About this book
A critically acclaimed history of Britons in the Tour de France, now fully revised and updated to include Bradley Wiggins's 2012 victory. Also features brand new photos. 'Highly readable' "Daily Mail"
In 2012 Bradley Wiggins made history by becoming first Briton ever to win Tour de France. His compatirot Chris Froome came second while fellow Brits, 'fastest man on earth' Mark Cavendish and reformed doper David Millar, made sure that between them Britain accounted for 7 of a possible 21 stage wins. This book charts British cycling's rise to top.
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