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Old 02-09-13, 10:43
MellowJohnny MellowJohnny is offline
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Default Greg Lemond - Time Trials - My Life

I always wondered if there was a Greg Lemond autobiography available and yesterday I discovered 'Time Trials - My Life' by Matt Seaton

Can't seem to track down a copy anywhere though, I was wonder if anyone knows where I could find it at all.

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Old 02-09-13, 12:00
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If you are on twitter you could ask the author. His twitter name is @mattseaton and he has replied to my tweets in the past (i've read his other books which are very good particularly the escape artist)
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Have a read of Slaying the Badger. It's a dual autobiog of Hinault and Lemond - one of the best cycling books out there IMO

http://sevenandseven.wordpress.com/2...richard-moore/
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I have read the excellent 'slaying the badger' thanks, I just wanted to find a little more about GLM
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I always wondered if there was a Greg Lemond autobiography available and yesterday I discovered 'Time Trials - My Life' by Matt Seaton

Can't seem to track down a copy anywhere though, I was wonder if anyone knows where I could find it at all.

Thanks
It doesn't exist.

Seaton was commissioned to ghost LeMond's autobiog. For one reason or another the thing didn't happen. It's not unusual for publishers to get books up onto Amazon early, and for other sites to use Amazon as a source. If you dig around on Amazon you'll also find Lionel Birnie's unpublished David Millar book and a few other gems.
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