Get a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live. Mark Twain, Taming the Bicycle Freedom, speed, possibilty, meditative space, and a means to get around—-the pleasures that come from riding a bike are deep, and even the casual cyclist can feel the connection that has propelled us forward as inventors, travelers, and thinkers. Gathered here are the entertaining, inspiring, and philosophical thoughts about cycling from writers (and riders) including Diane Ackerman, Albert Einstein, Susan B. Anthony, Mark Twain, Vladimir Nabokov, Carl Sagan, Iris Murdoch, and many more, thoughtfully and playfully paired with black and white photos and illustrations depicting a history of people and bikes.
Advice from My 80-Year-Old Self
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