The Haywire Heart is the first book to examine heart arrhythmia in athletes.
Grand Trail shares the stunning beauty and raw emotions of ultrarunning, paying tribute to the passion and splendor of the sport and lifestyle.
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Greg LeMond: Yellow Jersey Racer presents Greg LeMond's legendary accomplishments, spanning one-day races to grand tours to the remarkable close of his career.
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Surfacing is the inspiring story of Siri Lindley, one of the world’s best triathlon coaches and a two-time world champion.
In Spitting in the Soup, sports journalist Mark Johnson explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports.
Serving up everything from drinks to dessert, Feed Zone Table offers 100 family-style meal recipes to help athletes reconnect with friends and family.
The fabulous style of the freewheeling Sixties is showcased as Jacques Anquetil becomes cycling's first true superstar.
Bike Mechanic takes a look inside the daily life of the unsung heroes of the peloton, the bike techs who keep the stars riding.
Fat Tire Flyer tells the true story of the invention, success, and continued vitality of the mountain bike and its culture.
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Goggles & Dust collects 100 stunning vintage cycling photographs from cycling history.
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.
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Feed Zone Portables offers 75 all-new portable snack recipes for athletes to use before, during, or after workouts.
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The World’s Toughest Endurance Challenges profiles 50 of the most extreme marathons, triathlons, bike rides, climbs, open-water swims and other iconic endurance events from around the world.
Craig Alexander reveals his approach, his training, and the relationships that made him one of triathlon's great champions.
Merckx 525 celebrates the unmatchable career of Eddy Merckx, the most dominant athlete of the 20th century.
Team 7-Eleven is the extraordinary story of how two Olympic speed skaters, Jim Ochowicz and Eric Heiden, assembled one of the greatest cycling teams ever.
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Slaying the Badger is an incomparably detailed and highly revealing tale of cycling's most extraordinary rivalry: Greg LeMond vs. Bernard Hinault at the 1986 Tour de France.
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Argyle Armada delivers an unprecedented look inside America's most celebrated cycling team.
The Feed Zone Cookbook offers 150 athlete-friendly recipes that are simple, delicious, and easy to prepare.
Italian Racing Bicycles traces the rich history of 40 landmark brands intimately connected with racing.
Iron War is a riveting epic about how Mark Allen and Dave Scott drove themselves and each other through the most awe-inspiring race in Ironman triathlon history.
The Spring Classics delves deeply into the rich stories of these great events with insightful text from L'Équipe's top writers and hundreds of rare and newly restored photographs.
Training and Racing with a Power Meter brings the advanced power-based training techniques of elite cyclists and triathletes to everyone.
Campagnolo: 75 Years of Cycling Passion is a book for every lover of the sport of cycling, as well as connoisseurs of the bicycle itself.
Blazing Saddles is a riotous tale of the inspiring and sometimes astonishing history of cycling's most famous race and its whimsical mishaps and astounding feats.
Paris-Roubaix: A Journey Through Hell presents the inside story of the race, its great riders, its traditions, and its secrets.
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.
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Abt weaves together races and personalities spanning three decades of cycling, culminating with the retirement of Lance Armstrong following the 2005 Tour de France.
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