[ Read Online Merckx: Half Man, Half Bike ☆ social-work PDF ] by William Fotheringham ¼ sustanon.pro
[ Read Online Merckx: Half Man, Half Bike ☆ social-work PDF ] by William Fotheringham ¼ I actually bought this book for my husband and he says that while it is interesting, he prefers books about professional bicycling that are written by the star of the book for instance, a recently read book BY Laurent Fignon I m just pleased that he is back into reading again Now I m searching for Tour de France riders personal accounts for him to read Wish Bernard Hinault would write a book, also Miguel Indurain Recommendations requested THE SUNDAY TIMES NO BESTSELLERWhat Makes A Man The Greatest Of All Time Eddy Merckx Is To Cycling What Muhammad Ali Is To Boxing Or Pel To Football Quite Simply, The Best There Has Ever Been Merckx Was A Machine It Wasn T Just The Number Of Victories It Was His Remorseless Domination That Created The Legend He Didn T Just Beat His Opponents, He Crushed Them But His Triumphs Only Tell Half A Story That Includes Horrific Injury, A Doping Controversy And Tragedy He Was Nicknamed The Cannibal For His Insatiable Appetite For Victory, But The Moniker Did Scant Justice To A Man Who Was Handsome, Sensitive And Surprisingly Anxious Britain S Leading Cycling Writer, William Fotheringham, Goes Back To Speak To Those Who Were There At The Time And Those Who Knew Merckx Best To Find Out What Made Eddy Merckx So Invincible The Full Unvarnished Of One Man S Heaven, And Hell, On Wheels Independent Very detailed You need to know who all the other bicyclists and races that are mentioned, etc I found I was looking up many people mentioned in the book to do justice to all mentioned I sort of have stopped reading it for the moment as of this writing but plan to return.
Haven t even gotten to the first TDF yet I was an early teenager living in Belgium live overseas now when the Merckx era started.
He certainly had a good influence on our generation.
We didn t have time for naughty stuff, all that mattered was jumping on our bikes after school or during Holidays, race friends, pretending to be Merckx I did.
The writer reveals a lot of details of Merckx s career in his book The drive, the ambition, the struggle of the Man Details I was never aware of.
My admiration for Eddy Merckx remains the same after all those years and it was nice to be able to look back at all the achievements of his.
If you are a cycling fan or a Merckx fan, certainly worth reading.
I find the writing terribly dull like reading the game notes in the newspaper so and so finished first, this other guy finished second, somebody finished third It was raining A great deal of facts and very little drama I struggle to pick up the book and find myself constantly falling asleep as mindless trivia drips off every page such as, which caf is located near the start of a random crit race that took place 50 years ago I have to think there was something interesting to tell about the greatest cyclist of all time, but you will have to find it in a different book anyone have any recommendations.
If you want to read a great cycling book, check out Slaying the Badger riveting and insightful, littered with first person acco