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  • Friday August 5, 2016

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    With the mega sporting festival that is the Olympics upon us, it is an unfortunate reality that doping stories are fighting for equal time with actual sporting stories. "Spitting in the Soup" is a hard-hitting, comprehensive, and highly readable analysis of the varying societal and historical forces driving our love-hate relationship with sports and doping.

  • Sunday March 13, 2016

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    After his attack on the Tour of Sufferlandria, Leslie Reissner has turned back to his more normal position on the PEZ staff as our culture editor to review a great book of paintings from the World championships in Richmond by Greig Leach.

  • Sunday February 14, 2016

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    Book Review: Due to the winter weather Chuck Peña has been catching up with his reading list and top of that list (so far) is "Ride the Revolution: The Inside Stories from Women in Cycling" edited by Suze Clemitson. A book not just for women, but a part of cycling history.

  • Sunday February 7, 2016

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    Book Review: This kind of bicycle collection is different from other transportation museums and its personal quirkiness is deeply attractive because the history of the bicycle itself is nothing if not quirky. And the machines that are so beautifully featured in “Bicycling Through Time: The Farren Collection” must rank amongst the most illustrative specimens of that history.

  • Sunday December 6, 2015

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    Book Review: Some say “to travel is better than to arrive” but planning the trip can be more fun than anything else. Mapping le Tour by Ellis Bacon maps the journey taken from the first Tour to 2014 when the French race hit the roads of Yorkshire.

  • Sunday June 8, 2014

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    The author of such famous cycling books as 'Slaying the Badger' and 'Tour de France 100', journalist Richard Moore has been busy on something new. We caught up with the UK-based author to talk about book projects old and new, and much more from this wealth of cycling knowledge.

  • Sunday April 28, 2013

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    PEZ's Literary Editor Leslie Reissner checks out a book on the legendary Italian rider Gino Bartali that investigates his amazing life story that goes far beyond just the cycling champion that he was.

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