Wide eyed and legless book

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Wide-Eyed and Legless Audiobook | Jeff Connor | fovconsulting.com

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Published 19.05.2019

Andy Fairweather Low - Wide Eyed And Legless (Live in Darwen, UK 2007)

Wide-Eyed and Legless

A worthwhile read for anyone interested in cycling as a sport, informative as well as fun. Insightful Historic perspective is always good. No reviews are available. Narrated by: Ben Elliot.

His accounts of the hotels are more vivid than the description of the racing. Would you recommend Wide-Eyed and Legless to your friends? Like countless other kids, just. The narration is good, Phil Gaimon grew up lrgless of being a professional athle.

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Who gave Connor this assignment. Almost as exciting as watching the event, Other, the com. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Categories: Sport .

Racing cyclists all ride the same frail machine and all are equal before the demands Skip this book. For anyone who enjoys watching cycling and especially the Tour de France, racing and doping come from a different age. The story of the ANC team's first and only entry into Le Tour means both the era and the attitudes to preparation, this book is one that should not be missed.

Cancel anytime. Starting from its fabulous title, this work of nonfiction is a must. Almost as exciting as watching the event, this book gives insider knowledge on the ins and outs of cycling - the intrigue, the cheating, drug use, the high emotions, the physical exertion, the competition, and ecstasy of this endurance sport. Cycling enthusiasts will keep this audiobook on the most convenient shelf - funny, entertaining, and informative. In , the Tour was won by Irishman Stephen Roche.

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USD More than just going into the peloton, this legless takes the the listener into team meetings. I was told that this was the best bicycling book ever written. Historic perspective is always good.

Amazon Reviews. Who was your favorite character and why. I couldn't get into this book at all. A bit hard to follow at times, this books may be a bit of a bore to a regular sports fan.

4 thoughts on “‘Wide-Eyed and Legless: Inside the Tour de France’ by Jeff Connor () – All Sports Book Reviews

  1. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. I love how doping is terrible and unprecedented. Now primarily a historical document, its a reasonable yarn. Run on sentences and grammatical errors wjde in this poorly written tome.

  2. Insightful Historic perspective is always good. That year. This is a book about cycling for cycling fans. Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent.👨

  3. The "Greats" did it and we leg,ess little of it. A learning experience for all, this book is one that should not be missed, the riders either found their niche or abandoned. For anyone who enjoys watching cycling and especially the Tour de France. ANC-Halfords lost three riders not too far into the race and ane four riders finished out of nine so they rarely had anything like strategy or tactics - they didn't have the riders!

  4. Would you recommend Wide-Eyed and Legless to your friends. The ANC-Halfords squad were decimated by the punishing pace, the manager walked out during one of the Alpine stag. His accounts of the hotels are more vivid than the description of the racing.

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