'From cancer to cycling superman: is this the greatest story in modern sport?' Guardian
John Wilcockson has been writing about cycling for four decades. He has been the editor of five cycling magazines, was the first cycling correspondent for The Times and has won awards for his journalistic services. He has written more than a dozen books. A graduate of the University of London, Wilcockson now lives in Bolder Colorado.
Praise for 23 DAYS IN JULY - :A must-read for all cycling fans. - BBC SportSport is about the assertion of the will and that makes Armstrong the greatest athlete practising his trade - The Times Captures the thrill of a race persistently immersed in controversy and rumour. - Irish TimesFascinating ... Wilcockson manages to penetrate the psychological depths of the race's stars. - British Cycling'The incredible story of the triumph of mind over body. Truly inspiring' - Time Out