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Off Yer Bike! By DJ Clarke
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The diary format of Off Yer Bike! vividly brings to life the author’s skirmishes with gossipmongers, mutant dogs, village bobbies, drunken boars, scrumpy dens, flatulent horses, evangelists,... More > crank-ups, sky bums, bog snorkellers, necropolis naturalists, all sorts of publife – and a mullet. You’ll find a sharp ear for dialogue, a sense of comedy and an eye for the curious. It all goes to reveal that just off the roaring main roads, there’s still a leisurely, low-decibel Britain to be explored and enjoyed. It will leave you wanting more. ‘A great read … salty language and wandering cycling-led anecdotage’ Cycling Plus ‘… hilarious quirks of human behaviour … a fine piece’ Pen Press ‘A genuine laugh out loud book . . . keenly observed humorous tales following the author and his partner around Britain with cycle, tent and a thirst’ Sky Bums ‘… an enjoyable dip in, dip out travelogue …’ Shropshire Star< Less
Angels of the Road By Bertrand Boudreau
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As promised, I'm writing about the wonderful angels I met along the road while on a bike tour around the world. Starting off as a journey to find myself, this tour was to educate others about... More > HIV/AIDS prevention. This book will leave the reader feeling more in tune with the universe, and proves that something as simple as a smile can break down barriers between people & make the impossible possible.< Less
Biking the Blue Ridge Parkway with Five Granddaughters By Allen Johnson
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This past summer my five granddaughters and I bike the 469-mile length of the Blue Ridge Parkway. The 5-year old rode on a tag-along attached to my bike while the older granddaughters rode their own... More > bikes as we pedaled 50-miles a day for 10 days. The scenery turned out to be as beautiful as I imagined: breathtaking mountain vistas, sparkling clear streams, abundant wildlife, sweet-smelling flowers and very little automobile traffic. Once an hour we saw a deer eating leaves off a tree, a wild turkey scratching for seeds, a hawk circling the cliff edge, a red fox trotting by, a skunk eyeing us or a bobcat chasing a rabbit. On the tenth day we biked up to the highest point on the Parkway, 6053-foot altitude. The road ran downhill from there. The best part – spending time with my granddaughters.< Less
Biking the Blue Ridge Parkway with Five Granddaughters By Allen Johnson
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This past summer my five granddaughters and I bike the 469-mile length of the Blue Ridge Parkway. The 5-year old rode on a tag-along attached to my bike while the older granddaughters rode their own... More > bikes as we pedaled 50-miles a day for 10 days. The scenery turned out to be as beautiful as I imagined: breathtaking mountain vistas, sparkling clear streams, abundant wildlife, sweet-smelling flowers and very little automobile traffic. Once an hour we saw a deer eating leaves off a tree, a wild turkey scratching for seeds, a hawk circling the cliff edge, a red fox trotting by, a skunk eyeing us or a bobcat chasing a rabbit. On the tenth day we biked up to the highest point on the Parkway, 6053-foot altitude. The road ran downhill from there. The best part – spending time with my granddaughters.< Less
How to Uncork The Suzuki DR-Z250 By D.A. Baden
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Today’s motorcycles come equipped with high-tech engines and features that often lie untapped due to manufacturer oversight and the restrictive demands of governmental regulations. This guide... More > provides an easy step-by-step system to improve your motorcycle's power and performance with a minimum of tools, equipment and know-how. Carburetor jetting information is included. For under one hundred dollars and just a bit of mechanical ability, you can turn your tame trail bike into a TRAIL POUNDING POWERHOUSE!< Less
How to Uncork The Suzuki DR-Z250 By D.A. Baden
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Today’s motorcycles come equipped with high-tech engines and features that often lie untapped due to manufacturer oversight and the restrictive demands of governmental regulations. This guide... More > provides an easy step-by-step system to improve your motorcycle's power and performance with a minimum of tools, equipment and know-how. Carburetor jetting information is included. For under one hundred dollars and just a bit of mechanical ability, you can turn your tame trail bike into a TRAIL POUNDING POWERHOUSE!< Less
Obsessive Compulsive Cycling Disorder (ePub) By Dave Barter
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Obsessive Compulsive Cycling Disorder is an anthology of thirty articles written by an amateur cyclist over a period of ten years. The collection exhibits the madness that engulfs those who descend... More > into cycling obsession, celebrating the average cyclist living in a world defined by the pros. The writings range from fanciful musings concerning the Tao of singlespeeding to lengthy descriptions of end-to-end rides in Britain and Ireland. Mountain biking, road cycling and all sorts of other cycling events are chronicled along the way. Each is written in a lighthearted style designed to bring the reader into the author’s world which is often littered with incident and humour. Within the pages the reader will find a loose ticklist of events to ride, bikes to own and challenges to take on. Each described in the author’s own inimitable style. Dave Barter is a British cyclist. He likes to think of himself as an all rounder having tried many two wheeled disciplines and fallen off most of them.< Less
The Cordillera - Volume 5 By Christopher Bennett
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Each early June the world's toughest mountain bike race kicks off from Banff Canada. The race course follows dirt roads, muddy tracks, and snow covered mountains along the Continental Divide to the... More > Mexican border, some 2,700 miles in total. This race, this cannonball run of pain, is called the Tour Divide and is unique in the world of sport: the clock never stops and no outside support is allowed. The Cordillera is the journal of the Tour Divide. The Cordillera is about things that break - broken bodies, broken bikes, broken spirits. Between these covers are people at their lowest, their most physically and emotionally depleted. Volume 5 of The Cordillera describes the 2013 race. But as always, the Cordillera is about focusing and getting on with the job of trying to reach Antelope Wells. Even if your frame has cracked and is being held together by duct tape. The common thread to all stories is the incredible strength of the human spirit, and what can be achieved if we really try.< Less
The Cordillera - Volume 6 By Christopher Bennett
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Each early June the world's toughest mountain bike race kicks off from Banff Canada. The race course follows dirt roads, muddy tracks, and snow covered mountains along the Continental Divide to the... More > Mexican border, some 2,750 miles in total. This race, this cannonball run of pain, is called the Tour Divide and is unique in the world of sport: the clock never stops and no outside support is allowed. The Cordillera is the journal of the Tour Divide. The Cordillera is about things that break - broken bodies, broken bikes, broken spirits. Between these covers are people at their lowest, their most physically and emotionally depleted. Volume 6 of The Cordillera describes the 2014 race. But as always, the Cordillera is about focusing and getting on with the job of trying to reach Antelope Wells. The common thread to all stories is the incredible strength of the human spirit, and what can be achieved if we really try.< Less
The Cordillera Volume 4 By Christopher R. Bennett
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Early each June the world's toughest mountain bike race kicks off from Banff, Canada. The racecourse follows dirt roads, muddy tracks and snow covered mountains along the Continental Divide to the... More > Mexican border; 2,700 miles in total. This race, this cannonball run of pain, is called the Tour Divide and it is unique in the world of sport: the clock never stops and no outside support is allowed. The Cordillera is the journal of the Tour Divide. The Cordillera Volume 4 is about things that break– broken bodies, broken bikes and broken spirits. Between these covers are tales of people at their lowest, their most physically and emotionally depleted. But the Cordillera Volume 4 is also about fixing, about getting busy and racing south. You will be amazed and heartened by the true stories in this volume. You will laugh and possibly cry as athletes plumb the depths of their endurance and then live to share it with you.< Less