More than a hundred years before accusations about doping in sports, particularly bicycle racing, became headline news, a famous coach called Choppy Warburton plied his trade with a mysterious little black bottle. The riders under his care achieved phenomenal success, but most died young, and it has been suggested his little black bottle was the cause of both the successes and the early deaths. This book tells the story.
About Gerry Moore
Gerry Moore, who died shortly after delivering the manuscript for this book, was a cycling writer, with a strong interest in the arts.