The Urban Cyclist's Survival Guide

The Urban Cyclist s Survival Guide Written for cycling enthusiasts who expect to run into vehicular traffic or urban traffic patterns anywhere in the world this book is not limited to only cyclists in major cities Observations from ye

  • Title: The Urban Cyclist's Survival Guide
  • Author: James Rubin Scott Rowan
  • ISBN: 9781600785665
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written for cycling enthusiasts who expect to run into vehicular traffic or urban traffic patterns anywhere in the world, this book is not limited to only cyclists in major cities Observations from years of cycling the city streets of Chicago and Los Angeles inspired these solutions, and every tip, hint, trick, and tactic can be applied to cycling anywhere rural or urban.

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    1. One star is probably more than this thing deserves being the complete pile of nonsense that it is. Not only is it poorly written but the advice and information in it is often if not flat out wrong ranges from confusing to written so poorly the information is impossible to understand. While reading the book it becomes obvious that the 'authors' conducted a large amount of their research via the internet or by just asking questions around their local bike shops and published all of the responses a [...]

    2. Not a bad read - but similarly - not terribly in depth on any particular area. I feel like virtually everything I read herein was something I've read through other sources as well. It could serve as a handy "field-guide" of sorts to novice cyclists who are starting to look into commuting and need advice on what they're going to need to know.If Rubin and Rowan had gone further in depth to some ideas (specifically, they only looked at one example of bike commuting with one of their children to sch [...]

    3. My main reactions to this book:i) these men need a new editorii) if these people can get a book published, so can Iiii) although there were some useful pieces of information, I could have just read those things on the internet

    4. Good tips for safety and dealing with intersections. The writing itself was superfluous at times but amusing.

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