As the night’s begin to draw in, our popular cycling book reviews are back, giving you the low down on all of the main cycling titles released, as we build-up to this December’s SweetSpot Cycling Book of the Year Award.

Won last year by Domestique, by Charly Wegelius and Tom Southam, the award will return for a second year later this Winter, keep your eyes on for more news in the coming weeks.

Before then we’ll be keeping you up-to-date with the latest reviews, and kicking them off is this review by Brendan Gallagher of Two Days in Yorkshire.

And if you’ve missed any of this year’s earlier reviews, you can find links to some of them below.

Recent Reviews
•    Cycling Anthology Four
•    Merckx 69
•    Etape
•    Gironimo! 
•    The Shattered Peloton
•    Lanterne Rouge
•    Faster
•    The Monuments