New book details Robert Millar's career

A new biography detailing the career of British cyclist Robert Millar is due to be released Monday. The book, entitled "In Search of Robert Millar: Unravelling the Mystery Surrounding Britain’s Most Successful Tour de France Cyclist", written by Richard Moore, follows the career of the quirky Glaswegian who remains the only British rider to win a classification of Tour de France. Millar won the the mountains classification and finished fourth overall in the 1984 Tour.

According to publisher Harper Collins, "In Search of Robert Millar will follow the career of this otherworldly character, from his tough childhood on the streets of Glasgow in the 1960s to his move to France and success in the world’s most brutal and unforgiving races, including the controversy surrounding his positive drugs test and his enforced retirement from the sport at the age of 36.

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