For the 10th consecutive year, The Big Book of French Cycling, supported by the National Cycling League, covers all of the French races in addition to the largest worldwide races that will have taken place in 2020. It is subsequently the one album which traces your complete season, from January to November, from the primary races in Australia till Tour of Spain, on the finish of a year whose calendar has been utterly upset.
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“It was printed in the Ain on the night of Tuesday 10 to 11 November”
“This is the tenth in a row, explain to us Christophe Penot of Editions Crisel. It was printed in Ain on the night of Tuesday November 10 to 11. Frankly, it is a very dense book, which we have refined to the end, even redoing a double page already ready on David Gaudu to integrate his second victory. And, above all, we made room for all the canceled races, in the name of collective solidarity. Without forgetting that Jean-François Quénet gave great texts. In short, you should have fun turning the pages. “
“For the best, the will to keep moving forward …”
“It is also the only annual album to offer such a rich iconography, with more than 300 photos signed by great cycling photographers. What a year, obviously historic! For the worst, a planet brought to its knees by the coronavirus … For the best, the will to keep moving forward … Tribute, therefore, to all those who have allowed cycling to enchant us (organizers, teams …)! Tribute to the riders who fought like never before, in a calendar largely cut … “
Let’s discover, from the primary to the final race, let’s discover Pogacar, the hero of Tour de France, Geoghegan Hart, winner of Giro, Van Aert and Van der Poel, the lads of the classics. Let’s discover Arnaud Démare, fourteen occasions winner this season. Let’s discover Julian Alaphilippe, ceaselessly world champion in 2020!
STRONG POINTS :
– The solely annual that covers your complete biking season – A really wealthy iconography: greater than 300 photographs – A big pagination: 192 pages
– Texts by Jean-François QUÉNET and Robin WATTRAINT
– Photographs by Bruno BADE, Étienne GARNIER and Yuzuru SUNADA
– Preface by Arnaud DÉMARE, champion of France