I know Panache and Miss Kitty are working away on their Christmas lists, but sometimes you just can’t wait that long! P is for Peloton: The A-Z of Cycling is a case in point. Lovingly crafted by journalist Suze Clemitson and beautifully illustrated by Mark Fairhurst, this is a “must have” reference book for fans (and would-be fans) of the sport.
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Ride the Revolution: Inside Stories from Women in Cycling
Ride the Revolution has it all: riders (including World Champions), photographers, soigneurs, commentators, team chefs and pioneers in the sport of cycling. And they all happen to be women. Continue reading
Book review: At Speed – Mark Cavendish
Among his detractors and even within the peloton it has become popular to think of Mark Cavendish as an angry, emotional hothead who speaks before he thinks. And while that is undeniably one aspect of his character, the truth is rather more complex. Here is a genuine racer with an appreciation for both the art and science of sprinting, one who does logic puzzles and sudoku to keep his mind and not just his legs sharp, and who can be as thoughtful as he is opinionated. At Speed reveals every facet of the man known simply as ‘Cav’.