By Steven Sheffield When I first read the brief description of BIKE MECHANIC: TALES FROM THE ROAD AND THE WORKSHOP by Guy Andrews and Rohan Dubash, I was anticipating a quick read filled with profiles of team mechanics and humorous anecdotes of life on the road and the daily grind of cleaning and repairing bikes […]
By Lou Melini The Bicycle Commuter’s Handbook is the 4th book by Robert Hurst that I have reviewed for Cycling Utah. You may be thinking that Mr. Hurst is using me as a conduit to promote his books. Actually I really like what Mr. Hurst has to say in his books about bicycle commuting. Like […]
By Bruce Ewert Multiple endurance-event champion Rebecca Rusch has written a great book about her successful forays into adventure racing and mountain bike racing. What is really nice is that she includes a lot of details about equipment, planning and preparation for races. For this reason alone this book a must-read for aspiring bike racers, […]
Etape by Richard Moore is a great read. It includes the story of Greg Lemond’s final stage time trial victory on the Champs-Elysées where he took back 58 seconds from Laurent Fignon over 15.2 miles to win the Tour by 8 seconds.
Imagine riding down the Western Hemisphere of North and South America with your spouse and twin 10-year-olds over the course of 2 years, 9 months and 18 days.