Le Métier 2nd Edition is essentially unchanged from the 1st edition that sold out in three months, with just a few notable exceptions. The 2nd Edition is paperback and comes in slightly more compact dimensions, making this edition substantially less costly than the 1st ed. David Millar and Christian Vandevelde both pen forewords. There is a new finishing stroke with an afterword about his 2010 Tour de France experience with Team Sky. The book contains four chapters — Autumn, Winter, Spring, Summer — which map the slow crescendo of a pro’s season.

Le Métier can be purchased at Competitive Cyclist.

5 thoughts on “Le Métier. 2nd Edition

  1. Smaller?? If the font gets any smaller, you’ll need an electron microscope to read it!!

  2. Hi Michael, The type in the second edition is actually much larger. Although, there is more content in the new book, it is lighter and smaller as it is a softback. Best, Michael

  3. Enjoyed the hard cover book… any chance of getting an electronic copy with just the added material?

    Stuart – Toronto

    1. Hi Stuart–I’ll speak with the publisher about an electronic copy with the added material. Pleased you enjoyed the book. Best, Michael

  4. Any chance you know where I could get a copy of the 2nd edition it’s all my 28yr. old son has asked for this Xmas, & I’ve exhausted all my resources on line & book stores…thanks for your time…Brenda Mills Ontario Canada

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