[Ebook] Wide-Eyed and Legless By Jeff Connor – Pmgtest.info

Wide-Eyed and Legless In This New Edition Of Wide Eyed And Legless , Connor Describes In Detail What It Takes To Compete, Survive And Win During Those Days Of Gruelling Effort In The Name Of Sport

About the Author: Jeff Connor

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10 thoughts on “Wide-Eyed and Legless

  1. says:

    Book was OK Not better than that.I was told that this was the best bicycling book ever written Well, I guess bicycling books must be very poorly written because this book was not very good I would not have minded if the author was just a poor writer But it goes further than that Run on sentences and gramm

  2. says:

    The blurb on the cover says, The No 1 Cycling Book of All Time according to Cycle Sport magazine Well, that is a little extreme it is certainly high up on the list for readable books about the Tour de France or professional bicycle racing, but it also has certain technical drawbacksThis book was originally publis

  3. says:

    This book was written by a newspaper reporter who was given permission to travel with the team ANC Halford, the first British team to participate in the Tour de France There is a day to day summation of the day s events and current drama crisis, and a brief synopsis of each day s race This race was a first for all of the

  4. says:

    Half narrative from an insider s perspective of the troubled ANC Halfords team and half race report of the 1987 Tour, this book is trapped between the two neither a gripping race commentary nor roller coaster emotional insight into the struggles of the combatants and team members.Covering one of thememorable tour years and one o

  5. says:

    Brought back great memories of the 1987 Tour Can t help but feel that the author held back the juicier details from behind the scenes at ANC Halfords Team staff drift in and out of the picture without much explanation why, or what impact their arrival departure had Then again, the author made clear that he wasn t a tabloid pig and prese

  6. says:

    Fascinating read, about first Brit team to do Tour de France They were so disorganised It is hard to reconcile that with both the approach and success record of Team Sky Connor was there as journalist and ended up being enlisted to help the team, as so many support crew bit the dust as did riders.

  7. says:

    Jeff Connor seurasi brittil isen ANC Halfords tallin matkaa vuoden 1987 kilpailussa Talli ei kuulunut ennakkosuosikkeihin ja yhdeks st ajajasta lopulta vain nelj selvisi maaliin saakka Kiva ja sympaattinen kirja ajalta, jona ammattilaispy r ily oli nykyist vaatimattomampaa, viattomampaa ja legendaarisempaa.

  8. says:

    Bit disappointed with this probably because I already new the story of ANC s disastrous Tour de France campaign Not as funny as I had expected.

  9. says:

    A good read, very funny in places Jeff, as a novice rider, did you really cycle that tour stage on one of the teams race bikes A good read, very funny in places Jeff, as a novice rider, did you really cycle that tour stage on one of the teams race bikes

  10. says:

    Supposed to be the best cycling book ever but left me a bit cold.

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