A new edition of the book is now available on Amazon, with the new features and enhancements included below.
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The new features include:• The new Sport Bios feature, which has expanded its coverage of the sport of cycling from its original introduction in the early 1980s.
This new section is geared to athletes looking for their own personal sports guides and information, with tips and tricks from the sport’s best coaches.• The first ever Cycling Trends section, which offers a comprehensive overview of the latest trends in the sport, with exclusive insights from the top professional and amateur cyclists in the world.• A comprehensive overview and comparison of cycling’s cycling history from the ancient to the modern era, with a focus on the development of the Tour de France and World Cup.• An all-new section on the history of cycling, from the origins of the first professional race, to the first-ever race in the United States, to current competitions.• Highlights of cycling and the sport in other countries including the UK, France, Germany, Spain, and the US, as well as an extensive list of current international competitions.
The Sport Bible is also updated with information on the 2018 edition of Tour de l’Ain, which will be published later this year, with coverage of an event which saw the first ever professional race in France.
The latest edition of The Sport Book also features the introduction of the Sport Basics series, a series of videos that are part of the updated edition of Sport Bias, a guide to cycling culture, which was released last year.
The new Sport Bible comes with a new and improved cover design, updated to reflect the sport and its fans.
The 2017 edition of this book has also been updated to include the 2018 Tour de Suisse, a race that saw some of the greatest cycling talents from across the world battle it out for the overall title, as revealed in the first edition.
In the 2017 edition, this was accompanied by an updated Tour de Yorkshire section, a new section on cycling in the UK and a section on Cycling in the U.S., covering the events taking place in those countries.