Jeremy Whittle

Jeremy Whittle is the author of numerous cycling books, including two that have been shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year, Bad Blood and Racing Through the Dark. He is the cycling correspondent for The Times. He lives in Brighton and in Provence.


Books by this Author

A fascinating and evocative history of the legendary Mont Ventoux—the most daunting and extreme mountainous portion of the Tour de France cycling race.Mont Ventoux, the "Giant of Provence," is a legendary and extreme mountain climb. The formidable ascent of Ventoux’s south side encapsulates both the unforgiving brutality and epic beauty of this intense sport, but also brings to the forefront cycling’s ongoing battle with scandal. Revealing the little-known history of racing on Ventoux, author...