Volume three continues the series of fine cycling writing by some of the best in the business.
The Cycling Anthology Volume III was published in October and features, within its 288 pages, essays by 13 great writers.
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The Cycling Anthology Volume 3
The Curious Case of the Garmin Three by Neal Rogers
The story of how Christian Vande Velde, David Zabriskie and Tom Danielson returned to the sport in the wake of their doping confessions.
The Indivisible Man by Ned Boulting
Behind-the-scenes at the Tour de France with Chris Froome.
Two-Bob Rockets by Kenny Pryde
How the clean-up has altered the way the riders race.
On the Buses by Rupert Guinness
Inside the team buses.
Nineteen Eighty-Four by Richard Moore
The story of Marianne Martin, winner of the first women’s Tour de France.
The Ones Who (Almost) Got Away by Anthony Tan
Why have so many top Australian riders succeeded despite not being part of the system?
Different Times by Samuel Abt
How France reacted to Laurent Jalabert’s opaque answers about doping.
Island Mentality by Owen Slot
After 100 years, the Tour de France finally visited Corsica.
Out of Nowhere by Klaus Bellon Gaitán
Is cynicism killing cycling?
What Makes a Great Race? by Edward Pickering
Dissecting the factors that make a bike race a compelling spectacle.
You Are the Pro by Ellis Bacon
Steer your own way through this adventure game.
Glass Half Empty by Jeremy Whittle
How the aftermath of Lance Armstrong’s confession affected Team Sky.
The Tour of Britain at Ten by Lionel Birnie
The story of ten editions of Britain’s national tour told through the 2013 race.