Pro Cycling on $10 a Day : From Fat Kid to Euro Pro
by Phil Gaimon
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Phil Gaimon does not have to be a professional cyclistInexplicably abandoning his old life as a potato sofa and gamer, Gaimon start riding a bicycle in 2004 with the great ambition of excreting a few poundsBy pure accident, he discovered that he was a natural, to advance so quickly through the amateur ranks that he entered the pro peloton totally ignorant of a century of cycling labelDuring the 2013 season, Gaimon has been recruited from minor leagues to join the Garmin-Sharp Team, the team’s moneyball style, bric-a-brac and junk cycling anti-doping team advocates that the top level rides of the elite cyclingIn his story in Pro Cycling on $10 a Day, Gaimon holds the full powers of his sardonic mind to introduce a witty word, the hand-me-down American bike racing guidePhil Gaimon is a professional cyclist who rides for Team Garmin-Sharp.He is a writer and entrepreneur who retired from laziness and computer games in 2004 in favor of riding a bicycle to lose weight.Gaimon runs a blog, Philthethrillon which he relates his incessant quest for the best biscuits and milk in America.
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