Biography of the young British professional cyclist, covering his upbringing in Africa to the present day.
The mysterious circumstances surrounding the Tour de France winner’s death in 2004 are explored, as well as celebrating his achievements.
Eccentric tales of the Tour de France competitors that finished last in place.
Autobiography about Michael Barry’s 14 year career and testifying against Lance Armstrong.
Cossins explores Alpe d’Huez, the iconic climb of the Tour de France.
Journalist David Walsh tells his story of uncovering Lance Armstrong’s doping against the odds.
Autobiography charting Millar’s promising career and peer pressure into doping.
On the road bike: The search for a nation’s cycling soul, or, sniffing the yak-skin shoe, or, the great eccentrics of British cycling by Ned Boulting
Boulting delves into the personalities and culture of British professional cycling, including Bradley Wiggins, Chris Boardman and David Millar.
Tim Moore cycles the Giro d’Italia route on a reconstruction wooden bike.
100 greatest cycling climbs of the Tour de France: A road cyclist’s guide to the mountains of the tour by Simon Warren
Guide to the mountainous cycling routes, featuring photos and maps.
Travel writer Tim Moore tackles cycling the Tour de France route just before the official competition starts.