycling legends, including Sir Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish, Chris Froome, Chris Boardman, Sarah Storey, Sir David Brailsford, and Barry Hoban, plus many more.

Paperback, 314 pages, 3 black and white and 12 colour photos as a central plate section.
19.7 x 12.7cm.
£10.99
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