Two Wheels, Not Four!
Fiction and non-fiction titles all about bicycling!
Divorce your car!: Ending the Love Affair with the Automobile
Unbuckle your safety belt, re-meet your feet and enjoy fresh air. This title includes a chapter entitled "You'll Look Sweet upon the Seat: Bicycles for Transportation."
How to Live Well without Owning a Car: Save Money, Breathe Easier, and Get More Mileage Out of Life
Another book about liberating one's self from one's car that includes tips and info on bicycling-as-transportation such as navigating those wardrobe and helmet-head conundrums.
edited by Ben Hewitt
Brimming with tips from Bicycling Magazine, those green to bicycling can learns lots on safety, fitness and gear.
The Burning City
A lone bicyclist for a rollerblading messenger service in sultry summertime Manhattan, our young protagonist does sweet bike tricks on his way to deliver very bad news.
3 Rivers on 2 Wheels: An Explorer's Guide to Urban Pittsburgh
GV1045.5.P42 P57 2002x
Cycle our city with this detailed guide--also provides tours and tips for riding with the little ones.
A sports and cult classic, The Rider is a realistic tribute to road racing.
The Bicycle in Life, Love, War, and Literature
Once known as a "velocipede," the bicycle has quite a juicy history that is playfully recounted in this title. Complete with illustrations, historical photographs and a "saddlebag of anecdotes."
The Memory of Running
Formerly thin, healthy and loved in a close-knit family and now overweight, depressed and orphaned, this middle-aged rider drags out his childhood bicycle and pedals across the country to find his sister.
Deadroll: A Cycling Murder Mystery
A former pro-cyclist is organizing a ride in Colorado while a psychopath plans to terrorize it.
Full Tilt: Ireland to India with a Bicycle
G490 .M86 1986
Irish travel writer Murphy delights readers with her flawless rapport among the remote peoples she meets on her two wheels.
A Bike Ride: 12,000 Miles around the World
G440.M93 M87 1994
Quit your job, grab a bike, and ride around the world in 15 months. Easy, right?