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The last 50 years of cycling history parade through these pages, a fascinating, turbulent and controversial history like Guimard himself, of which he himself is the protagonist and frontline architect. The sometimes brutal frankness of the Boss, as his teammates baptized him when he made his professional debut, claims some illustrious victim in this fast-paced and essential volume, although he also erects the occasional statue. The modernities of cycling, read earpieces, UCI points and scientific doping, also get their share of relentless criticism. There is no doubt that someone who has been in the race for so long knows very well what he is talking about.
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