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At Speed: My Life in the Fast Lane (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 3. Dezember 2013

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Praise for Mark Cavendish's debut book "Boy Racer"

"Brash, brutal, honest." -- USA Today

"A masterclass in the art of winning." -- Daily Telegraph

"You'll tear through this book with sheer delight and find yourself quoting bits of it for weeks to come." -- Podiumcafe.com

"Exceptionally well-written." -- TheWashingMachinePost.net

"Unputdownable." -- Sporting Reflections

There is, though, a lot in "At Speed" to make it a good book, a book about struggling with success, the difficulty of staying on top once you get there "At Speed" is the more introspective, probably tells us more about Cavendish the professional, shows more of what really drives him to be as intense as he is. Boy Racer might be a more enjoyable read, but At Speed is more rewarding. Podium Cafe

"At Speed" reveals every facet of the man known simply as Cav Throughout the book you rarely feel that any of Cavendish s views have been airbrushed or, conversely, built up to either avoid or deliberately provoke controversy. He offers honest insights which are simultaneously simplistic and yet original Ultimately the joy of At Speed is the sense that, warts and all, this is the story of a rare sportsman. Velo Voices

"At Speed" is a valuable book for anyone who is interested in an inside, detailed account of a top professional cyclist as he describes his take on his career and cycling. U.S. Cycling Report"

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Das Buch ist deutlich besser geschrieben als "Boy Racer". Man erfährt viel über Persönlichkeit von Mark Cavendish und über Hintergrund von seine großen Siege und Niederlagen.
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HASH(0x8f7dfa68) von 5 Sternen One of the Better Cycling 'Selfie' Books 4. Februar 2014
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Mark Cavendish, with journalist Daniel Friebe (who really should be credited on the cover), has written a very interesting and entertaining book about what it's like being one of the fastest sprinters in cycling. Mr. Cavendish has a reputation as being one of the 'bad boys' of cycling to complement his well-deserved reputation as a superlative sprinter. Reading this book has softened my opinion of him somewhat as hearing his side of the story paints a fuller picture of the man. That said, it's obvious that he does not see certain things the way most of us do. The most glaring example of this is his account of his famous crash with Heinrich Haussler at the Tour de Suisse in 2010. From his (Mark's) description of the crash it seems perfectly obvious that Cavendish is at fault. Looking at videos of the crash seems to confirm this. Haussler, head down, is driving for the finish and holding a straight line while Cavendish crosses from the right side to crash right into him. Yet somehow Cavendish concludes that it was Haussler who was at fault for not seeing him and giving him room. Oh well, what can I say. On the other hand, throughout the book Cavendish is very frank and open about himself and his good/bad points, and comes across in total as a much more likable chap that I expected. I found myself liking him more and more in spite of his blind spots. He's lavish in praising his teammates, which is nice to see. He also dispenses criticism freely, but it seems to be deserved. He gives the impression of speaking freely and not holding anything back which leads to a feeling of authenticity.
In sum, this is a very enjoyable book. Cavendish devotes a good amount of time to describing in detail how he and his team approached races and stages of races, and what went wrong or right in executing their strategies. This is the kind of information I like to read, and there is plenty of it in this book.
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HASH(0x8f7dfcb4) von 5 Sternen very well written 23. November 2013
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If you read 'Boy Racer', Mark's first book and liked it, you will like this just well. I only hope he will continue to write his new books on his brilliant career.
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The highs and lows of being a pro rider ,Cav gives you a understanding of his last few years in the peloton with HTC ,SKY and now OMEGA
Good read
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HASH(0x8f7dff6c) von 5 Sternen Very interesting. 10. Dezember 2013
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Anyone interested in cycling can read this. Very honest and a bit of inside detail which the public does not get to see or know about. I read Boy racer also, so this was a nice and good follow up and you can clearly see how he has grown as a person. It was nicely written and never got boring. An interesting read indeed. Good luck Cav!
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HASH(0x8f7dffcc) von 5 Sternen A must for all TDF fans 29. November 2013
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Family life has obviously changed the way that Mark now thinks about things, and that is a good thing. It is apparent that the so called "bad boy" of cycling is not all bad and there are many others who are more worthy of that title. As an avid cycling fan I was interested in learning about the inner workings of the 2013 Tour de France and what the average armchair fanatic does not see or is aware of whilst the race is on.Mark is obviously a hard working pro who genuinely cares for his Team and colleagues. He deserves further success. A great read.
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