The long-awaited autobiography from the father of modern British cycling
Chris Boardman is one of Britain's most high-profile cyclists. He won a gold medal at the Olympics in 1992, and in 1994 became the first British rider since Tommy Simpson in 1967 to wear the race leader's yellow jersey in the Tour de France. He lives on the Wirral, Merseyside, with his wife and six children.
"A genuinely humble man who, over the last thirty years, has played a pivotal role in the success story of British cycling" -- Dr Steve Peters