Launched in November 2018, the world’s most compelling sport finally received the chronicle it deserved. The Road Book, edited by Ned Boulting is a landmark publication containing a comprehensive review of the year’s racing, from the first World Tour race of the year (the Tour Down Under) to the last (the Tour of Guangxi).

After a successful release in 2018, The Road Book is back in 2019 to again provide a comprehensive review of the cycling season with exclusive essays from the cream of cycling writing, extensive race reports and team profiles that have already made The Road Book an indispensable companion that enhances every serious cycling fans enjoyment of the sport. Both a thrilling reminder of the crucial moments of the season just gone and the perfect companion whether you want to dip in or indulge the season to come, this annual collectable publication will be the historical record of Cycling.


Whether appealing to your ‘inner geek’ with an unprecedented level of statistics or recounting the emotional story of the season through our Gallery, relive the dramas of the most “beautiful and chaotic, captivating and maddening, thrilling and stultifying of sports”. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we did crafting it.

My greatest Grand Tour victory? I’m not sure that’s the right word. But it was my most ingenious. That was the moment of my season this year
— Chris Froome
But I knew, from training, that I could do as much if not more than Froomey. So I knew that if I could do that in training, why would it be any different in a race?
— Geraint Thomas