While its true that Sydney is Australias toughest city for cycling, there are actually a lot of great rides around. You need expert insider information to untangle the urban maze of our nations most crowded city. Use this book to discover the best that Sydney has to offerits coast, harbour, rivers, creeks and history. This book features 30
You may remember Allan Peiper as one of Australias pioneering road professionals and a top columnist for Bicycling Australia magazine. More recently he has moved to team management.
This book is no ordinary sporting biography, for Allan Pieper has written A Peipers Tale straight from the heart. His description of his difficult early year
Champion cyclist Lance Armstrong's triple Tour de France victory has been hailed as one of the most memorable moments in sports history during this century. In 1996 he established the Lance Armstrong Foundation, a charity to aid the fight against cancer.
Find out why the pros rely on Andy Pruitt. Top riders in the professional peloton depend on Andy Pruitt to soothe their aches and pains and help them ride faster and smoother. Pruitt's Complete Medical Guide for Cyclists will cover you literally from head to toe with sound medical advice. Just open the book, pinpoint your symptoms, identify the cau
Rupert Guinness provides a compelling history of the Tour, paying special attention to the Australian cyclists who are now a force to be reckoned with on the European cycling circuit. From the early days when Don Kirkham and Snowy Munro rode the Tour in 1914 on bikes without lights or gears, to Robbie McEwen's spectacular win of the green jersey in
Yes, the 2006 Tour de France may be tarnished by the as yet unresolved drug case with the winner, but from Australias perspective, it was surely our greatest Tour ever.
First there was Robbie McEwens domination of the sprints, resulting in three stage wins an the overall green jersey. Then there was Cadel Evans fifth place overall, equ
Heart Zones Cycling is a highly individualised training philosophy for beginner to intermediate cyclists. Heart Zones Cycling fills the need for an entry-level book for riders of all body types and ability levels, incorporating technology as a tool for maximising enjoyment of the sport, and ultimately giving people a means to personalise their fitn
This collection of superhuman mountain performances reveals the heroism, teamwork, superb athleticism and sacrifice of great climbers, bringing you roadside to experience the most memorable climbs firsthand. An excellent colour photo section chronicles the featured climbers in all their glory.
280mm (h) x 153mm (w), 296pp, Hardback
This book will help you make the most of your training program. Track your workouts, target your weaknesses, and time your peak performance. Sample graphs and easy-to-digest information show you the numbers you will need to win climbs, sprints, time trials, and stage races. If you don't own a power meter yet, Training & Racing with a Power Mete
Lennard Zinn, author of the most well organised and best illustrated guide to road bike repair and maintenance on the market, shares his wealth of road bike knowledge in this new, updated edition. Maintaining every component of a road bike is covered in a clear, concise manner. Newcomers and experienced mechanics alike will benefit from the illustr
A complete updating of the most concise, well-organised and best illustrated reference guide to mountain bike maintenance and repair on the market. Whether you seek to repair and adjust the latest integrated spindle crank or hydraulic disc brake, or wish instead to rehabilitate a decades old mountain bike, the information is all here, with clear di
Getting around Sydney on your own two wheels has never been easier thanks to Bike-it! Sydney - a back street guide for cyclists. This pocket-sized back-street guide and info book for Sydney cyclists will become every cyclist's bible. Covering the City, the North Shore, the Eastern Suburbs, the Inner West and St George areas, Bike-it! Sydney feature