by James Lucas
How does it feel to hunt another cyclist through the city like a fox in the dark? To risk snakes and vicious vegetation as you battle across a remote island? To have your bike confiscated by armed police? These and other pressing questions are answered in the new Boneshaker, which is still loaded with photographs, illustrations and stories that take a slightly unusual look at the world of cycling.
Across its 100 perfect bound pages are explorations across Europe, Asia and the Americas, thoughts on the poetry of departure and the mystery of retelling the ride on your return. Moments of glory as well as those of defeat, from the silently shimmering highways of Laos to the choas and noice of Le Tour.
You'll find their first cyclist's directory amidst a drift of thoughts from saddles familiar and far-flung.
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