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Painting a Bike for Beginners By Franky Bakay
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Have you ever found an incredibly good deal on a bike, or seen an old bicycle that you really wanted to have but didn't like the color or the paint was all chipped? Or if you just wanted to make your... More > bike more original (by painting it neon colors). Don't lose hope. Here is how to paint an old bike frame with a professional-looking finish... Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Bike Boy 1 By Kevin Woodson
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Bike Boy is a short comic book about Jett, a pissed-off 17-year-old runaway fugitive. With the instincts of a boy who has spent his life on the run, Jett abandons common sense and turns to the... More > advice of his talking bike, Mr. Pandagloss. Together, they smash cars, spray paint missiles, and otherwise try to survive the apocalyptic City of SF.< Less
My Bike Sucks By R. Ellis Orrall
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"Have you ever been absolutely, positively sure that you were getting a Sting Ray for Christmas Me too!" R. Ellis Orrall has created a "children's book for grownups" with this... More > memory of Christmas 1963 of a little boy who does NOT get his dream bicycle. R. Ellis Orrall is a self-taught artist in Nashville, Tennessee. When he was a child, a well meaning but misguided art teacher told him repeatedly that he "would never be an artist", which led him to his self-proclaimed "fear of art", and he did not paint for 31 years. He paints stories drawn from his own bittersweet childhood memories, sometimes laid out in comic book style, often both painful and humorous. His paintings have now found themselves in the homes of kind folks everywhere from Boston, MA to Oslo, Norway to Zurich, Switzerland, and owned by famous recording artists and former Vice Presidents! In his spare time he writes songs and makes records< Less
Mean Street: Images of Bike Week By Jim Carchidi
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Each year, Daytona Beach Florida becomes the focal point of a culture. Miles of beaches suddenly take a back seat to asphalt and chrome with the spectacle that is Bike Week. Thousands of... More > personalities converge in a decades-old tradition that beckons new generations. "Mean Street: Images of Bike Week" represents a collection of portraits and scenes, taken with artistic intent and in documentary style, spanning three years of Bike Week events. Unique, quirky and a little intimidating; the personalities that surface in the moving landscape of the crowded streets are captured as they appeared. They stand as a visual diary of days spent immersed in another world, and the paths that cross, however briefly, to create this massive and lasting cultural experience.< Less
Mountain Biking Southeastern Wyoming: DOWNSIZED! By Daniel Dauwalter
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Mountain Biking Southeastern Wyoming describes 44 trails and trail networks in southeastern Wyoming, including a few in northern Colorado. Trail descriptions are grouped into six different areas:... More > Pole Mountain, Laramie Peak, Laramie, Red Feather Lakes (in Colorado), Medicine Bow Mountains, and the Sierra Madres. Each trail description contains information on trail location, distance, elevation, trail type, aerobic and technical difficulty, land status, dog compatibility, and directions to at least one trailhead. The 6x9 size easily fits into a backpack to go along for the ride! The DOWNSIZED! version was created as a cheaper alternative to the full color version. It contains most of the original maps, but less pictures and is printed in black and white on cheaper paper. Printing in black and white reduced the production cost of Mountain Biking Southeastern Wyoming by approximately one half!< Less
Gaby Tales By Angharad ap Gwilym, Maddy Bell
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Over the last few years Angharad and I have written a number of pretty much standalone Gabysodes for various competitions and events. Some of these have been widely seen on the internet, others have... More > only limited distribution. I thought it would be nice to bring a selection of these tales together in one single volume so if you have missed their previous appearances or simply like to see Gaby in print, this one’s for you.< Less
Memoirs of a Bicycle By Iggy Giant
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“Memoirs of a Bicycle”, as the name implies is an unusual biography, written by an unusual subject: Iggy Giant, the bike who, under his various masters, not only manages to survive... More > countless adventures in three continents, but also, in his inimitable style, records these events faithfully. He gives us glimpses of the life of a bicycle in modern society, which he finds at times, puzzling, to say the least. Iggy observes us, humans with the eye of a young, impressionable, often naïve, bicycle, and makes no secret of his confusion when facing the many absurdities he sees with the human race. He gives us his take on sex, politics and carbon print. He hates cars with fervor and has a strange admiration for sheep. He also loves humans with a passion, and in his strange, naïve way, he wants to save us. “Bicycles will set you free”, he says and dreams of a world without OPEC, EPA, ECG’s, gridlocks and…fat people.< Less
Memoirs of a Bicycle By Iggy Giant
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“Memoirs of a Bicycle”, as the name implies is an unusual biography, written by an unusual subject: Iggy Giant, the bike who, under his various masters, not only manages to survive... More > countless adventures in three continents, but also, in his inimitable style, records these events faithfully. He gives us glimpses of the life of a bicycle in modern society, which he finds at times, puzzling, to say the least. Iggy observes us, humans with the eye of a young, impressionable, often naïve, bicycle, and makes no secret of his confusion when facing the many absurdities he sees with the human race. He gives us his take on sex, politics and carbon print. He hates cars with fervor and has a strange admiration for sheep. He also loves humans with a passion, and in his strange, naïve way, he wants to save us. “Bicycles will set you free”, he says and dreams of a world without OPEC, EPA, ECG’s, gridlocks and…fat people.< 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