on 31 December 2013
Cycling magazines can be addictive for two-wheeled enthusiasts who spend too much time on trains. But the glossies have a habit of reheating old features or concentrating too much on reviews of their advertisers' products.
The Cycling Anthology series is the perfect antidote. Writers are given free rein to push beyond easy cliches or formulaic sports reportage. The essays give you fresh perspectives on pro cycling racing and reveal new layers of intrigue to a sport now adjusting to big-time exposure in the UK.
And the publishers are independent, too. Well worth supporting, Chapeau!