Amy Walker, who has been at the forefront of the urban cycling trend, presents stories by a diverse group of cycling enthusiasts and activists that, accompanied by the illustrations of bike culture artist Matt Fleming, reminds readers why biking is fun. They say you never forget how to ride a bike; this collection helps us remember why we ride.
Contents note continued: 17.The Art and Craft of Handmade Bicycles / Amy Walker -- 18.Cargo Bikes / Finley Fagan -- 19.Freakbikes / Megulon-5 -- 20.Fixed-Gear Bikes on the Street: A Dangerous Fad? / Martin Neale -- 21.Folding Bikes / Ulrike Rodrigues -- 22.Ergonomic Evolution: The Advantages of Riding Reclined / Vincent de Tourdonnet -- 23.Cycling for All Abilities and Needs / Ron Richings -- 24.E-bikes Offer an Extra Push / Sarah Ripplinger -- 25.Shopping by Bike: Racks, Baskets, Panniers, and More / Denise Wrathall -- 26.Riding in the Rain / Amy Walker -- pt. THREE COMMUNITY AND CULTURE -- 27.Bicycle Space / Mykle Hansen -- 28.Sharing Biking through Culture / Amy Walker -- 29.The Well-Tempered Cyclist / Deb Greco -- 30.Travels with a Bicycle / Shawn Granton -- 31.Women and the Benefits of Biking / Elly Blue -- 32.Biking with Kids / Chris Keam -- 33.Collective Bike Shops / Amy Walker -- 34.Earn-a-Bike Programs: Lessons from Chicago's West Town Bikes / John Greenfield --
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 30th August 2011
Publisher: New World Library
Edition Number: 1