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Bought this for my dad. He loves David Byrne and loves this book.Published 6 months ago by Dejabeemo
As a long time fan of David Byrne's music and global perspective, I was very interested to read how he saw the world from the seat of his bike. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Marian J. Thier
Was interested to read about David Byrne's thoughts on bicycling and experiences in various global cities. I was highly disappointed by the book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alex R
David Byrne is one of the most creative, talented people on the planet. The bicycle community will love this book as well as those of us that don't ride. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michele Marlo
I did not expect this book to be such a travelog. Granted, the author makes some valid points and observations, but I was truly bored by the concept.Published 19 months ago by greenpueo
Just ok. Not that interesting. Should've listened to the other reviewers.Published 20 months ago by PJR
Boring..and lots of liberal, anti capitalistic comments..hypocritically coming from a very wealthy man.Published 20 months ago by thomas v conroy
Easy to read, fun at times, but tries to explain a few urban phenomenons without adequate knowledge or analysis. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Customer