- From mountain bikes to cycle computers, find 1000s of products in our bikes store.
Told instructionally, as a blueprint for strangeness, a how-to of memorable, these stories beguile comprehension. Charles Terront won a 1000km race on the velodrome. That's not even the strange part. Terront is said to have won the race by an inner tube, but not in the fashion you might guess.
The temptation is to recount bits of this book, but in doing so, I'd be doing nothing so much as spoiling the surprises and I could do nothing crueler in my recommendation of the volume than spoil the fun.
For those who climb into bed tired, this is the ideal bedside reading, not more than four of five pages to an anecdote. I defy you to drift off during the exploits too strange not to have happened. -- Redkiteprayer.com, April 1, 2010
I'm a great cycling fan and was tempted to buy this on my Kindle due to the low cost and some positive reviews. Read morePublished on 6 Dec. 2011 by Bookworm Bill
Oh lordy a collection of stories that only someone who lived in a cave and never went out would find fun. Read morePublished on 20 Sept. 2011 by lostinfrance