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 3 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 3 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 4 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 5 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 8 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 11 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.
As an avid rider and road-racing fan, I have wondered what the effects of doping would be like for the "average Joe", both the pluses and minuses. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Long Rider
I bought this book last year but didn't read it until a few months after the Armstrong "confession". Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amy Backer