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The Cycling Anthology Paperback Book; Volume 6

Volume six is now IN STOCK!

The sixth volume of the Cycling Anthology book is another stunning collection of stories/essays by some of the world`s best cycling journalists all in a handy paperback format!

Contributors include: Samuel Abt, Ellis Bacon, Lionel Birnie, Ned Boulting, Peter Cossins, William Fotheringham, Brendan Gallagher, Kathy LeMond, Felix Lowe, Andy McGrath, Robert Millar

The cycling anthology is an essential, nay compulsory feature of the cycling season! Brian Palmer - TWMP


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

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