Books on Cycling

Discussion in 'Cycling Training' started by pothole, Sep 30, 2002.

  1. pothole

    pothole New Member

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    Check this out.... http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/087322535X/npg-20/002-1622054-7938452
     
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  2. mnetherc79

    mnetherc79 New Member

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    I actually bought that book not too long ago. <br /><br />Some sections are useful, and others which go way, way, way over my head, and a bit too technical than whats required for most people. <br /><br />For a coach or someone with a Phd in physical sciences it might be more of an appropriate read! ;)
     
  3. 2LAP

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    Try the book 'road racing' from the IOC's range of books... very good, high tech yet easy to read.
     
  4. Powderfinger

    Powderfinger New Member

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    My favorite book on cycling is Tim Krabbe's The Rider.
     
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    frenchyge New Member

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    That's on my wish list. Glad to see an endorsement. :)
     
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    Any thoughts on Carmicheal's "The Ultimate Ride" ? I just bought it. It seems pretty good but then again, i'm sitll pretty new to cycling.
     
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    it's pretty good. many people will find it too complex though.
     
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