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By Charles Pope
Full of brilliant imagery, genial quotations and latter-day Victorian idiosyncrasies, A Golden Age of Cycling brings to life the timeless and inclusive joys of cycling. Born in Hammersmith in 1879, Charles James Pope was part of the generation of cyclists who cycled in a golden era, the time of pioneer...
By John Deering
Cycling has never been more popular. The nation swoons at the feet of Sir Bradley, while Queen Victoria Pendleton's feet twinkle across our Strictly television screens. This book is a humorous, one-of-a-kind gift book, ideal for the M.A.M.I.L. in your family, featuring stunning, inspirational photography by Phil Ashley
This DIY manual gives all the inspiration and information you need to build your own unique single speed bicycle. Get to know your bottom bracket from your brake lever, and your stem from your chain stays, and learn how fun, creative and satisfying making your own bike can be.
By Jens Voigt
Push until it hurts, then push some moreEven by the standards of a sport that requires enormous stamina and capacity for suffering, Jens Voigt is in a class on his own. Beloved by cycling fans for his madcap one-man breakaways as much as his sense of humour and quotable catchphrases,...
By Reg Shaw
Learn how to enjoy life on two wheels with this gorgeous, lovingly reproduced classic. Full of charming insights and observations as well as first class explanations of bike mechanics, this book, first published in 1953, deserves to be read by all keen cyclists.
By Paul Maunder
Cyclocross is no longer cycling's hidden gem. Its rapid growth in the USA and UK means this intense and dramatic sport is exploding into the mainstream. With a season running from September to February, cyclocross is cycling's only purely winter discipline, demanding a combination of athleticism, supreme technical skill and...
I checked my balance and peered apprehensively at the sheer drop below. Once I felt comfortable, I radioed down to Stu. 'I'm just gonna unclip quickly,' I said. My walkie-talkie crackled straight away. Stu sounded pretty stressed. 'Dude, keep the rope on!' I edged forward, my hands and feet scoping...