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New book on LeMond's comeback due in June

Published March 21, 2018

"The Comeback: Greg LeMond, the True King of American Cycling, and a Legendary Tour de France," will be published in hardcover in June. 


The book by Daniel de Vise chronicles the life of one of America's greatest athletes, from his roots in Nevada and California to the heights of global fame, to a falling out with his own family and a calamitous confrontation with Lance Armstrong over allegations the latter was doping.

"With the kind of narrative drive that propels books like Moneyball, and a fierce attention to detail, Daniel de Visé reveals the dramatic, ultra-competitive inner world of a sport rarely glimpsed up close, and builds a compelling case for LeMond as its great American hero," the publisher said. 

The 432-page book is being published by Atlantic Monthly Press. It will retail for $27. 

De Vise will be making appearances at bike shops and book stores around the U.S. starting in June. The full schedule is on his website

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