BLL KATOVSKY biked solo across America, finished the Hawaii Ironman twice, and founded Tri-Athlete magazine. In 2003, he co-authored Embedded: The Media at War in Iraq: An Oral History, which won Harvards Goldsmith Book Prize. He lives in Mill Valley, CA.
This book has changed my life. I will be 73 this March (2015). As a kid, I loved to ride my bike with a friend, and we would ride our balloon tire 26 inch bikes for 50 miles a day... Read morePublished 4 days ago by NC Professor
Not a bad offering, but it seems to ramble a bit. The returning to the Ruta event breaks the continuity for me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bill Barnard
Arrived on time. Full of great information, (only for the bike nut), who now expect to ride till I am 100. I have hope. Loaded with insight,suggestions, all good information.Published 6 months ago by Arjay
this is a great book for how to keep riding distance once you get past 50. There are good tips and lots of encouragement to assure you that lots of people past 50 are riding... Read morePublished 10 months ago by John M. Beasley
This is an extemely important book for any cyclist. There is boundless data as well as experiences of many riders including bicycle specific yoga and conventional exercises for... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Michael Dorr Frann
Although I have had this book for a while I am only slowly getting through it. What I have read I have enjoyed.Published 15 months ago by Laura Parkinson