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Paul Jones


Paul Jones is an occasional racing cyclist who struggles to balance the demands of writing about cycling with doing some actual cycling. His first book (A Corinthian Endeavour: The Story of the National Hill Championships) explored the niche and deranged world of the hill climb and is seen as the definitive (and only) work on the subject. His second book, I Like Alf: 14 Lessons from the Life of Alf Engers, is a biography of mythical folk hero Alf Engers. His most recent book, End to End: A Story of Obsession, Hallucination and Happiness, explores the extraordinary world of the Land's End to John o'Groats record. Beyond that, he has an obsession with time, social change and people and tries to explore this in his writing. In his spare time he is an English teacher…

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