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Old 11-25-2008, 01:02 PM
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I highly recommend Ten Points by Bill Strickland - for the everyman point of view look at racing, and for the brutal honesty about his childhood, what shaped him and the challenges he overcame and continues to battle to becoming a whole, functioning human being and father.

The Handsomest Man In Cuba - Lynette Chiang ( disregard the fact that I wrote her forward - it's still a ggreat book) It's one fiesty woman's adventures in Cuba, by bicycle.
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