Road to Valor: A True Story of WWII Italy, the Nazis, and the Cyclist Who Inspired a Nation

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"You do not have to follow cycling to relish Bartali's story....Like Laura Hillenbrand's "Seabiscuit" before it," Road to Valor" is about an unlikely, headstrong champion who transcended his sport to make a deep impact on the broader world." - "Sports Illustrated
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"The McConnons have told the story of his [Bartali's] great and greater victories powerfully and well." - "Boston Globe
"
"Gino Bartali was a hero....He was a cyclist who saved lives by riding throughout Italy during the second world war for a purpose higher than money or glory" - Bill Littlefield, "NPR"
"This thoroughly documented biography is both inspiring and immensely enjoyable." - "Publishers Weekly
"
"["Road to Valor"] tells a dramatic and moving story that is virtually unknown to most readers....An important addition to World War II biography and also to the history of twentieth-century cycling." - "Booklist"
"Impeccably researched and thrillingly told....This is truly an amazing tale of a poor Tuscan boy who pedaled his way not only to sports immortality, but into true heroism." -"The Globe and Mail"
"'Thou shall not stand idly by' is a powerful Biblical command. In Aili and Andres McConnon's book it offers a moving example of moral courage. A simple citizen and great athlete chose to oppose a cruel and racist political dictatorship by saving Jewish victims in Italy. Was it so hard to become a hero then? It was enough--enough to remain human. And yet." - Elie Wiesel
" "
"The two Tours de France won by Bartali are more than mere entries in the record book of winners. The fact that they were won many years apart proves what an exceptional champion he really was. Above all, the war years separating these victories now reveal Gino to have been a true hero." - Christian Prudhomme, director of the Tour de France
"Whether you are a Tour de France fan, a history buff, or looking for an entertaining way to learn about both, "Road to Valor" will have

Winner of the Canadian Jewish Book Award - Biography
Winner of the Christopher Award
Winner of the Mazzei Award
"You do not have to follow cycling to relish Bartali's story....Like Laura Hillenbrand's "Seabiscuit" before it," Road to Valor" is about an unlikely, headstrong champion who transcended his sport to make a deep impact on the broader world." - "Sports Illustrated
"
"The McConnons have told the story of his [Bartali's] great and greater victories powerfully and well." - "Boston Globe
"
"Gino Bartali was a hero....He was a cyclist who saved lives by riding throughout Italy during the second world war for a purpose higher than money or glory" - Bill Littlefield, "NPR"
"This thoroughly documented biography is both inspiring and immensely enjoyable." - "Publishers Weekly
"
"["Road to Valor"] tells a dramatic and moving story that is virtually unknown to most readers....An important addition to World War II biography and also to the history of twentieth-century cycling." - "Booklist"
"Impeccably researched and thrillingly told....This is truly an amazing tale of a poor Tuscan boy who pedaled his way not only to sports immortality, but into true heroism." -"The Globe and Mail"
"'Thou shall not stand idly by' is a powerful Biblical command. In Aili and Andres McConnon's book it offers a moving example of moral courage. A simple citizen and great athlete chose to oppose a cruel and racist political dictatorship by saving Jewish victims in Italy. Was it so hard to become a hero then? It was enough--enough to remain human. And yet." - Elie Wiesel
" "
"The two Tours de France won by Bartali are more than mere entries in the record book of winners. The fact that they were won many years apart proves what an exceptional champion he really was. Above all, the war years separating these victories now reveal Gino to have been a true hero." - Christian Prudhomme, director of the Tour de France
"Whether you are a Tour de France fan, a history buff, or looking for an entertaining way to learn about both, "Road to Valor" will have you turning the pages with more conviction and speed than Bartali could turn the pedals! An engaging and mesmerizing read." - Craig Hummer, Tour de France broadcaster for NBC Sports
"A gritty, scary story of endurance, "Road to Valor" traces one man's harrowing journey from the resistance movement in Nazi-occupied Italy to a comeback triumph in the Tour de France--told with verve and an affecting appreciation of the human spirit." - Bruce Porter, "New York Times "bestselling author of "Blow"
" "
"This book is a magnificent ride through the uphill-downhill-uphill story of Gino Bartali. It inspires anyone who tenaciously holds to doing what is just, no matter how difficult, in the face of ignorance and terror. Bartali is a hero for all times."
- Fred Plotkin, author of "Italy for the Gourmet Traveler"
" "
"Many cycling fans recognize the name Gino Bartali, and up until now most people only knew him for the races he won. But during some of the most tumultuous years of the twentieth century he leveraged his fame and risked his life for those being persecuted. With this complete look at Bartali's life, his legacy as one of cycling's greatest heroes grows even stronger." - Chris Carmichael, legendary coach and former Giro d'Italia and Tour de France racer
"Bartali is one of cycling's great icons, and this book adds another important dimension to this man's world." - Sir Paul Smith
"It is with genuine pleasure that I recommend to men and women of all ages and all religious and ethnic backgrounds "Road to Valor" by Aili and Andres McConnon. It recounts a true story that is marvelously exciting and inspiring as well. The heroism of so many Italians during World War II and afterwards is a tale that needs to be told, and the authors tell it masterfully. Their readers will be deeply touched by the courage of the hero of the book, Gino Bartali, and others who put their lives at risk to protect the innocent and defend both their faith and their commitment to democracy." - Edward Cardinal Egan, Archbishop Emeritus of New York
" "
"At a time when so many sports figures have come to personify scandal and bad behavior, how refreshing it is to read the inspiring tale of Gino Bartali's life. The McConnons have drawn a portrait of the Italian cycling legend that uplifts the spirit, and reminds us of the many ways tenacity and faith can reshape the world. This lively book will ride off with your heart and cycle through your memory for years to come." - Raymond Arroyo, "New York Times" bestselling author and host of EWTN's "The World Over Live"


