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  • Orion
  • Orion

Autobiography: sport, Prose: non-fiction, Cycling

Behind the scenes at the Tour de France with Britain's greatest hope, Bradley Wiggins.

'There is me trailing home 131st and, for all I know, I might be a top 50 rider if we all started on a level playing field...' Bradley Wiggins contemplates Floyd Landis testing positive for testosterone in the 2006 Tour de France.

The 2010 account will be an instant book published in the autumn following the Tour. Part day-by-day diary it will also include wider, deeper reflections on the history of the Tour, famous figures, etc and be illustrated with Scott Mitchell's atmospheric, black and white photography.

The Tour did feature in Wiggins's 2008 autobiography, but really only in the light of a scandal he was caught up in. The emphasis of that book was very much on his childhood, his father and track cycling at the Olympics; here, Wiggins' new found love of road racing and its pinnacle, the Tour de France, take centre stage.

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