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Graeme Fife is a full-time writer. He has written extensively for the radio - plays, stories, features, talks. He has also written some fourteen books ranging from historical studies, biography, autobiography (The Beautiful Machine), Tour de France, as well as articles on a variety of topics for national newspapers and magazines. He is currently working on a second novel.

History
01.07.10

Amiens to Roubaix stage, 1979 Tour de France – Offside/L'Equipe

The current generation? Overpaid, underarchieving and wrongly-trained. As frank as ever, Bernard Hinault discusses cycling with Graeme Fife.

Riders
19.08.11

This puncheur doesn't do rolling around in the bunch, waiting for things to happen. 

History
26.01.12

Graeme Fife with the most successful Six-Day rider of all time, Patrick Sercu.

Racing
11.04.12

Graeme Fife offers the nitty gritty on a special race, which takes in the rough roads and ribinou of Brittany.

Riders
02.07.14

Graeme Fife explores British pioneer Brian Robinson's character and grit through his victorious 1960 Dauphiné Libéré.