In this new book, Steve Peat gives an insight to his 2009 World Championship winning season. Through a stunning collection of photographs, we follow Steve from his winter training at home in Sheffield, through eight rounds of the World Cup series, where he set new records for the most World Cup race wins and podium appearances. Then another win at the Lisbon Downtown, before finally culminating with his victory at 2009 World Champs in Canberra. This is an underdog story to top all others, and it has been seventeen years in the making.
• Printed to the highest standards, 160 pages, hardback. • More than 200 photographs by Victor Lucas, including previously un-published gems. • Additional photos by Sven Martin, Kathy Sessler, Dominic Worrall. • Foreword by Rob Warner. • Introduction and captions by Steve Peat.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chris A book about a legend!
17 years in the making.... brilliant book which shows the highs and lows of Steve Peats career and when he finally became world champ.
01 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Total Bargain!
Pop into CRC Boucher road to check out the deal on this book! unbelieveable!!!
Thanks for such a bargain CRC
08 November 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Brilliant!
Andy, The book is not about his early riding career, it's about his world champs win!
29 August 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Nice photography but lacking in rider detail
This is more of a coffee table picture book, it includes some very nice photography but is lacking in detailed information. I really wanted something with more of an insight into the rider. It doesn't really tell the reader anything all that new for example, go into detail about his early racing career. I guess he is maybe saving that for when he retires from the sport, god forbid.
11 May 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Sweet
This book is really good....tons of good info and pics
17 December 2010