This book is very informative about the carreer of the greatest cyclist of all times. We discover an anxious champion who did things his way and who was afraid of failing. He was also a man who was a professionnal in every details of his trade. A must read if you want to understand the cycling racing scene of the sixties and seventies.
As usual, Bob Lutz pull no punches and tell things like they happens and as they are. A fascinating behind the scene view at the world's largest car company. This an honest and frank account on ways not to do business.