After their team bonding training weekend, Fergus, Wesley, Daisy and the rest of the Hercules' Hopefuls and Wallace's Winners are getting on better together. But are they actually getting a little too big for their boots? Choppy and Grandpa agree that if the squad are to have a chance at the Internationals, then a new coach is needed to give them some new ideas.Fergus is sure it's going to be his ultimate hero, cycle champ Steve 'Spokes' Sullivan, so when Grandpa introduces Chick Murphy, they are all less than impressed. Chick was also a champion in his time - but now he's in a wheelchair. And he has some strange ideas about training methods. He gets the team doing yoga and wheelbarrow races, and says he's entering them in the Wreck-It Run, a charity race in aid of the local hospital where everyone creates their own adapted bikes from parts and must cycle in pairs. Fergus is sure he's off his rocker - how will this help them get faster and be up to speed for the International time trials?So Fergus decides to take matters into his own hands and heads back to Nevermore to persuade Dad to come home with him and coach the Hopefuls instead of Chick. But as always, things in the magical kingdom are never quite that straightforward and Fergus learns a few lessons about keeping an open mind.
Fantastically fun, magic cycling adventure series from Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy
Sir Chris Hoy MBE was born and raised in Edinburgh. He raced BMX until he was 14. Chris won his first world medal in 1999 - a silver in the Team Sprint - and has won 11 world and two Commonwealth titles to date. Chris won his first Olympic gold medal in Athens in 2004 and went on to win three gold medals at the Beijing Olympics. In 2012 at his home Olympic Games in London, Chris won his fifth and sixth gold medals- in the Keirin and Team Sprint- becoming Great Britain's most successful Olympic athlete of all time with six gold medals and one silver. Chris was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2008 and awarded a Knighthood in 2009. Follow Chris at www.chrishoy.com or on Twitter: @chrishoyJoanna Nadin is the author of more than 30 books for children and young people. She has been shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize and is a former broadcast journalist and Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. She lives in Bath. Follow Joanna at www.joannanadin.com on Twitter: @joannanadin