Brilliant and insightful book, though the updates could be a little more thorough
Yet another book about the Tour de France, from yet another new angle
One of the most dominant cyclists of all time gets the biography she deserves
An anonymous insight into a side of professional cycling that we rarely witness
Most of the information from the definitive Rapha guides to the Alps in a more condensed, economical format
Standard biography and justification of reformed doper – but also the best insight yet into the challenges of running a team
A joyful dose of inspiration that every cyclist, from rookie to randonneur, can take something valuable from
Effectively a paperback version of Vélo, which should help this classic book reach a new audience
Same format, different country: business as usual for the series that could continue for ever...
A cycling travelogue like no other...
It's another book about Pantani that explains why there is still demand for books about Pantani
A quirky farrago that many cyclists will be pleased to discover
A comprehensive and thorough book – but ideally needs to come with a free personal trainer...
The highs and lows of a unique brand and the business behind it, told from an informed perspective
Following the most impressive attempt yet on the round-the-world record, Mark Beaumont has produced a book to match
A great insight into the life of a Tour de France winner, in G's inimitable style
Painstakingly researched and beautifully presented guide to riding in the West
Impressive attempt to give the sport a definitive reference book for the year
A great follow up to The Grand Tour Cookbook, with plenty of sound advice and recipes to get stuck into
To misquote Paul Smith's endorsement, ‘if, like me, you are a fan of Bradley Wiggins, you must have this book’