Cadel Evans: The Long Road to Paris

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Hardie Grant Books, 2011 - Bicycle racing - 192 pages
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The view atop the cycling world from the winner of the 2011 Tour de France   "My mind took control of my body. I had nothing left in the legs, but as a cyclist, you just keep going until the finish. I kept reminding myself that I had to get to the finish."   Filled with never-before-seen pictures and revealing insights into the thoughts of the champion, this book celebrates in words and photographs Cadel Evans's indomitable will and champion's heart. Evans's hard-fought triumphs and equally challenging disappointments—in the bicycle races that are thought to be the most grueling endurance test in sports—are a tribute to his strength of spirit. He discusses his inspiring and heroic battle to be the first Australian to win the biggest cycling race in the world, the Tour de France. This is a rare and fascinating look at the way a top rider races both mentally and physically.

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Amazing photography!!!!!!! Read full review

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Pretty good pictures in this, nice to see his early career here too. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Cadel Evans is an Australian professional racing cyclist for UCI ProTeam BMC Racing Team and the winner of the 2011 Tour de France. He is the author of Close to Flying. Graham Watson is a cycling photographer who has authored or coauthored more than 20 books, including Graham Watson: 20 Years of Cycling Photography and Graham Watson's Tour de France.

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