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The Road Book 2020
From a crisis, a fragile, beautiful endeavour had been called into life. While it lived, it kept us all under its spell. These pages are a tribute to a year like no other – a year apart.The perfect publication for any serious cycling enthusiast capturing every single World Tour race of 2020 across the men's and women's calendar. Essential reading.
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Brilliant essays. Essential data. Every year.

The Road Book 2020


Born in 2018, The Road Book is the first of its kind, supplying data from every single World Tour race across the Men’s and Women’s calendar, exclusive essays, editorial from leading figures within cycling, team profiles, and the kind of considered editorial our readers will dip in and out of for years to come.

In its third year, The Road Book 2020 returns to document the biggest threat to professional racing and how it bounced back from the COVID 19 pandemic to produce some of the most pulsating and dramatic moments in recent memory.

The Road Book quite simply has never arguably had a more important brief to tell the tale of 2020.


The Road Book EST 2018

Team Profiles

The Journal


“More than a race”- Matt Rendell

It is that time of year, the time of my favourite stage race, the Giro d’Italia – except that, for me, it is more than a bike race. Or rather,...

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Speaker’s Corner – Anthony McCrossan

It’s 5.30am. I was awake at 3.00 as well. There is something unique about this day. Maybe my unconscious relates back to the first time I was speaker at this...

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The Red Line

“The Red Line: Liège-Bastogne-Liège” by Jonny Long

The Road Book presents “The Red Line” An alternative to a simple race report, bringing you regular impressions and musings to complement the racing calendar. This week Jonny Long looks...

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