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A winer just like Mark Cavendish
on 30 November 2013
If youve read his previous book Boy Racer, youll know what to expect, truth and honesty from a great cyclist and nice person, some would say challengening, its an honest appraisal of the world of cycling the riders and management.
One thing comes over in the books is that he likes people, and always thanks them, something missing in a lot of people nowadays, he has an easy to read writing skill and makes even the most boring of subjects come alive some how,not that cycling is boring, the problem with this book is its so engrossing and actually stops you going out on the bike for a ride , you think ill just read that page then another pops up and you read that,and before long its the book.
Even for non cyclists its a good read as it covers personalities, and travel along with other things that happen in life like relationships with workmates.
If you do buy this book buy a spare as youre sure to have people wanting to borrow the book.