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On Bicycles: 50 Ways the New Bike Culture…

On Bicycles: 50 Ways the New Bike Culture Can Change Your Life

by Amy Walker

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This book is dedicated to the memory of Terry Lowe, my collaborator and friend who delightfully shared the joy of cycling and worked steadfastly with many of us to realize the vision of bike friendliness.
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Warning! Cycling can be addictive.
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Bike culture is exploding in cities like Portland, New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Montreal, and Vancouver, BC. Whether people are riding folding bikes to the commuter train, slipping through traffic on streamlined single speeds, or carrying children and groceries on their cargo bikes, bicycles are making urban life more dynamic and enjoyable. Amy Walker has been at the forefront of this trend as cofounder of "Momentum" magazine, which chronicles and inspires urban bike culture and transportation cycling. In "On Bicycles," she gathers a wide-ranging group of cycling writers to explore the ways that biking can change, and is changing, people's lives. From utility bikes that are becoming the primary mode of transportation for entire families to the artistic creations of freakbike riders, "On Bicycles" has something for everyone who has ever ridden a bike.… (more)

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