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  • 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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