Cadel Evans, the great ever cyclist from Australia, is penning an autobiography.
It has been reported that his new book will be released sometime later this year. It is believed that the retired BMC man is working hard on the book. It will offer, for the very first time, his thoughts into winning the Tour de France 2011 as well as the world championship in 2009.
A lot of sources are saying that the book would not just be his own story. Evens is really motivated to share the beauty of cycling and this very sport to an audience that is rapidly growing. In the past, Evans has unveiled a book named ‘Close to Flying.’ However, that was before he became the very first Aussie to win the most popular bike race in the world.
He still stays in Switzerland. There he is the brand ambassador for BMC but has a number of partnerships and business interests in Australia which takes him back to his hone nation throughout the year. The name of his rumored upcoming book or its release date is not known, but there is no doubt that cycling fans, especially the Aussie fans, would be very proud of that.
Cadel Lee Evans, in his hey-days, was a champion mountain biker. He won the in 1998 and 1999. At the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, he was 7th in men’s cross-country mountain bike race. He is also a 4 time Olympian.