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  • Published: 30 April 2012
  • ISBN: 9780852653678
  • Imprint: Guardian Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272
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Cyclebabble

Bloggers on biking



The very best of the Guardian's popular bike blog

Beer and bikes: can they ever mix?
What's the best way to cycle in a summer dress?
How much bike do you get for £70? Or £10,000?

The Guardian bike blog is one of the most vibrant sections of the newspaper's website. Here, a cycling community from around the world gives their views, rants, complaints, and every clever tip available - from keeping warm in winter to beating the bike thieves.

Along with brilliant advice there are also plenty of biking tales, from the sublime (a ride by moonlight on the summer solstice) to the ridiculous (the mysterious world of naked rides). Cyclebabble is the truest, funniest and most useful collection of cycling voices there is.

  • Published: 30 April 2012
  • ISBN: 9780852653678
  • Imprint: Guardian Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272
Categories:

About the authors

James Randerson

James Randerson is environment and science news editor at the Guardian. Peter Walker is a reporter for guardian.co.uk, a position he has held since late 2006. Before that he worked for, among others, Agence France-Presse and CNN in London, Beijing, Hong Kong and Paris

Peter Walker

Peter Walker is news correspondent for the Guardian. In 2009 he set up the Guardian Bike Blog which has published dozens of writers and has quickly become a primary destination for cycling debate. In 2014 he was named by BikeBiz magazine as one of the 50 most influential people in UK cycling, and in 2016 he was shortlisted in the Specialist Writer category at the Cycling Media Awards.

Praise for Cyclebabble

It was from the Guardian bike blog that I learnt you could solve your D-lock storage issues by just shoving it down the back of your trousers ...That's the thing about cycle lore: you read it, and you just want to join in. You can't help yourself

Zoe Williams

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