Description - Classic Cycling Race Routes by Chris Sidwells
The greatest 52 European cycling challenges, in association with Garmin. The most challenging cycle routes in Europe based on the best cyclosportive events - the most famous single-day professional races, which are known in cycling as The Classics, and on stages of the Grand Tours; the Tour de France, Tour of Italy and Tour of Spain. These are not just pretty rides in the country - they are serious challenges that require training and preparation, but are all accessible and are achieved by many thousands of ordinary cyclists every year. Some of the routes are based on well-established cyclosportive events, which are the big objective of many thousands of recreational and keen cyclists. Classic Cycling Race Routes allows cyclists to do the routes at any time, and encourages them to take part in the events. For the classic races which don't have a dedicated cyclosportive route, the author has designed a route to reflect the demands and history of these races.
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(280mm x 230mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Chris Sidwells
Chris Sidwells is an internationally-known British cycling writer, with nine books on cycling, ranging from biography through fitness and training to bike repair. His Complete Bike Book has been translated into 24 languages, and his Bike Repair Manual is going into its fifth edition and has also been translated many times. Tour Climbs and Race for Madmen, were best sellers in their genre and his latest book, The Official Tour de France Records is backed by the Tour de France itself. His words and pictures appear in every issue of Britain's bestselling bike magazine Cycling Weekly, and in all issues of Cycle Sport and Cycling Actives as well as Cycling Fitness. He has also been published in Men's Fitness, Cycling Plus, GQ, Running fitness and the Sunday Times.