Tales from the Toolbox: Inside a Professional Cycling Team

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VeloPress, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 150 pages
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Now readers have the rare opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at European road racing. Former Motorola Cycling Team mechanic Scott Parr spins tales from his years of turning wrenches for America's top pro cycling team. Parr's unique perspective and his state-of-the-art insight into the technowizardry of modern professional cycling provide a real treat for the reader of cycling literature.
-- Delivers the insider's story on such great racers as Lance Armstrong, Phil Anderson, Sean Yates, Frankie Andreau, and Axel Merckx

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The Athlete's Bookstore Booknotes Oct. 1997
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