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The Road Book 2022

$65.00

"On the last day of The Tour de France, the Tour de France began"

Here is the ultimate, definitive chronicle of the 2022 cycling season.

The Road Book 2022 is a lovingly crafted hardback cycling book, diligently capturing the gripping 2022 season in intricate detail. 

This veritable tome marks our 5th anniversary publishing the world's premier cycling almanack, and we think it's an edition worthy of such rarefied company. 

With well over 900 pages of exclusive, unrivalled data and infographics from every professional race in the men's and women's calendar; including analysis of Pogačar's immortal words "I'm dead, I'm gone!" and the first ever Tour de France Femmes. 

This mighty book also includes unique personal insights from cycling experts and the riders who experienced it all. There is no greater way to reminisce over the 2022 season. 

With a special introduction by our editor Ned Boulting, this 'end of year' summary is not available anywhere else, placing the entire cycling season into context, and offering a reference to enjoy for years to come. 

This lovingly composed compendium truly is the premier method of reliving the remarkable, record breaking, monumental season of cycling that was 2022. 

2022's edition brings together In the Winner's Words from cycling greats: 

  • Lorena Wiebes
  • Matej Mohorič
  • Magnus Cort

Alongside insightful contributions from:

  • Ned Boulting
  • Peter Cossins
  • Giles Belbin
  • Edward Pickering
  • Herbie Sykes
  • Guillaume Martin
  • Andre Greipel
  • Isabel Best
  • Amy Lauren Jones
  • Katy Madgwick
  • Sophie Smith

 

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    "ON THE LAST DAY OF THE TOUR DE FRANCE, THE TOUR DE FRANCE BEGAN"

    Ed Pickering
    Herbie Sykes
    Sophie Smith
    Andre Greipel
    Lorena Wiebes
    Guillaume Martin
    Isobel Best
    Magnus Cort Nielsen
    Matej Mohoric

    Customer Reviews

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    David Armstrong
    A Year of Stats

    Brilliant look back at 2022. Full of stats, results and excellent articles. Perfect for all racing cyclist fans.

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    IKR
    Informative and Comprehensive Cycling Almanac

    For cycling race nerds this is as good as it gets. All the major and minor details for everything road cycling. Full of interesting tidbits that would probably not be known unless you worked with or were part of a cycling team(s).

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    Michael Holden
    Brilliant ... and it only gets better

    In this day and age - where everything is just a mouse-click or two away - there is something so refreshing about getting the Road Book out.

    The 'In their own Words', Ned's editorial introduction, and all the essays are brilliant in themselves - and well worth reading straight away.

    But the beauty of this book lies elsewhere. Sure, I get the 2022 edition out from time to time. But invariably, when I'm reading about a rider or a race from a previous season, I find myself reverting to an earlier edition. And that is where the real fun begins! So often I find myself getting lost in a half-remembered race, and then going off on a half-dozen different tangents.

    What a wonderful way to look back on a cycling season. And just like a good wine, each Rood Book will only become more important with the passing of time.

    So much care and thought has gone into the Road Book; top quality production and paper.

    A treasure! I can't recommend this book highly enough.

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    Dominick Donnelly
    Love it

    A beautiful, comprehensive and insightful joy, every year. Love it.

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    Lewis Knight
    An annual event

    The Road Book is now an annual event. It’s a must have for cycling fans. It’s contains info and stats you didn’t know you even needed. It brings the memories of the races and the cycling year back to life with exquisite writing from the worlds’ talented peloton of cycling journalists. Christmas Day is now that little bit more special.