Graham Watson Will be Your Personal Tour De France "Tour Guide"

Experience the Tour Like an Insider with 31-Year Veteran's Travel Guide - June 11, 2009

Joe Friel Updates the Bestselling Training Book for Serious Cyclists

Internationally recognized cycling coach Joe Friel has updated The Cyclist's Training Bible, the bestselling and most comprehensive training book for serious cyclists. - March 12, 2009

Train for Ironman with the New Edition of Going Long from VeloPress

VeloPress has updated Going Long, the most comprehensive guide to racing Ironman-distance triathlons ever written, in time for triathletes to begin training for late-season Ironman races. - March 06, 2009

VeloPress Publishes Bicycling for Women in Time for Spring

Bicycling for Women is an essential resource for women who want to learn more about cycling in time for the spring riding season. - March 04, 2009

New Edition of The Triathlete's Training Bible Will Make Triathletes Smarter, Stronger, and Faster

The Triathlete's Training Bible, just released in a completely revised third edition, will make you a smarter, stronger, faster triathlete. - February 06, 2009

Matt Fitzgerald's New Runner's Diary Helps Runners Set Personal Records

Running coach and fitness journalist Matt Fitzgerald has improved upon this critical training tool with his new book, The Runner's Diary: A Daily Training Log. - February 04, 2009

VeloPress Revises Weight Training for Cyclists

Cyclists Build Power and Endurance with Weight Training for Cyclists. - November 23, 2008

VeloPress Publishes the First Strength Training Book for Triathletes

VeloPress is pleased to announce the publication of the first strength training book for triathletes. Strength Training for Triathletes by Dr. Patrick Hagerman is a groundbreaking book, the first to integrate strength training into the triathlete's training regimen. Now triathletes who are reaching... - November 13, 2008

Campagnolo Celebrates 75th Anniversary with a Lavish History Book, Campagnolo: 75 Years of Cycling Passion

This fall, revered cycling component manufacturer Campagnolo celebrates 75 years of its glorious and storied legacy with a new book: Campagnolo: 75 Years of Cycling Passion. - October 18, 2008

Bob Roll Calls A Dog in a Hat "the Most Authentic Book Ever Written" on Pro Cycling in Europe

VeloPress has published A Dog in a Hat, the remarkable story of Joe Parkin, one of the first Americans to race a bike in Europe. - August 30, 2008

Tour de France Success of Young Riders Highlights Advances in Junior and Espoir Racing

VeloPress Publishes Bike Racing for Juniors: A Guide for Riders, Parents, and Coaches. - July 31, 2008

Olympic Athlete Writes Children's Book on Soccer and Being a Good Team Player

Erin Mirabella's Shawn Sheep the Soccer Star Available in Time for Summer Olympics, National Youth Soccer Month. - July 18, 2008

Velopress Publishes The Tour is Won on the Alpe in Time for This Year's Epic Climbing Stage

In time for July's Tour de France and its featured ascent of Alpe d'Huez, VeloPress has published The Tour Is Won on the Alpe: Alpe d'Huez and the Classic Battles of the Tour de France by cycling historian Jean-Paul Vespini. - June 21, 2008

Blazing Saddles Plunges into the Tour de France's Rousing and Rowdy History

Blazing Saddles: The Cruel and Unusual History of the Tour de France spins a riotous tale of the inspiring and sometimes astonishing history of cycling's most famous race, its whimsical mishaps and astounding feats. - May 24, 2008

Why do Roadies Shave Their Legs? New Book Celebrates the Roadie Lifestyle and Explains the Sport of Cycling

Veteran race announcer and long-time roadie Jamie Smith sets out to explain the sport he loves and the roadies who live for it in his new book from VeloPress, Roadie: The Misunderstood World of a Bike Racer. - March 22, 2008

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