Bike Snob: Systematically and Mercilessly Realigning the World of Cycling

Bike Snob: Systematically and Mercilessly Realigning the World of Cycling

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By (author) Bikesnobnyc, Illustrated by Christopher Koelle

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  • Publisher: CHRONICLE BOOKS
  • Format: Hardback | 223 pages
  • Dimensions: 130mm x 180mm x 23mm | 272g
  • Publication date: 5 May 2010
  • Publication City/Country: San Francisco
  • ISBN 10: 0811869989
  • ISBN 13: 9780811869980
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 17,159

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Cycling is exploding in a good way. Urbanites everywhere, from ironic hipsters to earth-conscious commuters, are taking to the bike like aquatic mammals to water. BikeSnobNYC cycling's most prolific, well-known, hilarious, and anonymous blogger brings a fresh and humorous perspective to the most important vehicle to hit personal transportation since the horse. Bike Snob treats readers to a laugh-out-loud rant and rave about the world of bikes and their riders, and offers a unique look at the ins and outs of cycling, from its history and hallmarks to its wide range of bizarre practitioners. Throughout, the author lampoons the missteps, pretensions, and absurdities of bike culture while maintaining a contagious enthusiasm for cycling itself. Bike Snob is an essential volume for anyone who knows, is, or wants to become a cyclist.

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BikeSnobNYC is a frequent racer, daily commuter, and former bike messenger himself. He has been published and profiled in numerous publications, including the New York Times, Outside, and Bicycling Magazine.

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ELDEN "FATTY" NELSON, FATCYCLIST.COMFirst you'll think the Snob is funny. Then you'll think he's smart. Eventually you'll probably think that he's seen far too many movies for his own good. At some point during this book, however, you re going to say to yourself: Holy crap. He is right. Believe me, that is one disconcerting moment.