For the first time ever Fergus is cycling without Daisy by his side . . can they still be best friends?
Daisy came fifth in the tryouts, so she's the squad's first reserve, and despite training and hanging out as usual, Fergus can sense his best friend isn't herself. There's another mystery too - a rival newspaper keep getting exclusive cycling scoops, and unless the culprit selling secrets can be unmasked, Jambo's job is under threat and the wedding to Fergus's mum might have to be postponed. So who is the snitch?
Out of ideas, Fergus heads to Nevermore to consult his dad - only to find that Princess Lily is also in a spot of bother with some dragons . . .
A heartwarming tale about the power of true friendship and sticking together when times are tough - with added magic and mayhem!
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Sir Chris Hoy MBE was born and raised in Edinburgh and in 2012 became Great Britain's most successful Olympic athlete to date, with six gold medals and one silver. 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 goMore about Sir Chris Hoy
Clare Elsom is a freelance illustrator. She has illustrated the picture book The Last Chocolate Chip Cookie by Jamie Rix and is the illustrator of the exciting cycling series Flying Fergus written by Olympic cycling champion Sir Chris Hoy (with some help from Joanna Nadin) and the Maisie Mae series for Little Brown Books (written by Poppy Harper).More about Clare Elsom