Wheels of Change, published by National Geographic, is appropriate for younger audiences and is very readable, but it is packed with enough interesting information to hold the attention of an adult female cyclist who has done her fair share of reading cycling-related literature.
Byrne’s unique observations are a result of his viewing the world from the saddle of his bike, but Bicycles Diaries, published in 2009, proves to be different from many other advocacy-themed books that offer far less social and political commentary.
Bike commuting is all over the news and maybe your work place has signed on for the commuter tax benefits.. We want to help you get on that bike and out using this amazing piece of transportation.. The more cyclist that are out on the road, the more we will be taken seriously and moving the […]
Our group build is about half way through it’s original phases. After many discussions about bicycle type, exact frame set, the type of shifting and finally the component type, we’ve determined the Long Haul Trucker with a stock build is the bike we are going with. On to my favorite phase of this build, the […]
My goal in these weekly round ups are not only to highlight what was talked about here, on Commute By Bike, but across the newswire, blogosphere and maybe even in my shop. As long as it is about commuting, it may find its way here.
A guest post by Eric Leugers, one of the two guys that run Banjo Brothers. I have been an avid cyclist since purchasing my first road bike at age 15, but only a half-hearted bicycle commuter until recently. Riding almost always was recreation for me. After moving to Minnesota in the mid-90’s, I used my […]