In Etape, award-winning sportswriter Richard Moore weaves together the greatest stages of the modern Tour de France.
Topics: Andy Schleck, bernard hinault, Chris Boardman, cobbles, eddy merckx, history of the tour de france, Lance Armstrong, Marco Pantani, mark cavendish, new VeloPress books, tour de france, Tour de France stages
Guy Andrews and Rohan Dubash
Bike Mechanic takes a look inside the daily life of the unsung heroes of the peloton, the bike techs who keep the stars riding.
Topics: bicycle maintenance, Bicycle mechanic, Bicycle parts, bicycle repair, Bicycle tools, bike racing, Bike tech, coffee table book, cycling photographs, hardcover, How to be a bicycle mechanic, professional cycling, upcoming VeloPress books
Rebecca Rusch with Selene Yeager
Rusch to Glory shows how one woman went from ordinatory to extraordinary—and how anyone can discover their own greatness.
The Horton Collection
Goggles & Dust collects over 100 stunning photographs from competitive cycling’s heyday.
Fat Tire Flyer tells the true story of the invention, success, and continued vitality of the mountain bike and its culture.
Topics: coffee table book, cycling history, cycling photographs, fat tire bikes, Gary Fisher, hardcover, history of mountain biking, Joe Breeze, klunker, memoir, Mike Sinyard, Mount Tamalpais, mountain bike parts, mountain bikes, mountain biking, Repack, Tom Ritchey, upcoming VeloPress books, vintage cycling photographs, Wende Cragg, who invented the mountain bike
Mark Cavendish talks about the struggle to stay at the top of his sport.
Topics: 2012 Olympic Games, bike racing, biography/autobiography, cycling sprinters, history of the tour de france, London Olympics, mark cavendish, new VeloPress books, olympics, professional cycling, tour de france, Winter Reads
Land of Second Chances is the incredible true story of struggle, hope, and the life-giving promise of redemption through the unifying power of sport.
Topics: 2012 Olympic Games, Adrien Niyonshuti, African cycling, cycling history, hardcover, Jonathan Boyer, London Olympics, new hardcovers, new VeloPress books, olympics, Rwanda, Team Rwanda, Tom Ritchey, Winter Reads