Saturday, August 29, 2015

Bury Your Head In A Book

While summer begins to approach its end and a fresh school year is beginning, texts for work and academics are increasingly important.

However, as of late, my head has been buried in multiple relaxing reads. Unfortunately, my blog has been lacking, but numerous cycling books are worth recommending.

In no particular order, here is a list of recommendations that stray from work, academics, and technology. Sit down, crack open a book, reminisce on the good 'ol days, and read yourself to sleep.

  1. Pro Cycling on $10 a Day, by Phil Gaimon
  2. Rusch to Glory, by Rebecca Rusch with Selene Yeager
  3. My Time, by Bradley Wiggins
  4. The Climb, by Chris Froome
  5. Domestique: The Real-life Ups and Downs of a Tour Pro, by Charly Wegelius
  6. The Secret Race: Inside the Hidden World of the Tour de France, by Tyler Hamilton and Daniel Coyle
  7. Team 7-Eleven: How an Unsung Band of American Cyclists Took on the World - and Won, by Geoff Drake
  8. The Belgian Hammer: Forging Young Americans into Professional Cyclists, by Daniel Lee
If you are not interested in a lengthy read, indulge in a brilliant VeloNews article on Lachlan Morton and Thereabouts.

At this point, I do plan on updating my blog more often. Check back soon for POC, Rapha, and Voler product reviews!