Prendas are delighted
to once again be an official outlet for the Cycling Anthology, the sixth volume which is back to having the delightful covers by Simon Scarsbrook
Volume 6 (ISBN: 978-0993289910) is once again a paperback book (174mm x110mm) still available under ten pounds - representing outstanding value for such high-quality writing.
Table of Contents
- Telling It Like It Is by Ned Boulting (@nedboulting)
Ned writes about making his debut in the ITV commentary box during the Tour de Yorkshire
- And Then There Were Two by Andy McGrath (@Andymcgra)
Andy tells the story of the underdogs Mutelle de Seine-et-Marne team, who were awarded a wild card to the 1997 Tour de France and found they were minnows swimming against the tide
- Dear Lance by Robert Millar
A series of letters between a fictional fan and his hero...
- Hemingway and Cycling by Brendan Gallagher (@gallagherbren)
What was it that fascinated the great writer about professional road racing?
- The Knight and the Cobbles by William Fotheringham (@willfoth)
The story of Bradley Wiggins' final one-day race for Sky, the 2015 Paris-Roubaix
- Dutch Mountain by Peter Cossins (@petercossins)
Examining the special relationship between a lowland country and an Alpine climb
- Captain Alex by Felix Lowe (@saddleblaze)
The discovery of a programme for the 1957 Tour de France sent Felix on a journey to find out who had autographed it. The search revealed to him the story of one of the great voices of the Tour
- Lapin by Ellis Bacon (@ellisbacon)
The fictional tale of a rider codenamed Lapin, a fixer on two wheels
- Beside the Yellow Jersey by Kathy LeMond (@kathylemond)
The incredible, previously untold story of the build up to the 1989 Tour de France, told by Greg LeMond's wife, Kathy
- Ravitaillement by Lionel Birnie (@lionelbirnie)
The peloton pedals on its stomach...
- The Great Race's Great Book by Samuel Abt
Sam's homage to The Great Bike Race, one of the finest books about cycling by Geoffrey Nicholson