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Seaton takes us lyrically to the core of the exhilaration and suffering that are at the very heart of competitive cycling (Jon Snow Guardian) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A collection of pieces from the Guardian's hugely popular 'Two Wheels' column --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
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Not an essential 'bikie' purchase then, unlike 'The Escape Artist', which I suppose I've sort of reviewed here anyway...(sorry Matt, but I'll probably still have a look at your other bike book).
The articles on racing, George W. Bush and fixed wheel bikes were all very interesting and fun.
An excellent book to pick up and put down as all the articles (previously published in the Guardian) are just a couple of pages long.
I'll be getting more of this writers offerings.
These are from the Gurdian cycle column and they are well written (unlike this review) and good to keep in the loo for a short read about daily cycling issues :-)
From first page to page 43 ( thats the page the book hit the bottom of the bin! )the constant griping of government, councils, highway authorities, cars, white van man, HGV's, buses, trains and even pedestrians was endless. The continuing reminder of how dangerous it is to ride a bike on todays roads combined with annual road kill figures, had me reaching for the paracetamol. Depressing is not the word - come back Victor Meldrew.
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