Merckx: Half Man, Half Bike Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
He certainly had a good influence on our generation.
We didn't have time for naughty stuff, all that mattered was jumping on our bikes after school or during Holidays, race friends, pretending to be Merckx (I did).
The writer reveals a lot of details of Merckx's career in his book. The drive, the ambition, the struggle of the Man. Details I was never aware of.
My admiration for Eddy Merckx remains the same after all those years and it was nice to be able to look back at all the achievements of his.
If you are a cycling fan or a Merckx fan, certainly worth reading.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I find the writing terribly dull--like reading the game notes in the newspaper: "so and so finished first, this other guy finished second, somebody finished third. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Mark
Really nice book, good description of Merckx personalityPublished 1 month ago by HUMBERTO RAMIREZ GAMEZ - SJO 3468
He was already my hero ... and his story was much better than I knew.Published 2 months ago by Sealgaire
Too much details , kinda boring. Doesn't completely tell full stories, as if we knew the ending. It gives all this detail about a race and the final km's, then jumps to a new... Read morePublished 2 months ago by fee services
If your a cyclist that puts in the effort to become fitter, faster and competitive then you'll appreciate the accomplishments of Merckx. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Al Dietz
I enjoyed it. As a lover of all things bicycle to read about the greatest of all was inspiring. It was a little hard to follow at times but overall gave a good understanding... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas A Herberger