Category Archives: literature
I am not kidding. That is the lengthy north-to-south course taken by author, climate scientist, and touring cyclist David Kroodsma , which he describes with intriguing detail in the book, The Bicycle Diaries; My 21,000 Mile Ride for the Climate. … Continue reading
Below are a list of ten “loose suggestions” for drivers listed on pages 111-114 of Mr. Waite’s hilarious and often poignant new 2014 book release, entitled Chronic Pedalitis. Personally, I think the majority of these should be and could be … Continue reading
Below is a weblink to an excellent article from The Guardian on the ups and downs of being a cycling courier – from its heyday in the 1990s to today. The story is a prelude to an upcoming book, which given the … Continue reading
Public library systems in several North American cities have successfully initiated a book bike program which literally (bad pun) brings books right to you on bicycles. The earliest version of this I have come across is from the Pima County … Continue reading
If you were ever searching for a single reference resource on all things bicycles, then the book, On Bicycles: 50 Ways the Bike Culture Can Change Your Life, is definitely the place to start. This fine compendium is a required … Continue reading
I love this terrific cartoon by Andy Singer. It pretty much says it all. Happy National Bike to Work Day (Friday, May 16, 2014) to everyone!
We’ve all had them – bicycling hairdos gone wild. LOL Cheers!