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Lanterne Rouge, by Max Leonard

A history of the Tour de France from the perspective of the last man home, the lanterne rouge.

The Monuments, by Peter Cossins

One book, five races, hundreds of stories: Peter Cossins tells the stories of the five races known today as the Monuments: Milan-Sanremo, the Ronde van Vlaanderen, Paris-Roubaix, Liège-Bastogne-Liège and Il Lombardia.

Ohio Managed to Pull Out Another Strong Year

Ohio Bobcats basketball has become a beacon of consistency in recent years and have found the way to win 20 games a year. This year was no different, just an offseason removed from the winningest senior class in school history.

27 Stages, by Kimberly Menozzi

A cycling novel that tells a boy-meets-woman lycra-and-love story.

Cycle of Lies, by Juliet Macur

Juliet Macur of the New York Times tells the story of the rise and fall of Lance Armstrong, the former seven-time Tour de France champion.

100 Tours, 100 Tales, by Suze Clemitson

A rich repository of Tour de France legend and lore, told with a personal twist.

The Valley Of Heaven And Hell, by Susie Kelly

An account of a modern cycling holiday in the valley of the Marne that is rich in the history of the land the author rides through, particularly the failed attempt by Marie Antoinette to escape revolutionary France in 1791.

Tour of Flanders: The Inside Story by Les Woodland

A brief history of the race they call the Ronde.

Sport in Capitalist Society, by Tony Collins

"The idea that sport has been hijacked by team owners or commodified by corporate interests fails to understand that modern sport is itself a creation of capitalism."

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