Tour de France Companion 2005

Tour de France Companion 2005

An in-depth guide to the Tour de France includes information on all aspects of the cycling race, from the strategy and history to the code of behavior, and includes a color insert celebrating Lance Armstrong's six historic victories.

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Publisher Workman Publishing Company
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Pages 184 pages
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