A Woman's Guide to Cycling

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Ten Speed Press, 1991 - Cycling for women - 256 pages
A classic from our proven cycling list gets a fresh new look in this wholly revised and updated of the book no woman on the road (or trail, for that matter) should be without. New cool stuff includes an expanded chapter on off-road and mountain biking, full color photos illustrating the latest in bike technology -- and featuring inspiring shots of real cyclists, from everyday commuters to international racers -- and up-to-the-minute inio on retailers, distributors, tours for women, bike-friendly youth hotels, bicycle clubs, and much much more. Indeed, everyone from the nervous novice to the seasoned cyclist will find something to love in this accessible, fun-to-read guide.

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This book contains "real life'' stories from women on how they started cycling, why they cycle, and what a difference cycling has made in the quality of their lives. Cycling subjects covered include ... Read full review


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