Racing Through the Dark: A Review
Racing Through the Dark is David Millar's memoir.
a good writing style, and he makes his points about doping, his culpability, and omerta in the peloton convincingly. His love for cycling shines through, even though he lost that love during the early years of his career. Millar's vulnerability, which David Brailsford points out in the book's foreword, is clear throughout the book. Racing Through the Dark is recommendable as an example of one athlete's fall into the abyss of doping and his rise from it.