[Free Reading] The Story of the Giro d'Italia: A Year-by-Year History of the Tour of Italy, Volume Two: 1971-2011 (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Bill McGann, Carol McGann, Wyntner Woody, McGann Publishing, LLC: Audible AudiobooksAuthor Bill McGann – Carcier.co

Will now buy the earlier one Die wichtigsten Etappen und Gesamt Platzierungen in Textform F r jeden Fan empfehlenswert, der sich erinnern will.Fachlich fundiert Gibt s nicht in Deutsch a very good read for people who wants to known about the giro of italia Add this to my collection of cycle books having read their tdf books this i just had to buy a must for all cycle fans This was a gift for my father who is an enthusiast of cycling and he really enjoyed the read. Perfetto per chi curioso di conoscere tutti i particolari e gli aneddoti che ruotano intorno al Giro d Italia Il libro in inglese e si presenta come una cronaca, anno dopo anno, di come si sono svolte le varie edizioni, dei vincitori e del clima degli anni Un lavoro mastodontico, svolto con professionalit e precisione storica Davvero un must per gli appassionati di ciclismo. I m a latecomer to the world of road racing, it s books like this that leave me wanting The authors style is easy and flowing but informative too Well done The Giro d Italia is one of the world s most important and popular bicycle races, yet there is almost no information in English about this magical Italian race s rich past With The Story of the Giro d Italia, the fabulous history of Italy s national tour is at last available Volume One took the story of the Giro from its origin as a desperate promotional gamble by a nearly broke newspaper to Eddy Merckx s convincingvictory Volume Two describes the growth of the Giro into a modern, vital international race that is followed by cycling fans all over the world Along the way, the stories and races that have excited the public over the last forty years are told, including the Francesco Moser Giuseppe Saronni rivalry, the tragic tale of Marco Pantani and the Alberto Contador affair that left the Spaniard stripped of hisGiro championship McGann does not not only present the facts of the race, but describes the story of the Giro almost as if he were writing a novel Extra attention is paid to certain riders, such as Marco Pantani, who did not win all that much but made a huge impact among fans around the world through occasional greatness and complicated personalities An honest commentary is given on the sad state of doping in this sport If you enjoyed The Story of the Tour de France, you would enjoy this book also. I bought this as a birthday gift for someone who was VERY happy with it, which is all I wanted smile