New Tour de France E-Book


New Member
Oct 29, 2002
Greetings,<br /><br />The route for the 100th anniversary edition of the Tour de France next July was announced on Oct. 24.<br /><br />Lance Armstrong will be vying for his record-tying fifth straight victory on a course that will include seven cities visited during the inaugural event is 1903. <br /><br />As a journalist who has covered the race for the past six years for several regional and national newspapers and magazines, I've written an e-book about the event and the curious occurrences around the race. <br /><br />For more information, contact me via telephone (916) 451-8452 or via e-mail at [email protected].<br /><br /><br />TOUR DE FRANCE E-BOOK AVAILABLE<br /><br />SACRAMENTO, Calif -- To read about the Tour de France consider purchasing &quot;The Tour Within The Tour de France&quot; an e-book written by veteran journalist James Raia.<br /><br />The 9,000-word book includes 24 essays about the cyclists, the rolling countryside, the ambiance, the restaurants, the uniqueness of the race villages and the people who live and work near the sunflowers, ancient castles, the fields of expansive vineyards and the big cities of the Tour de France.<br /><br />The Tour Within The Tour de France is available in several downloadable formats.<br /><br />For more information and/or to purchase the e-book for $4.95, visit: <br /><br /><br /><br />Cheers,<br /><br />James Raia<br />Editor/Publisher<br />Endurance Sports News/Tour de France Times<br />706 56th Street #150<br />Sacramento, CA 95819<br />E-mail: [email protected]<br />Web site:<br />Office phone: 916-451-8452<br />____________________________&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<br />Endurance Sports News - Irreverent, pertinent, timely and free. <br />Tour de France Times - Relevant, topical, succinct and free.<br />To subscribe, visit:<br />Author: The Tour Within The Tour de France<br /><br />________________________________<br />

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