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Max Glaskin is an award-winning science and technology journalist with a special interest in cycling. He has contributed to a vast range of publications, including New Scientist, Reader’s Digest, and the Sunday Times.
Very interesting and good book. Relatively easy to understand.
Gives you are good idea behind many of the things you might be thinking of when you ride. Read more
Good basic description of cycling principles, but little practical info. It has a few factual errors in the history, such as incorrectly attributing the parallelogram derailler to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John Duval
If you're a bike geek then this book is for you. But if you don't like in-depth explanations then you better pass on. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Agriculturist
Very comfortable ride and I would recommend this seat to anyone who is into comfort and not weight saving. Great for Adventure or Trekking Cyclists.Published 8 months ago by Ray Burton
Well, not much there. Interesting about the chain not needing any lube except to keep it from rusting. Maybe or maybe not.Published 9 months ago by Davis E. Straub
Science? Maybe. But pretty light science, for sure. Not sure who the audience is for this book. People attracted by the online description probably already know 80% of what's... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robert R. Hallmark
was just what i wanted and it came in perfect time for all my needs thanks was a greaat deal best referPublished 9 months ago by roofervp
This is a coffee-table book, or, even worse, a powder-room book. It is designed more or less like a glossy magazine, with big headlines and pull quotes, and plenty of graphic... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Fausto
Flatters to deceive... Much promises in preface / intro, but simply not enough detail. It is a good introduction to the basics / fundamentals of cycling, but the author doesn't... Read morePublished 12 months ago by NKH