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Highly recommended to cyclists, and anyone else who is looking for a quick laugh.
Like the title says, it was an OK read that unfortunately didn't have me laughing out loud as much as with his first book.
That makes sense because this book has a sort of tangent rambling to it that feels like reading a blog.
The Bike Snob’s concern in this book is that stretch of time between work and play which seems the least Zen inducing: the time we spend trying to get from one to the other. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Kindle Customer
The writer is observant and thoughtful about cycling as a human being among other human beings. his humor is wonderfully irreverent, but he is not at all the snob he is purported... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mary Schnorr
Bike Snob NYC is an excellent observer of all things cycling. His blog is a must read. If you like this book, you'll like everything else by him. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JohnnyB
I wasn't sure about buying a book from a blogger, but BSNYC's book was very funny. I enjoyed it immensely.Published 7 months ago by Richard R. Rainforth
I greatly enjoyed "Bike Snob: Systematically & Mercilessly Realigning the World of Cycling", so I was looking forward to this release, but this book by BikeSnobNYC is just... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Luis Navarrete
I've been an irregular reader of BSNYC's (Eben Weiss's) blog (bikesnobnyc.blogspot.com/) for years. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Doctor Moss
You can still ride and enjoy your bike and the world even if you don't read this book. It is fun and intuitive, sassy and out of the box, which I like, and for that I recommend it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Chi-trekker
The terrorist attack of September 11, 2001 affected all of us in different ways, but it certainly affected the NYC Bike Snob. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Waste of money. Full of wise cracks, no substantive information or advice reads like a ten minute blog. Bad bookPublished 13 months ago by Tony Norwood