We Won't Back Down: On the road with Orica-GreenEDGE
With major wins in the bag from its first five months of racing, Orica-GreenEDGE, Australia's first professional men and women's international road cycling team, has already made its mark at the highest levels of international competition. This is the story of its first year as told through the images of its team photographers, with words from Rupert Guinness, Australia's foremost cycling journalist. Taking readers into the heart of the team, this intimate behind the scenes portrait records all the highs and lows, the personalities, and the races won and lost. We'll learn how the team was established and we're given access to the training camps, allowed on the team bus, and in the team hotels. We're there as Molly Meldrum and Vanessa Amorosi record the team song, we're on the road with the great Robbie McEwen as he rides his last race. This is a big, beautiful, and revealing book that has to be on the shelf of every Australian cycling fan.
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Aidis Kruopis Alexis Rhodes Allan Davis Amanda Spratt Australian team Bart Hazen Bay Cycling Classic bike Brett Lancaster Cameron Meyer Catalunya champion Criterium du Dauphine Dan Jones Daniel Teklehaimanot Daryl Impey Eneco Tour Eritrean finish Fumy Beppu Gerry Ryan Giro d'Italia Graham Watson Grand Tour GreenEDGE-AIS GreenEDGE's head sports director Italy Jack Bobridge Jayco Bay Cycling Jessie MacLean Jones Judith Arndt Leigh Howard Linda Villumsen Loes Gunnewijk Luke Durbridge Matt Goss Michael Albasini Milan-San Remo Neil Stephens Netherlands Orica Orica-AIS Orica-GreenEDGE overall lead peloton Pieter Weening Poitou Charentes race leader's riders Robbie McEwen season Sebastian Langeveld Shara Gillow Shayne Bannan Simon Clarke Simon Gerrans sprinter stage win Stuart O'Grady Svein Tuft team time trial team's teammates Thuringen Rundfahrt Tour de France Tour du Poitou Tour of Benelux Tour of Qatar Volta a Catalunya Vuelta a Espana Wesley Sulzberger winner women's team won Stage yellow jersey