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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Editor's Note: In the new book How Cycling Can Save The World, The Guardian political correspondent and influential cycling expert Peter Walker makes a well-researched argument for building or improving upon existing cycle infrastructure to encourage mass cycling in our cities worldwide. Mass...
  2. Components, Wrenching
    We learned a long time ago that reading is fundamental - and in this case the emphasis is truly on fun. Here are a half dozen cycling book gift ideas for the cyclist in your life. 75 Classic Rides Colorado: The Best Road Biking Routes Our first two picks were penned by Mtbr/RoadBikeReview...
  3. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Editor's Note: This book excerpt is used with permission of VeloPress from Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports by Mark Johnson. In Spitting in the Soup, Johnson explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports. Johnson unwinds the doping culture...
  4. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Editor's Note: This book excerpt is used with permission of VeloPress from Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports by Mark Johnson. In Spitting in the Soup, Johnson explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports. Johnson unwinds the doping culture...
  5. Components, Wrenching
    Worth giving to any two-wheeled lover on your list - or just buy it for yourself Cyclists are rare creatures in that their passion extends beyond the activity itself. Riding is usually No. 1, but the sport's history and mystique are also fully engrained in the DNA of almost every bicyclist...
  6. Racing, Training, Nutrition, Triathlons
    Tired of dinning on bars and gels while riding? Then you may be interested in a new cookbook from Dr. Allen Lim and professional chef Biju Thomas. The authors of the successful Feed Zone Cookbook have rolled out a new kitchen guide dubbed, Feed Zone Portables. Inside are 75 portable food recipes...
  7. Components, Wrenching
    Trek Bicycles was founded back in 1976 by Richard Burke and his friend Bevil Hogg. They started in a small red barn in Waterloo, Wisconsin. Today, Trek is one of the largest bicycle companies in the world, headed by Richard's son John. John and his father, "The Big Guy" as Richard would become...
  8. General Cycling Discussion
    Boulder, Colorado - VeloPress is pleased to announce the publication of a beautiful new book about cycling's spring classics. In time for the holidays, The Spring Classics: Cycling's Greatest One-Day Races is now available in bookstores, bike shops, and online. With insightful text from...
  9. General Cycling Discussion
    Boulder, CO, USA - Cycling super-sprinter Mark Cavendish explains his phenomenal rise to stardom in his new book, Boy Racer: My Journey to Tour de France Record-Breaker. Cav describes with riveting detail the sprint victories that propelled him into the highest ranks of the cycling elite. His...
  10. General Cycling Discussion
    Women are different from men. From bike fit to nutrition to aging patterns, women ride differently. Most serious cycling books fail to address the specific concerns women have about cycling. In Bicycling for Women, cycling authority Gale Bernhardt discusses all things female for women who love...
  11. General Cycling Discussion
    "We Might as Well Win," the debut book by the eight-time Tour de France-winning sports director, Johan Bruyneel, was released today in U.S. bookstores. Written with Bill Strickland, executive editor of "Bicycling," and with a foreword by Lance Armstrong, "We Might as Well Win" takes readers...
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