"From the Hardcover edition."

Winner of the Canadian Jewish Book Award Biography
Winner of the Christopher Award
Winner of the Mazzei Award
"You do not have to follow cycling to relish Bartali s story....Like Laura Hillenbrand s "Seabiscuit" before it," Road to Valor" is about an unlikely, headstrong champion who transcended his sport to make a deep impact on the broader world. "Sports Illustrated
"
The McConnons have told the story of his [Bartali s] great and greater victories powerfully and well. "Boston Globe
"
Gino Bartali was a hero....He was a cyclist who saved lives by riding throughout Italy during the second world war for a purpose higher than money or glory Bill Littlefield, "NPR"
This thoroughly documented biography is both inspiring and immensely enjoyable. "Publishers Weekly
"
["Road to Valor"] tells a dramatic and moving story that is virtually unknown to most readers....An important addition to World War II biography and also to the history of twentieth-century cycling. "Booklist"
Impeccably researched and thrillingly told....This is truly an amazing tale of a poor Tuscan boy who pedaled his way not only to sports immortality, but into true heroism. "The Globe and Mail"
Thou shall not stand idly by is a powerful Biblical command. In Aili and Andres McConnon s book it offers a moving example of moral courage. A simple citizen and great athlete chose to oppose a cruel and racist political dictatorship by saving Jewish victims in Italy. Was it so hard to become a hero then? It was enough--enough to remain human. And yet. Elie Wiesel
""
The two Tours de France won by Bartali are more than mere entries in the record book of winners. The fact that they were won many years apart proves what an exceptional champion he really was. Above all, the war years separating these victories now reveal Gino to have been a true hero. Christian Prudhomme, director of the Tour de France
"Whether you are a Tour de France fan, a history buff, or looking for an entertaining way to learn about both, "Road to Valor" will have you turning the pages with more conviction and speed than Bartali could turn the pedals! An engaging and mesmerizing read." Craig Hummer, Tour de France broadcaster for NBC Sports
A gritty, scary story of endurance, "Road to Valor" traces one man s harrowing journey from the resistance movement in Nazi-occupied Italy to a comeback triumph in the Tour de France told with verve and an affecting appreciation of the human spirit. Bruce Porter, "New York Times"bestselling author of"Blow"
""
"This book is a magnificent ride through the uphill-downhill-uphill story of Gino Bartali. It inspires anyone who tenaciously holds to doing what is just, no matter how difficult, in the face of ignorance and terror. Bartali is a hero for all times."
Fred Plotkin, author of "Italy for the Gourmet Traveler"
""
Many cycling fans recognize the name Gino Bartali, and up until now most people only knew him for the races he won. But during some of the most tumultuous years of the twentieth century he leveraged his fame and risked his life for those being persecuted. With this complete look at Bartali s life, his legacy as one of cycling s greatest heroes grows even stronger. Chris Carmichael, legendary coach and former Giro d Italia and Tour de France racer
Bartali is one of cycling's great icons, and this book adds another important dimension to this man's world. Sir Paul Smith
It is with genuine pleasure that I recommend to men and women of all ages and all religious and ethnic backgrounds "Road to Valor" by Aili and Andres McConnon. It recounts a true story that is marvelously exciting and inspiring as well. The heroism of so many Italians during World War II and afterwards is a tale that needs to be told, and the authors tell it masterfully. Their readers will be deeply touched by the courage of the hero of the book, Gino Bartali, and others who put their lives at risk to protect the innocent and defend both their faith and their commitment to democracy. Edward Cardinal Egan, Archbishop Emeritus of New York
""
At a time when so many sports figures have come to personify scandal and bad behavior, how refreshing it is to read the inspiring tale of Gino Bartali's life. The McConnons have drawn a portrait of the Italian cycling legend that uplifts the spirit, and reminds us of the many ways tenacity and faith can reshape the world. This lively book will ride off with your heart and cycle through your memory for years to come. Raymond Arroyo, "New York Times" bestselling author and host of EWTN's "The World Over Live"


"From the Hardcover edition.""

