Posts tagged "Bicycling Book Review"

Riding Writings: Bars Across America by John Greenfield

Riding Writings: Bars Across America by John Greenfield
  If you’ve ever daydreamed about riding a bicycle from coast to coast across the United States, you may want to pick up a copy of John Greenfield’s Bars Across America before you saddle up.   This is no cautionary tale.  It’s not fraught with peril or disenchantment.  It’s actually a very entertaining, straightforward, and... Read more »

Riding Writings: H G Wells' Wheels of Chance

Riding Writings: H G Wells' Wheels of Chance
Gotta love the Kindle. It’s pretty much a personal time machine.  While you can’t power it up and physically transport yourself to a bygone era (yet), you can do it figuratively through great literature.  You don’t even need to buy the device to do this.  Simply download the free software to your Mac, PC, or... Read more »

And you may ask yourself, how did I get here?

And you may ask yourself, how did I get here?
The answer to that question, at least for David Byrne of Talking Heads, was more than likely by bicycle. As an impressionable teen at the dawn of MTV, I didn’t quite know what to make of Mr. Byrne and his Pee Wee Herman persona, karate-chopping his right hand across his left arm repeating “same as... Read more »
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