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Author interview: Mark Beaumont

Mark Beaumont's book, The Man Who Cycled The World, was an international bestseller. We spoke to him about the ride that inspired it. • Dec 06, 2011

Author interview: Josie Dew

Josie Dew recalls her first cycling trip to France when she discovered the joys of boulangeries and patisseries • Dec 06, 2011

Book review: The Bike Touring Survival Guide

The Bike Touring Survival Guide – from the founders of the Travelling Two website – is essential reading for prospective cycle tourers • Dec 06, 2011

Book review: Brian Robinson, Pioneer by Graeme Fife

Graeme Fife's biography of one of British cycling's original heroes, Brian Robinson • Dec 06, 2011

Book review: It's All About the Bike by Robert Penn

Bike geek Robert Penn travels the world to source the best parts for his dream bike. • Dec 06, 2011

Book review: A Race for Madmen

Chris Sidwells has produced an accessible and lively history of the Tour de France • Jun 28, 2011

Book review: Sky's the Limit

Richard Moore goes behind the scenes to lift the lid on the formation of Team Sky and its bid to win the Tour de France for Britain • Jun 28, 2011

Book review: It's All About the Bike by Robert Penn

Bike geek Robert Penn travels the world to source the best parts for his dream bike. (Even Mulga Bill gets a mention) • Jun 07, 2011

Book review: How I Won the Yellow Jumper by Ned Boulting

Ned Boulting's How I Won the Yellow Jumper is an entertaining insight into life on the road with the Tour de France. • May 16, 2011

Interview: Graham Robb, Cyclist and Author

Graham Robb is the author of The Discovery of France, a book he researched by cycling 14,000 miles around France • Mar 03, 2011

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