The Cycling Anthology (volume one) is a collection of original essays on professional cycling by 14 of the world’s leading cycling journalists.
A wide-range of subjects have been brilliantly covered. In Project Wiggins, William Fotheringham looks behind the scenes at how Bradley Wiggins became Britain’s first Tour de France champion. Owen Slot analyses the rivalry between Victoria Pendleton and Anna Meares that always seemed destined to reach a dramatic conclusion at the London Olympics. Edward Pickering punctures the myth surrounding Frenchman Thomas Voeckler, Jeremy Whittle examines the toxic fallout that is the legacy of Lance. In Cyclonomics, Daniel Friebe explains how professional cycling’s relationship with money is changing. And much, much more…
The contributors are William Fotheringham (The Guardian), David Millar (Tour de France stage winner and author of Racing Through the Dark), Owen Slot (The Times), Jeremy Whittle (author of William Hill-nominated Bad Blood), Richard Moore (author of Slaying the Badger and Sky’s the Limit), Lionel Birnie (The Sunday Times), Ellis Bacon (author of World’s Ultimate Cycling Races), Daniel Friebe (author of Eddy Merckx biography, The Cannibal) Alasdair Fotheringham (The Independent), James Startt (Bicycling magazine), Samuel Abt, Edward Pickering, Kenny Pryde and Rupert Guinness.