"HighRoad: Chasing the Yellow Jersey will make your heart race. This isn't justabout cycling. It has love, murder, intrigue, revenge, and scandal. At timesit's almost as if one isn't just reading the words on the page, but is actuallyon a bike, pedaling like mad, gasping for air, and pushing oneself pastphysical and mental exhaustion to make it to the finish line. These pages flyby and leave the reader breathless." Self-Publishing Review, ★★★★½
"Chaunerdeftly describes a compelling and complicated story of a hero haunted by hispast yet driven with noble intentions weighed down by manipulation, greed,power, deceit-- even murder. A compelling read that asks "Would yousettle for the short race, or do you have what it takes to hit the "HighRoad?". -- IndieReader, ★★★★★
"You don't need to be a cyclist to enjoy this book. Icould not put it down, and neither did I work out the ending. This is abrilliant read, although Phil Sterling did seem to come very near to home!" Phil Liggett, mbe. London.
About the Author
David Chauner is recognized as one of America’s most influential figures in the sport of professional cycling. As a cyclist, he competed nationally and internationally, medaled in the U.S. national championships six times and was a member of the 1968 and 1972 Olympic Teams. Since he retired from racing in 1975 he has remained actively engaged in the sport as a writer, commentator and professional event organizer. Chauner was inducted into the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame in 1998 and has published articles on cycling in all major cycling magazines as well as Sports Illustrated and the New York Times. He co-authored the Tour de France Complete Book of Cycling in 1990 (Villard Books). He is currently the CEO of World Cycling League. High Road is his first novel.