Enjoyable story about an epic cycle trip; entertaining, informative, and a great example of the genre
Comprehensive enough to be classed as an essential reference, but sadly will probably not achieve the audience it deserves
Well-written autobiography that reveals much of the man and the fierce competitor behind the sometimes bland public persona
If you are buying for a beginner cyclist, look elsewhere
A useful little guide to pretty much every ascent you could want to do in France
The shattered bones and shattered dreams of riding in the pro peloton, told well by a damaged survivor
A beautiful film about one of pro cycling's biggest tragedies
Masterful account of the five classics that should become a classic itself
Simply written, easy to use guide to achievable home road bike repairs; tone and content is spot-on for the typical home mechanic
Well researched and delivered perfectly; definitely one for the permanent collection
Packed with good stuff and continues to be the benchmark of the best in cycle stories and imagery
More consistently excellent writing from the team
Okay but not great photo collection from the hundredth Tour de France
Mud, passion and madness distilled into a hardback that won't disappoint any cross fan
A good read. Ellingworth is entitled to write a critical account of British Cycling's methods as the results of his own are so plain to see
Bin the terrible cover and you have a pretty well-presented photo book with all the facts you need on the first 100 years of the Tour de France.
Precise and entertaining, like the gentlemen concerned.
A worthy follow up to Volume One that delivers some new Tour history from those that were there.
It's a rich and very readable guide to every Tour since the Tour began.
A tale of a stage of cycling many of us are going through handled pretty well.