Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: Bicycle Design: An Illustrated History

Up-front confession: this book was not featured (so far as we know) at Interbike! However, it DOES chronicle pretty much all the innovations throughout bicycling history, so rest assured that…

Book review: “The Bike Deconstructed” by Richard Hallett

Over the past couple months, I’ve had the pleasure to read a copy of The Bike Deconstructed: A Grand Tour of the Modern Bicycle by Richard Hallett (New York: Princeton…

Book review: “Rebour” by Rob Van Der Plas & Frank Berto

The French artist Daniel Rebour is perhaps the best-known and certainly the most prolific bicycle artist/illustrator of all time. His works appeared in advertisements, magazines, product catalogs, and wherever else…

Book Review: “My Cool Bike” by Chris Haddon

Our friends at Independent Publishers Group sent us a review copy of My Cool Bike: An Inspirational Guide to Bikes and Bike Culture by Chris Haddon; photography by Lyndon McNeill…

Book Review: “Tour de France” by Graeme Fife

The Tour de France kicks off in a few short days…what better time than to present a review of Graeme Fife’s stellar Tour de France: The History…The Legend…The Riders…14th ed….