Good cycling books??
I have just been reading a few cycling books, most recently 'Slaying the Badger' but I have also read Tyler Hamilton's book, David Miller's book and one of the Jacques Anquetil books 'Sex, lies and handlebar tape'. All good stuff..... I do like autobiographies
Sunday; ran a marathon, well 20 miles of one before I had to stop with a problem with my foot. A visit to A&E (the shame) and some Dihydrocodeine later I am now sitting with my foot in the air.... and in need of some more good books. Any suggestions?
I will forgive any suggestions that I should get the new book 'The Rules' (Rule 42) 'cause if I had stuck to it/them I would not be sitting here