306 books (16 pages) in this category
by Alan Jones
Few names in international motorsport are treated with the same reverence as Alan Jones. When he speaks, they listen.<BR><BR>He is one of only two Australians to win the Formula One World Drivers' Championship, and the first driver to do it for ...
The Story of Pro Cycling's Greatest Climb
by Peter Cossins
In <i>Alpe d'Huez</i>, veteran cycling journalist Peter Cossins reveals the triumphs, passion and despair behind the great exploits on the Alpe and discloses the untold details that have led to the mountain becoming as important to the Tour as ...
Musty Mustangs, Hidden Hudsons, Forgotten Fords, and Other Lost Automotive Gems
by Ryan Brutt
Musty Mustangs, Forgotten Ferraris, Hidden Hudsons, and Other Lost Automotive Gems ...
The True Story of Bike Racing in America
by Jamie Smith
American cycling has a long tradition of riding and racing on a shoestring and a prayer. Jamie Smith explores the domestic side of the world's biggest amateur sport in American Pro: The True Story of Bike Racing in America. American Pro rips ...
The legend of the controversial Tour de France champion
by Paul Fournel
The legend of Jacques Anquetil, controversial French cycling star of the 60s, told through the eyes of novelist and childhood Anquetil fan Paul Fournel. ...
by Claude C. Murphy
<p>This book contains a detailed account of Clarence M. Darling and Claude C. Murphey's 1904 bicycle trip through every state in the United States, having set off from Jackson, Michigan. An interesting, entertaining, and insightful chronicle, ...eBook
My World Record Breaking Adventure
by Mark Beaumont
<p><strong>The inspiring story of one man's record-breaking cycle around the world.</strong></p> <p>On Monday 18th September 2017, Mark Beaumont pedalled through the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. <strong>78 days, 14 hours and 40 minutes</strong> ...eBook
by Thomas Stevens
<p>"Around the World on a Bicycle - From San Francisco to Tehran" is a fascinating and profusely-illustrated account of an epic bicycle journey around the world. Starting in America and travelling through Europe, the Middle East, and ...eBook
by Dain Gingerelli
A handsome, informative overview of Harley Davidson's 100 plus years of style and innovation. ...
by Amanda Lockhart
<p>The Art of the race uses the beautiful black and white photography of Amanda Lockheart to tell the story of horseracing from start to finish, from the moment of a racehorses conception to the highs and lows of action on the track.</p> ...
The Official Photographic Celebration of the Legendary Motorcycle Champion
by Rick Broadbent
<p>Barry Sheene is arguably the greatest British motorcycle racing rider of all time. A chancer, lovable rogue and the leading sports star of his era, adored by the public and press alike, he won two world motorcycle championships in 1976 and ...eBook
by Stuart Barker
<p>The definitive life story of the seventies world 500cc motorcycle champion Barry Sheene – the Brit whose death-defying crashes and playboy lifestyle made him the most famous bike racer on the planet. Written by the only journalist to have ...eBook
by Rick Broadbent
Barry Sheene is arguably the greatest British motorcycle racing rider of all time. A chancer, lovable rogue and the leading sports star of his era, adored by the public and press alike, he won two world motorcycle championships in 1976 and 1977.
by Dirk Klynsmith
<i>Bathurst</i> is a richly photographed account of the most heart-stopping wins, worst tragedies and biggest disputes in the remarkable history of Australian motor racing's holy grail. Renowned racing journalist Gordon Lomas captures it all - ...
by Gordon;Klynsmith, Dirk Lomas
<i>Bathurst</i> is a richly photographed account of the most heart-stopping wins, worst tragedies and biggest disputes in the remarkable history of Australian motor racing's holy grail. Renowned racing journalist Gordon Lomas captures it ...
by William Fotheringham
<p><strong>Bernard Hinault is one of the greatest cyclists of all time. He is a five-time winner of the Tour de France and the only man to have won each of the Grand Tours on more than one occasion.</strong></p> <p>Hinault is the last ...eBook
by Kindersley Dorling
<i>The Bicycle Book </i>is an extraordinary celebration of the history of cycling from BMX and mountain biking, to track and road racing. Take a ride through the sport's history and discover classic and cutting-edge bicycles, following the ...
by David Byrne
<p>Since the early 1980s, David Byrne has been riding a bicycle as his principal means of transportation in New York City. A few years later he discovered folding bikes, and starting taking them with him on music tour overseas, and experienced aeBook
by Mary E. Ward
<p>"Bicycling for Ladies" constitutes a comprehensive instruction manual originally designed specially for women. It includes advice for beginners, information on training, an exposition of mechanics, and chapters on etiquette, ...eBook
How Cycling Can Save the World
by Peter Walker
<p>A revolution on the roads is approaching. Is it time for drivers to Give Way? Guardian news correspondent, Peter Walker, takes us on a journey around the world, exploring the varying attitudes to cycling on our highways.</p> <p>Visit the ...eBook