For Every cycling fan

The Ultimate Cycling Chronicle

BRILLIANT ESSAYS. ESSENTIAL DATA. EVERY YEAR

Born in 2018, The Road Book is the first of its kind, suppling data from every single World Tour race across the Men’s and Women’s calendar, exclusive essays, editorials from leading figures within cycling, team profiles, and the kind of considered content our readers will dip in and out of for years to come.

The Road Book provides any fan of the sport the ultimate chronicle.

  • Stats From Every Race

  • The Finest Contributors

  • Produced Annually

  • Not Available Anywhere Else

"Remains true to it's aim of being 'The Ultimate Chronicle' of the sport"

Road.cc

Meticulously logged by The Road Book's team of nerds, infographics help illustrate many of the trends and add historical context

rouleur

The Road Book is a volume worthy of diehard fans

The Times

It is timeless: A book that looks beautiful on the bookshelves but it is impossible to leave alone, year after year

Fabrizio Viani

MEET THE TEAM

Ned Boulting

In the heady days of 2017, Ned, to his surprise, found that road cycling lacked its own dedicated equivalent to the annual Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack. Enter: The Road Book, the annual Cycling Almanack. Ned edits our iconic Red Series, and regularly contributes to our ‘retro’ Blue Series.

He has been an integral part of ITV’s Tour de France coverage since 2003, cementing his place within the cycling world as a respected reporter, presenter and writer. Ned’s portfolio of work is vast and varied, alongside the Tour, annual credit includes coverage of the Tour of Britain and Vuelta a España.

Read The Journal

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    Mark Cavendish Exclusive

    Read an exclusive an extract of Mark Cavendish's essay from The Road Book 2023.

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    Rider of The Year: Sepp Kuss

    The under-dog, hero of the people, a man that has been the super-domestique for many seasons – a workhorse anyone would want on their team, Sepp Kuss' loyalty is unquestionable.

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    The Best Books on The Tour De France

    Here at The Road Book, we love a great piece of cycling writing we thought we would share a few of our favourite cycling books with you. 

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