The Science of the Tour de France – Training secrets of the world’s best cyclists
Everything you need to know about about the science behind professional racing cyclists.
Title - The Science of the Tour de France – Training secrets of the world’s best cyclists
Author/Editor/Introduction - James Witts
Publisher - Bloomsbury Sport
Date Published - 2016
Cover - Soft Cover
Pages - 240
Dimensions - 23cm x 19cm x 1.5cm
ISBN - 978-1472921703
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