Bill Strickland is the editor-at-large for "Bicycling" magazine and the author of "Ten Points," "We Might as Well Win" (coauthored with JOhan Bruyneel), and "The Quotable Cyclist." He has ridden and raced throughout Europe, Australia, and Africa, and he currently races for the amateur cycling team Hup United. He lives in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. "From the Hardcover edition."
"Cycling writer Strickland is all over the story of Lance Armstrong s return in 2009, after a three-year absence, to the Tour de France....Strickland, who had access to Armstrong s inner circle, enhances it with an eye for detail and an understanding of its importance in the context of cycling s own physical demands and singular history. An irresistible account of a story that needed telling." "Booklist," starred review "From the Hardcover edition.""