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A thorough, well-researched and highly readable biography about one of cycling's best ever riders * Road * One of cycling's most fascinating characters * Sport *
William Fotheringham is the number-one bestselling author of Merckx: Half Man, Half Bike. He writes for the Guardian and Observer on cycling and rugby and is the critically lauded author of Fallen Angel, Roule Britannia, and Put Me Back on My Bike, which Velo magazine called `the best cycling biography ever written'. A racing cyclist and launch editor of Procycling and Cycle Sport magazines, he has reported on over twenty Tours de France.