324 books (17 pages) in this category
Captain Century’s Bianchi Bicycle Diaries
by Mark Pritchard
<p>** Shares long-distance cycling adventures in this highly entertaining and personal story.**</p> <p>**Blends the love of cycling with engaging accounts of people and places encountered. **</p> <p>**Explains the history and growth of the ...eBook
by Thayer George B.
<p>"Pedal and Path - Across the Continent A Wheel and A Foot" is a fascinating and entertaining account of the author's seven-month trip across America. From the highlands of the Hudson river to the sprawling suburbs of Denver, the ...eBook
Business Lessons from Formula 1 Motor Racing
by Richard West, Mark Jenkins & Ken Pasternak
<p>Can you imagine your organisation as a Ferrari or a McLaren, a Toyota or a Force India? Your management team as a pit crew? Your sales force as the race team and your marketing and research department as the design studio creating a Formula 1eBook
by Clyde Henry
<p>First published in 1895, this vintage guide to cycling presents a wealth of interesting information about the sport from a time when it experienced an explosion of popularity. With chapters on buying, appropriate attire, and health benefits, ...eBook
The Original Muscle Car
by Darwin Holmstrom
The car that launched the muscle car era and gave the Baby Boomers highspeed wings; this is the most uptodate GTO history in the current book market. ...
The Story of Australian Cycling
by Rupert Guinness
<p><p>Bicycles changed our lives! They meant a new and faster way to get around, in both the country and the city, and gave rise to ways of exploring, socialising and competing.</p><p>In the nineteenth century bicycles gave us ‘overlanders’, ...
The incredible story of the world's greatest road race - the 1968 London to Sydney Marathon
by John Smailes
The rollicking adventure of the world's greatest car race - the 1968 London to Sydney Marathon. ...
The Illustrated Story of Road Cycling
by Higgins Nick
Inside the Intoxicating World of Cyclocross
by Paul Maunder
<p>Cyclocross is no longer cycling's hidden gem. Its rapid growth in the USA and UK means this intense and dramatic sport is exploding into the mainstream. With a season running from September to February, cyclocross is cycling's only purely ...eBook
by Paul Maunder
by Michael Hutchinson
Somewhere in a German forest 200 years ago, during the darkest, wettest summer for centuries, the story of cycling began. The calls to ban it were more or less immediate.<br><i>Re-Cyclists</i> is the tale of the following two centuries. It tells
Bike Racing from Inside the Peloton
by Jamie Smith
The Tour de France is so difficult to win that for a century it has been tradition for the champion to share the winnings with his teammates. This acknowledgment of the value of team strategy and tactics is commonplace at the top level of ...
From source to sea through Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands
by Mike Wells
<p>This comprehensive guidebook to EuroVelo route 15 offers a detailed stage-by-stage description of the 1370km route along the Rhine, one of Europes great rivers, passing through six countries on its way from Switzerland to the North Sea. The ...
by RICHARD MITCHELSON
Essential Conditioning for Cyclists
by Jo McRae
<p>Taking their lead from professional cyclists, keen cyclists are looking to add off-the-bike exercise to their weekly training to improve their cycling performance. Informative and accessible, this book gives a comprehensive overview of ...eBook
The Inside Stories from Women in Cycling
by Suze Clemitson
<p>When Marie Marvingt decided to ride the 1908 Tour de France she was told 'absolument, non!' by M. Degranges and the <em>Societe du Tour de France</em>. Instead she rode each stage 15 minutes after the official race had departed and finished ...eBook
Herne Hill Velodrome and the Story of British Track Cycling
by Mark Wellings
<p>**The early 21st century has been a golden age for British track cycling, with world championship glory for the likes of Chris Hoy, Bradley Wiggins and Victoria Pendleton, and Olympic medals galore. **</p> <p>Tracing the origins of this ...eBook
by Ray Hamilton
<p>A book for bike lovers.</p> <p>Whether for transport, leisure or sporting endeavour, cycling supports and inspires millions across the globe. This fact-filled miscellany looks at biking from its origins through to its remarkable scope and ...eBook
Shadow Cycling the Tour de France
by Paul Howard
<p>The Tour de France is a world-renowned, almost mythical sporting competition. Since 1903, participants have battled not just with each other but also with the terrain, mechanical hindrances, the occasional sadism of the organisers and even ...eBook