At Speed (Paperback)
My Life in the Fast Lane
VeloPress, 9781937715045, 280pp.
Publication Date: December 3, 2013
Following his debut best-seller "Boy Racer," Cavendish has truly come of age as one of the best cycling sprinters of all time.
In "At Speed," the Manx Missile details what it took to become the winningest Tour sprinter ever, examines the plan that led to his world championship victory, reveals the personal toll of his sacrifice that helped teammate Bradley Wiggins become the UK's first-ever Tour de France winner, and confesses his bitter disappointment at the London Olympic Games.
Screaming fights with teammates, rancorous contract negotiations, crushing disappointments for Mark Cavendish, winning is always the cure. His book At Speed is the page-turning story of a living legend in the sport of cycling.
About the Author
Widely regarded as the most exciting and charismatic young rider to join the sport in years, Cavendish will be the most closely watched sprinter in the pro peloton in 2013.
Praise For At Speed: My Life in the Fast Lane…
Praise for Mark Cavendish's debut book Boy Racer
“Brash, brutal, honest.” — USA Today
“A masterclass in the art of winning.” — Daily Telegraph
“You’ll tear through this book with sheer delight and find yourself quoting bits of it for weeks to come.” — Podiumcafe.com
“Exceptionally well-written.” — TheWashingMachinePost.net
“Unputdownable.” — Sporting Reflections