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The passion of these writers for cycling is obvious and the diversity of articles keeps it interesting.
I really recommend this book to anyone who is about to start riding and those who have been riding for a while.
If you're trying to convince yourself or someone else to become a bicyclist, this book is the help you need.
Wonderfully fascinating, quirky, inspiring book for lifelong cyclists and newbies alike.Published 4 months ago by Scott Olsen
This book is a collection of 50 essays (not written by 50 people - several people had multiple contributions) about what life is like from the saddle. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kelly
I am shocked at the content of this book relative to its price. I have re-read it several times and really enjoyed it. Very inspiring.Just buy it!Published 9 months ago by jonathon l campo
Although my review may not reflect it, I actually enjoyed almost all of the 50 stories that comprise this book, 51 if you count the intro.
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Excellent compilations of essay about everything you should know about how bicycles could really change the world. Read morePublished 13 months ago by rajo
Very disappointed. I was hoping this was similar to Grant Peterson's book, Just Ride. Grants book was his view and opinions about bikes and bicycling. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David D. Unger
I enjoyed many of the chapters of this book. They made it possible for me to experience a ride even though I was at home reading. Read morePublished 18 months ago by James M. Furth