Most of the information from the definitive Rapha guides to the Alps in a more condensed, economical format
Standard biography and justification of reformed doper – but also the best insight yet into the challenges of running a team
A joyful dose of inspiration that every cyclist, from rookie to randonneur, can take something valuable from
Effectively a paperback version of Vélo, which should help this classic book reach a new audience
Same format, different country: business as usual for the series that could continue for ever...
A cycling travelogue like no other...
It's another book about Pantani that explains why there is still demand for books about Pantani
A quirky farrago that many cyclists will be pleased to discover
A comprehensive and thorough book – but ideally needs to come with a free personal trainer...
Easy to use and good battery run-time, but let down by the audio quality
The highs and lows of a unique brand and the business behind it, told from an informed perspective
Lightweight, sweat-proof in-ear headphones with a rich sound
Following the most impressive attempt yet on the round-the-world record, Mark Beaumont has produced a book to match
A fun card game for those who fancy themselves as the next big directeur sportive
A great insight into the life of a Tour de France winner, in G's inimitable style
Painstakingly researched and beautifully presented guide to riding in the West
Impressive attempt to give the sport a definitive reference book for the year
A great follow up to The Grand Tour Cookbook, with plenty of sound advice and recipes to get stuck into
To misquote Paul Smith's endorsement, ‘if, like me, you are a fan of Bradley Wiggins, you must have this book’
A welcome focus on the outstanding cycling achievements of some inspiring women