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The 13 best books about cycling

The 13 best books about cycling

Anyone who has popped in to puruse the cycling section in Waterstones over the last decade will have seen it grow from an armful of…

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Anyone who has popped in to puruse the cycling section in Waterstones over the last decade will have seen it grow from an armful of books to almost its own nook.

As such, we have selected some of the best cycling books around for you to peruse over a transitional Grand Tour stage or a rainy weekend.

This literary expansion means there is something for everyone, from ghost-written biographies, rigorously researched histories of passed riders, cookbooks, how-to books, photobooks, training guides, and memoirs.

It goes arm-in-arm (or insert bike-related metaphor here) with our article on the best cycling books by women , drawing inspirations from books such as 1001 Cycling Tips and Revolutions included on there.

We’ve provided links to retailers, but you could also contact your local independent bookshop which should be able to order any in for you. The 13 best books about cycling

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> > > The Death of Marco Pantani , Matt Rendell Revolutions: How Women Changed the World on Two Wheels , Hannah Ross Put Me Back on My Bike , William Fotheringham Full Tilt: Ireland to India with a Bicycle , Dervla Murphy 1001 Cycling Tips , Hannah Reynolds The Rider , Tim Krabbé God is Dead , Andy McGrath The Race Against the Stasi , Herbie Sykes Wide-Eyed and Legless , Jeff Connor The Secret Race , Daniel Coyle and Tyler Hamilton The Descent , Thomas Dekker Racing Through the Dark , David Millar French Revolutons , Tim Moore 1. The Death of Marco […]

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