The Story of the Tour De France [Paperback] [2006] (Author) Carol McGann Bill Mcgann pdf epub

The Story Of The Tour De France [Paperback] [2006] (Author) Carol Mcgann Bill Mcgann


Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing (August 9, 2006)
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“This book (Volume 1 of 2) covers each Tour de France race leading up to the first TdF race in 1903 through 1964 race: the racers, the start, the problems, the rivals (countries and individuals), and the winners. For those who want to delve further in...”