Vive le Tour!: Amazing Tales from the World's Greatest Bike Race (2020)

Vive le Tour!: Amazing Tales from the World's Greatest Bike Race Nick Brownlee Vive le Tour Amazing Tales from the World s Greatest Bike Race Millions of spectators line the route every year with some having camped a week in advance to get the best views of one of the greatest annual sporting events and the world s best known cycling race t
  • Title: Vive le Tour!: Amazing Tales from the World's Greatest Bike Race
  • Author: Nick Brownlee
  • ISBN: 9781861059987
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
Vive le Tour!: Amazing Tales from the World's Greatest Bike Race Nick Brownlee Millions of spectators line the route every year with some having camped a week in advance to get the best views of one of the greatest annual sporting events and the world s best known cycling race the Tour de France In this absorbing collection of facts and anecdotes, Nick Brownlee covers the history, present, and future of this fascinating world Details include the hiMillions of spectators line the route every year with some having camped a week in advance to get the best views of one of the greatest annual sporting events and the world s best known cycling race the Tour de France In this absorbing collection of facts and anecdotes, Nick Brownlee covers the history, present, and future of this fascinating world Details include the highs and lows, winners and losers, and triumphs and tragedies of this fast paced and exciting sport.
Vive le Tour!: Amazing Tales from the World's Greatest Bike Race Nick Brownlee

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One thought on “Vive le Tour!: Amazing Tales from the World's Greatest Bike Race

  1. Rik Brooymans

    A good read for those with an interest in all things Tour de France I have to say I found the coverage of the first few decades a little boring and mildly repetitive, something like the middle part of a long, flat stage My interest peaked with the chapters on those Tours I remember watching when I was a kid, with the feats of Lemond and Indurain The last few chapters did nothing to mitigate the anger I ve built up against the legions of cheaters who have brought disgrace to the event and my memo [...]

  2. George Rife

    Fascinating to a cycling enthusiast info on the whole 100 year history of the Tour, the 3rd most watched sporting event the top 2 are the Olympics and World Cup soccer, NOT the Super Bowl ,

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