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The Culinary Cyclist
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Girls Guide to Life on Two Wheels
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Good Read: City Cycling
Whether a gift for a city rider in your life or to take your own escape into the wide world of bicycling, these reads are sure to please. Share your thoughts on these great books, or recommend your own, with Momentum Mag’s Winter Book Club.
Here are our top three picks:
FOR THE STUDIOUS RIDER – City Cycling citycyclingbook.wordpress.com
Edited by John Pucher and Ralph Buehler | The MIT Press, 2012 | 416 pages | $27.95 USD/ $27.77 CAD
City Cycling is a well written and thoroughly engaging collection of the latest research on promoting city cycling around the world.
FOR THOSE NEW TO THE BICYCLE LIFESTYLE – The Girl’s Guide to Life on Two Wheels: A Handbook For the Chic Cyclist rylandpeters.com
By Cathy Bussey | Ryland Peters & Small, 2013 | 144 pages | $21.95
Bussey’s practical advice and encouragement in the areas of choosing a bike, seasonal riding, and basic maintenance make The Girl’s Guide to Life on Two Wheels a helpful and inspiring gift for women who have yet to discover the joys of riding.
FOR THE HEALTHY FOCUSED – The Culinary Cyclist takingthelane.com
By Anna Brones | Illustrated by Johanna Kindvall | Elly Blue Publishing, 2013 | 96 pages | $9.95
Food is fuel. Author Anna Brones has penned more than just a cookbook; The Culinary Cyclist is a lifestyle guide for the happy and healthy rider.
Share your thoughts on the three books above or make your own Good Read suggestion in the comments below!