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An Action/Adventure-style Novel with a Twist of Humour
Set in the World of Cycling
Welcome to Masterton Training Facility…
Where breeding the Perfect Cycling Athlete
Takes on a Whole New Meaning!
Picked as a hopeful contender for the upcoming Tour de France, young pro cyclist Mark Bradley makes his way to join his new team-mates at Masterton Training Facility, set on a delightful, sprawling manor estate in the English countryside.
Training with state-of-the-art facilities alongside other international riders, including his favourite cycling hero, Larry Legstrong, how could Mark go wrong?
The outlook seems rosy… Until, that is, the team's manager, Hans, begins putting pressure on riders to join his 'performance enhancement' programme. And that can only mean one thing – drugs.
As Mark and team-mate Paul resist the pressure to conform, they discover that all is not as it seems, and their troubles really begin. For, buried deep within the heart of Masterton Manor lies an unbelievable, dark secret. In this world of conspiracy, breeding the perfect cycling athlete has taken on a whole new meaning – and performance enhancing drugs are only the start.
But now that these mysteries have been revealed, will they ever be allowed to leave alive?
An action/adventure-style novel with a twist of humour accessible to the cyclist and non-cyclist alike.
Brought to you by the author of Cycling Widows & The Cycling Widow's Survival Guide.
Rated PG 15 by the author, as there is some mild adult content.
FAUX REVIEWS by PSEUDO-CELEBRITIES
Here are just a few of the author's infamous 'faux reviews' of the spurious kind for Cyclopathic Tendencies…
A global conspiracy (ish), some kick-ass action and a bunch of bikes thrown in – what more could you want? In fact, I think the screenwriters have missed a trick by not having any bike chases in my movies.
Trained assassin & Martial Arts expert
This book has got to be one of our favourite cycling novels ever! (Mind you, that could be because you're hard pushed to find any bike-related fiction around.)
CYCLING WEAKLY magazine
I read the book and, quite frankly, I'm not sure I could handle the truth.
Actor, A Few Good Cyclists