Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: “Half Man, Half Bike” by William Fotheringham

The Spring Classics are over, and we’re getting close to the Grand Tour season in pro cycling…in this era of “specialists” who train for particular races, what better time than…

Book Review: “Holy Spokes” by Rob Coppolillo

Over the past three or four years, there have been a number of “practical cycling” books to hit the market — following along with the resurgence in the U.S. of…

Book giveaway contest

If you didn’t know, we’re hosting a giveaway contest for a copy of Gold: A Novel by Chris Cleave over on our Facebook page. The publisher Simon & Schuster was…

Book Review: “Gold” by Chris Cleave

A few weeks before the kickoff to the 2012 London Olympics, I received an Olympic-themed novel in the mail: Gold: A Novel by Chris Cleave (New York: Simon & Schuster,…

Book Review: The Urban Cyclist’s Survival Guide

There are a large number of books targeting new commuters…some good, some bad. A few months ago, the publishers of The Urban Cyclist’s Survival Guide (Chicago: Triumph Books, 2011) offered…