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by Graham Watson

eBook The Tour de France and Its Heroes ePub
Author: Graham Watson
Language: English
ISBN: 096226301X
ISBN13: 978-0962263019
Publisher: Velo Books 1991-01-01; First Edition edition (1991)
Pages: 176
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 265
Formats: lrf txt doc lit
ePub file: 1281 kb
Fb2 file: 1313 kb

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This book covers mainly the 80s of the Tour de France which was probaly its finest decade ever, before . The texts are full of valuable insights and dramatic details

This book covers mainly the 80s of the Tour de France which was probaly its finest decade ever, before Indurain and then Amstrong took out all the excitement of the event with their long-lasting and boring domination. The texts are full of valuable insights and dramatic details. This small book is one of the most authorative documents on the Tour de France - a true masterpiece.

Graham Watson's Tour de France Travel Guide: The Complete Insider's Guide to the Tour! .

Graham Watson's Tour de France Travel Guide: The Complete Insider's Guide to the Tour! Graham Watson. This book covers mainly the 80s of the Tour de France which was probaly its finest decade ever, before Indurain and then Amstrong took out all the excitement of the event with their long-lasting and boring domination.

You are viewing The book covers the last ten years of the race, a period in which Bernard Hinault's stranglehold on the event was challenged by North and South America, Ireland and Spain.

The Tour de France and Its Heroes: A Celebration of the Greatest Race in the World by Graham Watson (Hardback, 1990). The book covers the last ten years of the race, a period in which Bernard Hinault's stranglehold on the event was challenged by North and South America, Ireland and Spain.

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If you love the Tour de France and you’ve always wanted to follow the peloton as it winds it way ever closer to the finish .

If you love the Tour de France and you’ve always wanted to follow the peloton as it winds it way ever closer to the finish line in Paris, this book is a brilliant guide. It will help you to plan your trip beforehand and ensure that you enjoy every moment while you’re there.

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Graham Watson's Tour de France Travel Guide lets cycling fans experience all the excitement of the Tour while negotiating its many daily obstacles with the confidence of a local. As cycling's leading photographer, Graham Watson has been in the right place at the right time during every stage of every Tour de France since 1977. No one knows how to get around the Tour like Graham.

The major threat among them was the only other former Tour de France champion in last year's race, Germany's Jan Ullrich- The . He lives in Boulder, Colorado. Graham Watson has been covering the Tour de France since 1977. He lives near London.

The major threat among them was the only other former Tour de France champion in last year's race, Germany's Jan Ullrich- The Kaiser. But when the race was over, Lance Armstrong once again wore the yellow jersey of victory. John Wilcockson reported on his first Tour de France in 1968. He has written for Outside and Men's Journal and reported on major cycling events for NPR, the BBC World Service, and the New York Times.

This is just one example in a long list of great Graham Watson books including Kings of the Road, Visions of Cycling, Road to Hell, The Grand Tours, and 20 Years of Cycling Photography. The Tour de France and its heroes was published in 1990, and covers the Tour's best riders from around the early 1980's through LeMond's amazing 1989 win. Riders like Laurent Fignon, Bernard Hinault, Sean Kelly, Eddy Planckaert, Eric Vanderaerden, Stephen Roche, Charly Mottet, Pedro Delgado, Andy Hampsten, Gert-Jan Theunisse, Lucho Herrara, Raul Alcala, and many more are displayed in wonderful color photos throughout the book. Details of the many Tour competitions including the Yellow, Green, Polka-dot, and Red Jersey's are explained in the accompanying text. A great book for any cycling mad person, especially one who is fond of the 1980's. One of my favorites. Customer Review.
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