By Phil Gaimon
Plump, grumpy, slumped at the sofa, and going nowhere quick at age sixteen, Phil Gaimon started using a bicycle with the grand ambition of laying off a couple of kilos sooner than going off to varsity. He quickly fell into racing and came upon he was once a usual, driving his means right into a seasoned agreement after only one season regardless of utter lack of information of a century of biking etiquette. Now, in his e-book Pro biking on $10 a Day, Phil brings the entire powers of his wit to inform his story.
Presented the following as a guide--and a warning--to aspiring racers who dream of becoming a member of the pro racing circus, Phil's adventures in street rash function a hilarious and cautionary story of exasperating group administrators and damaged provides. Phil's schooling within the methods of the peloton, his discouraging negotiations for a greater agreement, his unending miles crisscrossing the USA in pursuit of race wins, and his conviction that someplace simply round the nook lies the price tag to the large time gasoline this story of wish and ambition from one in all cycling's most sensible story-tellers.
Pro biking on $10 a Day chronicles the racer's day-by-day lot of blood-soaked bandages, sleazy resorts, reasonable nutrition, and overflowing bathrooms. however it additionally celebrates the genuine great thing about the game and the value of the adventure, proving finally that even one of the slender ranks of world-class expert biking, there'll regularly be room for a hard-working outsider.