Really interesting and easy to read. Takes a look at cycling from the angle of most of us mere mortals and not from an expert's (sorry, Ned) point of view. Some great anecdotes especially from some of the older contributors
It makes you wonder just what the UCI and other governing bodies were actually doing for all those years. David Walsh deserves enormous praise for sticking to his belief about the guilt of Armstrong when the myth of his success seemed to be one of the great comeback (after cancer) stories ever.
Read Paul Kimmage many years ago. At the time I felt it was just someone writing a book to make some money following a not too successful cycling career. Read Armstrong Not About the Bike thought - what a hero, he's the guy. Now having read Hamilton I can see that Kimmage is the hero and Armstrong the loser. Well done Tyler for telling the world how it was. Let's hope they kick McQuaid out and cycling starts to get it's act together.