Recently finish Phil Gaimon's book (the fat kid to euro pro one). Quite enjoyable.
Currently reading Peter Cossins' book about the first TdF; some interesting untangling of the various legends of the early Tour.
That ^^ book about early women racers looks interesting; isn't Rapha also meant to be publishing something about women racers soon (Queens of Pain - think it's going to be a coffee table book)?
Full Gas by Peter Cossins is excellent lots of good insights into tactics in the current pro Peleton
Boulting £50 one year late ripping off the cycling podcast book.
The Midlife Cyclist by Phil Cavell (from Cyclefit). Saw it mentioned in the middle aged thread. Quite enjoyed the book and it's levelled my fitness expectations of myself in quite a positive way, I'd say. A few bits of opinion where there should be science, but overall pretty good and lots of sensible advice.
I need to re-read The Pain-Free Cyclist.
I've been meaning to take a look at this - is it likely to be of interest to non-racers/non-serious-training cyclists?
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