Stage 17, Untold Stories: Mark Cavendish, Bernhard Eisel, and David Millar in the 2010 Tour de France

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Climbing the Col du Tourmalet, Mark Cavendish slips out the back of the group. His loyal teammate, Bernhard Eisel, remains at his side and tries to encourage him. “Big effort, Cav, come on, stay with the group."

Stage 4: The Boy with Fire in His Eyes, Mark Cavendish, 2009

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I ask Mark Cavendish to discuss his best-ever stage win in the Tour de France and he is transformed. He sits upright. First, he must decide which one was best.


Richard Moore

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In Etape, award-winning sportswriter Richard Moore weaves together the greatest stages of the modern Tour de France.

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At Speed

Mark Cavendish

At Speed by Mark Cavendish

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At Speed is the page-turning story of Mark Cavendish, cycling's top sprinter and a living legend in the sport of bike racing.

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Winning Fixes Everything

At Speed by Mark Cavendish

Sometimes athletes behave badly and when they do, the only thing to do is win.

Mark Cavendish Describes the Day He Won the 2011 Road Cycling World Championship


“Dave, I’m going to win the worlds tomorrow.”

Mark Cavendish on Leaving Team Sky and Joining Omega Pharma-Quick-Step


Mark Cavendish explains why he left Team Sky to join Omega Pharma-Quick-Step

Boy Racer

Mark Cavendish

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Boy Racer unmasks the manic, brutal world of professional cycling from the candid viewpoint of the sport's brash young superstar, Mark Cavendish.

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Mark Cavendish Describes What It Was Like: His First Tour de France Stage Win

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In this chapter from his book Boy Racer, Mark Cavendish offers a pedal stroke for pedal stroke retelling of his first Tour de France stage win. (Eat your heart out, Phil Liggett!)

Mark Cavendish’s First Win on the Champs-Elysees

Mark Cavendish dons the Tour de France green jersey featured

The moment was unforgettable. The moment was ours.