Winner of the Canadian Jewish Book Award Biography
Winner of the Christopher Award
Winner of the Mazzei Award

"You do not have to follow cycling to relish Bartali s story....Like Laura Hillenbrand s Seabiscuit before it, Road to Valor is about an unlikely, headstrong champion who transcended his sport to make a deep impact on the broader world. Sports Illustrated

The McConnons have told the story of his [Bartali s] great and greater victories powerfully and well. Boston Globe

Gino Bartali was a hero....He was a cyclist who saved lives by riding throughout Italy during the second world war for a purpose higher than money or glory Bill Littlefield, NPR
This thoroughly documented biography is both inspiring and immensely enjoyable. Publishers Weekly

[Road to Valor] tells a dramatic and moving story that is virtually unknown to most readers....An important addition to World War II biography and also to the history of twentieth-century cycling. Booklist

Impeccably researched and thrillingly told....This is truly an amazing tale of a poor Tuscan boy who pedaled his way not only to sports immortality, but into true heroism. The Globe and Mail
Thou shall not stand idly by is a powerful Biblical command. In Aili and Andres McConnon s book it offers a moving example of moral courage. A simple citizen and great athlete chose to oppose a cruel and racist political dictatorship by saving Jewish victims in Italy. Was it so hard to become a hero then? It was enough--enough to remain human. And yet. Elie Wiesel

The two Tours de France won by Bartali are more than mere entries in the record book of winners. The fact that they were won many years apart proves what an exceptional champion he really was. Above all, the war years separating these victories now reveal Gino to have been a true hero. Christian Prudhomme, director of the Tour de France

"Whether you are a Tour de France fan, a history buff, or looking for an entertaining way to learn about both, Road to Valor will have you turning the pages with more conviction and speed than Bartali could turn the pedals! An engaging and mesmerizing read." Craig Hummer, Tour de France broadcaster for NBC Sports

A gritty, scary story of endurance, Road to Valor traces one man s harrowing journey from the resistance movement in Nazi-occupied Italy to a comeback triumph in the Tour de France told with verve and an affecting appreciation of the human spirit. Bruce Porter, New York Timesbestselling author ofBlow

"This book is a magnificent ride through the uphill-downhill-uphill story of Gino Bartali. It inspires anyone who tenaciously holds to doing what is just, no matter how difficult, in the face of ignorance and terror. Bartali is a hero for all times."
Fred Plotkin, author of Italy for the Gourmet Traveler

Many cycling fans recognize the name Gino Bartali, and up until now most people only knew him for the races he won. But during some of the most tumultuous years of the twentieth century he leveraged his fame and risked his life for those being persecuted. With this complete look at Bartali s life, his legacy as one of cycling s greatest heroes grows even stronger. Chris Carmichael, legendary coach and former Giro d Italia and Tour de France racer
Bartali is one of cycling's great icons, and this book adds another important dimension to this man's world. Sir Paul Smith

It is with genuine pleasure that I recommend to men and women of all ages and all religious and ethnic backgrounds Road to Valor by Aili and Andres McConnon. It recounts a true story that is marvelously exciting and inspiring as well. The heroism of so many Italians during World War II and afterwards is a tale that needs to be told, and the authors...

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The inspiring, against-the-odds story of Gino Bartali, the cyclist who made the greatest comeback in Tour de France history and secretly aided the Italian resistance during World War II
Gino Bartali is best known as an Italian cycling legend who not only won the Tour de France twice but also holds the record for the longest time span between victories. In Road to Valor, Aili and Andres McConnon chronicle Bartali's journey, from an impoverished childhood in rural Tuscany to his first triumph at the 1938 Tour de France. As World War II ravaged Europe, Bartali undertook dangerous activities to help those being targeted in Italy, including sheltering a family of Jews and smuggling counterfeit identity documents in the frame of his bicycle. After the grueling wartime years, the chain-smoking, Chianti-loving, 34-year-old underdog came back to win the 1948 Tour de France, an exhilarating performance that helped unite his fractured homeland.
Based on nearly ten years of research, Road to Valor is the first book ever written about Bartali in English and the only book written in any language to explore the full scope of Bartali's wartime work. An epic tale of courage, resilience, and redemption, it is the untold story of one of the greatest athletes of the twentieth century.

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