French Revolutions: Cycling the Tour de France

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Random House, Jan 18, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 288 pages
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Self-confessed loafer Time Moore, seduced by the speed and glamour of the biggest annual sporting even in the world, sets out to cycle the course of the Tour de France. All 3,630km of it. Racing old men on butchers' bikes and chased by cows, Moore soon resorts to standard race tactics - cheating and drugs - in a hilarious and moving tale of true adventure.

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Great read, both humorous and educational. - Goodreads
The writing style was obnoxious and overdone. - Goodreads
This book is funny and easy to read. - Goodreads
Pace a bit slow at first but definitely picked up. - Goodreads
And I have to say, I loved the ending! - Goodreads
Love the authors style of writing. - Goodreads

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The writing style was obnoxious and overdone. Read full review

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User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

Safe to say I'll never ride mountains for the sake of riding them. Nor will I ever try to ride the whole of a Tour de France route in the same number of days (albeit much longer ones) than the pro ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Tim Moore's books include French Revolutions, Do Not Pass Go, Spanish Steps and Nul Points and I Believe in Yesterday. He lives in London.

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