The Bicycle Book: Wit, Wisdom a Wanderingsis a celebration of the bicycle by people who love to ride. It's a tribute to one of the finest, most efficient, useful machines ever invented. It's packed with original stories, narratives and cartoons from a talented corps of writers and artists from around the world. The book features 32 articles and scattered throughout the book is a collection of 43 cartoons from artists whose work has appeared in a wide array of magazines. Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Thomas Hylton, kicks off the collection with qBicycling and Walking, q a sensible, prescriptive editorial on why cycling-friendly communities are winners. On his heels is qKeeping Up With Lance, q Scott Roberts' exclusive, one-on-one interview with Chris Carmichael, Lance Armstrong's long time coach and friend. Two prominent names in cycling journalism - Richard Fries, editor ofBike Culture, and Maurice Tierney, publisher ofDirt Rag- comment on the future of bicycling. And that's just the beginning.Mark, Getting a bike to fit requires more than just your height. ... Also, keep in mind that while one can buy a fairly nice all-terrain bike for around $600, even Taiwanese road bikes are much more than ... older Peugeot and now an older Trek).
|Title||:||The Bicycle Book|
|Publisher||:||Satya House Publications - 2007-11-01|