The book is great narrative written by a first-time juicer. I'm really enjoying the read. Hopefully, he starts taking some AI's and N2Clean with his T :)Published 2 months ago by Steven Young
Not sure what to say is that there is way too much information about Tilin's personal life and dysfunctional relationship with his wife. Read morePublished 14 months ago by RexWrecks
Andrew Talin's 'The Doper Next Door' is a oddly fascinating read about a middle aged journalist who cycles at a high recreational level. Mr. Read morePublished 14 months ago by james
As a amateur cyclist that has raced since 1996 I have wondered about the thinks that the author talks about in this book. He brings up the concept of doping in the amateur ranks. Read morePublished 14 months ago by ParamedicGal
especially for someone like me who participates in lots of age group endurance sports. I would recommend to others interested in PED use among amateurs and age groupers.Published 15 months ago by RunnerJ
I wanted to like this book. I thought I had read Tilin's article in Outside covering the same journey and remembered enjoying it, but it must have been another writer. Read morePublished 19 months ago by A. Hinman
A regular everyday rider dopes to find out how it effects his performance. The author is a bit long winded in getting to what I was really interested in but I enjoyed the book.Published 21 months ago by curtis d jones
This book was entertaining to read.
Not sure that I learned anything useful from it though.
Was more about anti-aging then cycling in my opinion.
I really wanted to like this book. It was an interesting premise that is painfully stretched to fill an entire book.Published 24 months ago by rider