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How the Race Praise for Books by Peter Cossins The First Tour de France: Sixty Cyclists and Nineteen Days of Daring on the Road to Paris A book that will entertain everyone–from those casually interested in an adventure tale to avid sports enthusiasts. ―Galveston County Daily News Essential . . . The First Tour de France takes you back to the race itself. Cossins produces a deeply researched and detailed description of the race that toggles between background information on the races organization and the individual stages with long stretches of real-time-style stage reporting one chapter at a time. The effect of this especially the latter is soaring. ―Podium Café Ultimate Etapes: Ride Europes Greatest Cycling Stages Ultimate Étapes has Europes best rides . . . stunning.–Coach Had me drooling brainstorming and note-taking throughout . . . made me want to drop everything and visit [the] particular region with my bike. –Podium Café The Monuments: The Grit and the Glory of Cyclings Greatest One-Day Races In this new book from Peter Cossins each race is given its due including history anecdotes and legendary performances. ―Bicycling Peter Cossins is an engaging writer whose conversational style makes this an effortless yet interesting read. The cozy tone delivers a great deal with a good balance of history and anecdotes. If you wish to explore cycling beyond the Grand Tours this is the book. ―Carlton Kirby Butcher Blacksmith Acrobat Sweep: The Tale of the First Tour de France Enthralling . . . Full of outlandish characters and ripping yarns it makes for a cracking good read. –Bikes Etc. How the Race Was Won – by