read tim krabbe's "the rider" and really like it. looking for recommendations for other books on pro racing.
I am looking for more readings - not technical manuals or training guides but more of non-fiction that has a strong narrative that will help a layman understand more about the culture of pro racing, could be on how pro teams are organized, how racing strategies are formed, etc. I was interested in Charley Wegelius "Domestique" but could not find that book this part of the world and it's not available in kindle format here. also heard that "Belgian Hammer" could be interesting (but it got mixed reviews on amazon.)
big plus if the books are available in kindle version.