P is for Peloton: The A-Z of Cycling

Author(s): Suze Clemitson

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A perfect gift book for all cycling fans and beautifully illustrated by renowned cycling artist, Mark Fairhurst, P is for Peloton is packed with fun facts from the amazing to the bizarre, and stories about the greatest riders in the sport. Ever wanted to know the difference between your flamme rouge and your lanterne rouge? This is the book for you--or the cycling obsessive in your life.

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Want to know your lanterne rouge from your flamme rouge? This beautiful A-Z of cycling, illustrated by renowned cycling artist Mark Fairhurst, is the perfect gift for all fans of the peloton, old and new.

Ever since the first Tour de France, cycle racing has captured the imagination of millions of people. The drama, passion, pain and glory has been stuff of legends. The beauty of cycling is that it knows no barriers. It's classless. Whether you ride a secondhand bicycle or the latest machine featuring the pinnacle in technical development, you are part of an ever expanding movement that is ecologically low impact and good for you! It inspires. Mark Fairhurst's art carries that inspiration. Humorous, thought provoking, encouraging; his work in this book is a joy to see and have. Remember, P is for Peloton. Get on your bike and RIDE! Sir David Brailsford, Team Principal, Team Sky

Suze Clemitson is a cycling journalist and commentator @festinagirl Mark Fairhurst is an artist and illustrator. His recent work includes the endpapers for Chris Froome's autobiography, The Climb @MrMarkFairhurst

General Fields

  • : 9781472912855
  • : Bloomsbury USA
  • : Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • : 0.454
  • : September 2015
  • : 200mm X 200mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : September 2015
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Suze Clemitson
  • : Hardback
  • : 2015
  • : Mark Fairhurst
  • : en
  • : 796.6
  • : 160
  • : Illustrated throughout with over 70 stunning original artworks by renowned cycling artist Mark Fairhurst