It was a great read, I had a difficult time putting it down once I started reading it.
Even if you're not a pro cycling fan, this book gives great insight into the experience of the Italian people during the turbulent post-war years.
Also has references to other great such as Bartali and Magne, a great read for the cycling enthusiast.
This is wonderful book on a great champion and the history of Italy.Published 4 months ago by JAMES WILSON
It was a great read, I had a difficult time putting it down once I started reading it. Highly recommended.Published 9 months ago by CynMac
If you don't read Italian your sources of a general history of Coppi are limited. If you would like a pretty good "cyclist's perspective" on Coppi I think this more than... Read morePublished 10 months ago by AV bike-biker
A very readable account of the public and private sides of Fausto Coppi. This book is One of Fotheringham's best.Published 14 months ago by 7Cycleman
Great read if you are into that sort of thing. Just get it and read it. You will enjoy it.Published 16 months ago by Zitto Gambe
having read other books by Fotheringham on Simpson then Mercyxx I was disapponted by this book. He somehow seems to have lost the passion or the topic just became too difficult... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Outback Aussie
A most interesting book about one of the worlds best cyclists, a true 'campione'.
Also has references to other great such as Bartali and Magne, a great read for the cycling... Read more