There is no better way to appreciate the history of a sport than to experience it through a collector’s treasures.

Cycling’s Golden Age takes us inside the world’s largest collection of cycling memorabilia with an intimate look at one of the sport’s most memorable eras, 1946–1967. From the commanding victories of Fausto Coppi to the rise of Jacques Anquetil, the Horton Collection boasts never-before-published photographs and countless jerseys, trophies, posters, and other artifacts. Cycling historian Owen Mulholland weaves it all together with the tales of each rider, their admirable feats, and the nostalgia of each item in the collection.

Hardcover with jacket. More than 400 cycling artifacts, color and b&w photographs throughout.
Foreword by Eddy Merckx
11″ x 10″, 320 pp., $49.95, 9781931382878

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