Chris Sidwells is a bestselling author, journalist, photographer and broadcaster; a writer of books, magazine and newspaper features on every aspect of cycling and fitness.
Very well produced and ibnteresting. My son (preparing for the Étape) thought it was excellent coverage.Published 3 months ago by I. G. Hill
I've just received this book as a Christmas present. It's a good coffee table book with lots of inspiring photos and a comprehensive coverage of tour climbs. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Martin Berry
I found the text informative but the maps poor. There may be an assumption that you are not using the book AS a map - this may be true but the squiggly routes bare insufficient... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mr. S. M. Collins
Fantastic book for everyone from the casual TV viewer, through to experienced cycle tourists.
The mountains are grouped by range, with the major climbs in each range getting 2... Read more
This is a bit of an odd book - its size and presentation, including a lot of excellent colour pictures of alpine and pyrennean scenery, screams coffee table book - yet its style is... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Richard Newbold
The problem with this book is that the publisher missed an opportunity by wasting lots of space, useless maps and poor indexing. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mr. Peter Crosland
smashing book, full of information, top tips for racers and lots of fantastic photos, have it handy when you watch the tourPublished 16 months ago by andrew pink
Bought this as a gift for my dad who loves all things cycling- this is perfect. It gives a blow by blow account of all of the mountain stages in the Tour de France and has enough... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Helen
I bought this book for my husband for Christmas, only to find on Christmas day that he already had the book but with a completely different cover or jacket. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Perceus