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.
- Pro Cycling on $10 a Day, by Phil Gaimon
- Rusch to Glory, by Rebecca Rusch with Selene Yeager
- My Time, by Bradley Wiggins
- The Climb, by Chris Froome
- Domestique: The Real-life Ups and Downs of a Tour Pro, by Charly Wegelius
- The Secret Race: Inside the Hidden World of the Tour de France, by Tyler Hamilton and Daniel Coyle
- Team 7-Eleven: How an Unsung Band of American Cyclists Took on the World - and Won, by Geoff Drake
- 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.