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I must admit this book is not what I was expecting. From its title and sub heading of "A lady's guide to owning and riding a bike" with its 1950s style cover I was... Read morePublished 9 months ago by NRCM
The author seriously suggests that you should choose cycle through potholes. Avoiding potholes is not usually difficult on a bike, you don't need to "suddenly swerve to go... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Prof TBun
"Heels on Wheels", is, as the name suggests, aimed at ladies planning to get into (or return to) cycling. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Melanie Pratt
This book is squarely aimed at a female audience. The design and layout are distinctly 'girlie'as is some of the content. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ms. C. R. Stillman-lowe
Gave it to my wife who loved it but hasn't made her cycle any further. A nice dip in dip out book.Published 14 months ago by derekw60
I've had an on-off love affair with cycling and have just decided to get back on my bike after a very long time off the saddle. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Miss Marple
I bought a bike about 2 months ago. Back in the saddle after about 15 years. So, this book did appeal.
The book has encouragement, and advice. Read more
My Mrs (being a lady and all) has this to say about this book:
I read this book in about 45 mins and found it a great source of information, not just for ladies but on... Read more
A quirky and good humoured look at how grown up girls get back in the saddle, for the first time since childhood. Attractive illustrations and sensible advice.Published 18 months ago by George Rodger