I like Alf – Paul Jones
This is the story of Alf Engers and the pursuit of speed, set against a backdrop of cycling clubs, shop-owners, frame-builders, riders, racers, team managers and officials. It loops from the Paddington Track to the Skol Six, Herne Hill to the National Road Race Championships and from Boroughbridge to Barnet, in and out of time and place to capture the truth of a racing career of unequalled achievement, charisma and controversy.
I Like Alf is the definitive tale of a mythical and elusive folk hero of British Cycling.
Title - I Like Alf – 14 Lesson from the life of Alf Engers
Author/Editor/Introduction - Paul Jones
Publisher - Mousehold Press
Edition - First Edition 2018
Cover - Paperback
Pages - 156
Size -230 x 155 x 12mm
ISBN - 978-1874739814
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