Cycling Book Reviews from

Other than a good meal, there is nothing a cyclist enjoys more at the end of a long day in the saddle than sitting down with a good book. However as cycling, in all its forms, grows in popularity there is no shortage of pedal-powered 'lit' to keep us entertained. An abundance of global adventures, bike repair books, touring guides, racing epics and two wheeled classics can all be found online or on the shelves of your local bookshop, but as more and more cycling books hit the market how are we to separate the wheat from the chaff?

Look no further than Tim Dawson and Far and away the  biggest, and easiest to use, catalog of cycling book reviews on the web aims to review all books in English about all aspects of cycling, and their catalog is superb. From coffee table glossies to children's books, memoirs to mountain bikes, if you are looking for a cycling read and want a review before you hand over the hard earned, do visit this comprehensive site.


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