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When Chris Boardman first raced against Graeme Obree, in a time trial in Newtonards, Northern Ireland, in 1990, it was the start of a rivalry that captivated the British public for a decade and brought cycling on to the front pages. This title tells the story of how Britain first started to dominate cycling.
Edward Pickering is the deputy editor of Cycle Sport magazine and has also written for Cycling Weekly, the New York Times, and Loaded. He was the co-author of Robbie McEwen's autobiography, One Way Road, published in 2011.