Dimensions:8.16in x 6.55 x 0.5 in | 470 gr
Page Count:192 pages
Illustrations:Colour photos and illustrations
This book isn't like other cycling books. It's not designed to help you shave seconds off your time trial, help you corner like a pro, or help you eat a like an Olympic athlete. It's not trying to get you into racing or make you the next Tour de France rider.
What it will do is show you how to choose the right bike, what to wear, how to cycle safely so that you will feel confident making cycling part of your everyday life, and how to keep your bike going. But as well as that, you will learn how to use the bike as a fitness and wellness tool--to make you slimmer, fitter, healthier, and altogether happier. You'll feel better about yourself and have more energy throughout the day. You'll increase your productivity and happiness and reduce stress.
Hannah Reynolds has been editor of the "Fitness" section ofCycling Weekly magazine for over ten years, and in 2006 she launchedHealth and Fitness for Cyclists (nowCycling Fitness magazine).
RobertHicks has spent the last four years working as a health and fitness writer forCycling Weekly magazine,Cycling Fitness magazine, andCycling Active.
RebeccaCharlton is assistant editor onCycling Active magazine.
They are the authors ofFitter, Further, Faster published by Bloomsbury in spring 2013.
“The perfect present for your nearest and dearest . . . a great tool for selling the benefits of bike riding.” —Cycling Fitness