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Cycling for Women: Savvy Advice from the Sport's Leading Women Writers (Bicycling Magazine) Paperback – 2 Mar 2000

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Advises women how to select comfortable clothing and gear, lose weight by combining cycling with healthy eating, and make roadside repairs, and offers tips on touring.

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HASH(0x983f3270) out of 5 stars What a surprise! from one of the authors 22 Jun. 2002
By Sara J. Henry - Published on
Format: Paperback
As I am one of the featured authors in this books ("the sport's leading women writers!") you'd think that the publisher would have bothered to tell me about the publication of this book. No, I discovered it, three years later, accidentally in a web search. I was still more surprised to find in the chapter entitled "Riding with Confidence" that I supposedly changed my first flat tire while riding with a friend named Ann and tried to get someone named Eric to drive out and help us. A nice little tale, and maybe it happened to someone, but not to me. The day that I would have asked someone to help me fix a flat tire, let alone drive to do so - well, I would have had to have had two broken arms. You can ask my mom.
So maybe this book is great. Seeing chapters with my name on them with chunks of stuff I did not write (I did write the stuff after the long intro, for a Bicycling magazine article) makes me wonder how the rest of the book holds together and how many more cute little tales didn't really happen at all.
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HASH(0x9926c288) out of 5 stars I am NOT the editor 9 Jan. 2006
By Benjamin S. Hewtt - Published on
Format: Paperback
I am not sure why my name is associated with this book, which obviously has some reporting issues. Let me be perfectly clear: I had NOTHING to do with this book. Yes, I have edited other books in Rodale's cycling series, but I HAVE NEVER LAID EYES ON THIS BOOK. I have contacted Rodale and they are working to get my name removed from this page.
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