A Ride Through the Greatest Cycling Stories
|Series:||Around the World in 80 Days|
Cycling's vast history is a fascinating mix of gripping sporting moments, inspired pursuits and a whole host of heroes, hellions and legend-makers. From the death of the great Fausto Coppi through to the dominance of Sir Bradley Wiggins and the intrepid pursuits of iconic cyclists on the peaks of the Tour de France, cycling historian Giles Belbin brings together the most important, memorable and intriguing moments of the sport's illustrious past. With striking and unique illustrations by artist Daniel Seex, each inspired by the stories told, A Ride Through the Greatest Cycling Stories is a sporting treasure trove of human virtue, vice and cycling trivia.
GILES BELBIN is a freelance writer with a focus on cycling. His work has been published in Procyling, Australia's Ride Cycling Review, the Independent and Guardian online. Giles reported on all of the cycling events at London 2012 for the Olympic News Service. His first cycling book Mountain Kings was published in 2013. DANIEL SEEX is a professional illustrator and has worked for a number of high profile clients including Google, Channel 4, Johnnie Walker and Chivas Regal and for cycling publications the Ride Journal and Boneshaker. Daniel works primarily in pen and ink adding colour and texture digitally and often building a picture from multiple drawings. He lives in Edinburgh with his partner Julia. www.thejoyofseex.co.uk