Congratulation to Charly Wegelius, whose book Domestique: The True Life Ups and Downs of a Tour Pro won SweetSpot’s 2013 Cycling Book of the Year award. Wegelius’s memoirs of life in the peloton got 22% of the public vote, edging out It’s All About The Bike, by Sean Yates, and Ned Boulting’s On The Road Bike: The Search for a Nation’s Cycling Soul for the top prize.


Click here to read Inner Ring’s review of Domestique from July 2013.

And here is an excerpt from the book, courtesy of CyclingNews.

Published by Ebury Press, it is available at all good bookshops in hardback (£16.99rrp). Pre-orders are being taken for paperback edition (publ 1 May 2014). eBook is downloadable now.

2 thoughts on “Domestique award

  1. Such a quality rider who seemed to eschew personal glory to work for the team. Was the best GC rider Britain had in that long period between Robert Millar and Bradley Wiggins – 29th in the Giro is not to be sniffed at.

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