In Search of Robert Millar: Unravelling the Mystery Surrounding Britain's Most Successful Tour de France Cyclist

Richard Moore (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$17.95
Publisher
Harpersport
Publish Date
June 02, 2008
Pages
364
Dimensions
5.0 X 1.3 X 7.6 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780007235025
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About the Author

Richard Moore is a freelance journalist who has written on sport, art and literature, contributing to the Scotsman, Scotland on Sunday, Herald, Guardian and Sunday Times. He was a member of the Scotland team in the Prutour, the nine-day cycling tour of Britain, and represented Scotland in the 1998 Commonwealth Games.

Reviews

as riveting a read as any detective story, as well as an intriguing attempt to separate myth from fact.' The Metro

'..a prodigious work of research, (which)..delivers overdue illumination of a fascinating Scot'. The Glasgow Herald

A classic bird-like climber, light and wiry in build, Millar was the best British cyclist, all round, since Tom Simpson. William Fotheringham

'A fine portrait of Britain's most successful Tour de France cyclist.' 'The author's meticulous but lively book traces Millar's journey from Glasgow's tenements to the Alps and the Pyrenees, in whose company he had few peers.' The Scotsman."

as riveting a read as any detective story, as well as an intriguing attempt to separate myth from fact.' The Metro

'..a prodigious work of research, (which)..delivers overdue illumination of a fascinating Scot'. The Glasgow Herald

A classic bird-like climber, light and wiry in build, Millar was the best British cyclist, all round, since Tom Simpson. William Fotheringham

'A fine portrait of Britain's most successful Tour de France cyclist.' 'The author's meticulous but lively book traces Millar's journey from Glasgow's tenements to the Alps and the Pyrenees, in whose company he had few peers.' The Scotsman.

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'...as riveting a read as any detective story, as well as an intriguing attempt to separate myth from fact.' The Metro

'..a prodigious work of research, (which)..delivers overdue illumination of a fascinating Scot'. The Glasgow Herald

'A classic bird-like climber, light and wiry in build, Millar was the best British cyclist, all round, since Tom Simpson.' William Fotheringham

'A fine portrait of Britain's most successful Tour de France cyclist.' 'The author's meticulous but lively book traces Millar's journey from Glasgow's tenements to the Alps and the Pyrenees, in whose company he had few peers.' The Scotsman.