Meet the team
behind Road Book.
Ned completed his 17th Tour de France for ITV Sport this summer as lead commentator having reported on the event since its centenary year.
He is a best selling author, having penned four cycling titles and widely acknowledged as one of the most intelligent, respected and loved members within the wider sports media. If this wasn’t enough, he is excited to announce that after after a short break, the first ever one man theatrical show about cycling we be back in 2020.
Cillian Kelly is a renowned cycling statistician who has earned a reputation as a source of interesting and peculiar facts about the world of professional cycling.
He writes and co-hosts a podcast called This Week in Cycling History which regales and examines the races, riders and incidents of the past and how they have shaped the sport today. He writes regularly on his own website Irishpeloton.com which provides a mix of commentary and statistics and has also written articles for Pro Cycling Magazine, Rouleur and Cycling News. He also has a PhD in software development.
Orla Chennaoui, David Millar, Phil Liggett, Christian Prudhomme, Rochelle Gilmore, Rolf Sorensen, Robbie McEwen, Sean Kelly, Renaat Schotte, Ryder Hesjedal, Daniel Mangeas.
Phillipe Gilbert, Richard Carapaz, Annemiek van Vleuten, Michael Hutchinson, Matt Rendell, Orla Chennaoui, Bob Roll, Peter Cossins, Philippe Auclair, Tom Isitt, Paul Fournel, Kit Nicholson, Lucy Martin, Lukas Knöfler, Matthew Green, Steve Leard.
The Road Book Awards are adjudicated by a highly regarded truly international panel of judges, spreading across 9 countries and 3 continents. The panel includes those covering the sport in both the written media and the commentary box, as well as a range of ex cyclists, among them Grand Tour winners.
Our contributors also hail from every corner of the globe; South America to Africa and the USA – editor Ned Boulting has curated an international cast to share their unique insight and perspective on the pro cycling year with writing that will be read and re-read in years to come.