100 Greatest Cycling Climbs of Italy (häftad)
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Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
240
Utgivningsdatum
2019-04-18
Förlag
Robinson
Illustrationer
Approximately 300, including photographs, maps and gradient diagrams.
Dimensioner
154 x 108 x 15 mm
Vikt
294 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781472143051
100 Greatest Cycling Climbs of Italy (häftad)

100 Greatest Cycling Climbs of Italy

A guide to the famous mountains of the Giro d'Italia and beyond

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'The latest book from the inestimable and seemingly irrepressible Simon Warren.' thewashingmachinepost From the Gavia Pass to Mount Etna, from The Stelvio to The Zoncalan, these climbs are legends in Italy and the building blocks of the Giro d'Italia. Technology may advance, training and diet may evolve, but these world-famous mountains are a constant. They have witnessed triumph and despair, courage and heartache, they are where champions are made and where dreams are shattered. And yes, the greatest arenas of Italy's greatest race are open 365 days of the year for any of us to ride. So take up the challenge, emulate your heroes and make your mark on the hundred greatest cycling climbs of Italy.
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SIMON WARREN has lived and breathed bikes and cycling for over thirty years and is the author of the bestselling 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs and Another 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs. He's won a few races and competed - and struggled - against the best riders in the UK, but most of all he loves to ride his bike uphill. He spent seven years working as a designer at Cycling Weekly before leaving to broaden his horizons in 2003, although he still regularly contributes reports to the magazine he has read since he was a teenager. He lives with his wife and two children in Sheffield and has appeared on TV on numerous occasions and writes regularly for Cycling Weekly and Cycling Plus. He has had both weekly and monthly columns in the past and also contributes to many blogs. He guides rides, hosts events, gives talks and generally promotes his Greatest Cycling Climbs brand twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. www.100climbs.co.uk