Putnam Books It's Not About the Bike Books

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The inspiring journey of world-class hero Lance Armstrong, from the dark night of advanced cancer through his dramatic victory in the 1999 Tour de France, and beyond. ISBN: 0399146113

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[Aug 14, 2011]
smokey422
Recreational Rider

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5
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5
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Honesty and insight.

Weakness:

none.

This is the pull-no-punches story of Lance, from his childhood in Plano, TX to his first TDF victory. It is inspirational, brutally honest, and a good look inside what makes the greatest TDF rider of all time tick. (Eddy is still the greatest all-around cyclist).

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Lance's second book (also good).

[Apr 12, 2002]
sophia
Racer

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5
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5
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do i have to list em all??

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are u for reals?

u gotta read this book.. who would have thought an autobiography would be soo inspirational..and at the same time not boring? it was a great "go-getter!" it is a must read book!

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hah..ya right!

[Jan 23, 2002]
Rusty
Cross Country Rider

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5
VALUE
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5
Strength:

Honesty, tell-it-like-it-is reading

I was not that much of an Armstrong fan before reading this book. However, this book gives a lot of insight into Lance, the man, and I found it to be difficult to put the book down at times. The book also gives the reader an appreciation of what professional racing is all about. I learned a lot. The book also challenges you to re-evaluate yourself, and what''s important in life.

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