Richard Abraham Tour de France: Climbs from Above Book
In Tour de France: Climbs from Above, author and journalist Richard Abraham describes in detail the challenges of some of cycling's most infamous climbs, along with their rich history. As the title suggests, this is a wonderfully illustrated book, with over 200 high-resolution aerial photographs showing a new perspective on ascents like Great St Bernard Pass, the punishingly steep Col du Galibier, and Alpe d'Huez's famous hairpins.
- Experience the thrill and intensity of the Tour de France's most challenging climbs
- Breathtaking aerial photography of 20 notorious Tour de France Hors Categorie climbs
- Illustrated using Google Earth's high-definition satellite imagery
- Explores their rich history of the climbs
- More than 220 photographs
- 224 pages
- Publisher: Carlton Books; second edition (November 6, 2018)
- Product dimensions: 11.2 x 1 x 9.8 inches
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