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The Enlightened Cyclist: Finding the Path to Two-wheeled Transcendence Hardcover – 1 Apr 2012
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"Weiss is a Brooklyn-based cyclist and writer. His book is 240 pages of optimism hidden in snark, of hope cloaked in sarcasm, and it's full of sometimes scathing, always accurate cycling observations that occasionally border on genius....But for all its sardonic wit - and there is a lot of it - "The Enlightened Cyclist'' at its core is an honest look at a growing culture of bicycle commuters vying for a slice of the road in a car-dominated culture that still considers the bicycle an "alternative'' means of transportation. Mixed into the snark stew is a plea for commuters of all stripes - pedestrian, cyclist and driver - simply to get along." - The Unnamed Cyclist
About the Author
Eben Weiss, aka BikeSnobNYC, is a previously anonymous and massively popular cycling blogger. His platform has grown since writing the first book. His blog keeps growing -- now getting over 400,000 visits a month.
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Who admits he also has feet of clay, uses other types of vehicles and his attitude
Changes accordingly. This book is as funny as his Bike Snob.
I have multiple pages marked to be re-read.
Buying the rest from the Bike Snob and in hardcopy. Keep up the good work!
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I bought this for my boyfriend after he really enjoyed the first book. He said it it scraping the barrel for subject matter and is overly self indulgent, which is a tad... Read morePublished on 24 July 2013 by elinor softley
I bought this book as a birthday present for a cycling friend. He thought it was a brilliant read and very funny.Published on 1 July 2013 by H & N
Brilliant book, essential reading for all cyclists even though it is an american book. I would definately recommend it. Enjoy!Published on 17 May 2013 by keefy boy