Bike London is the definitive guide to cycling in the UK's capital. The cycling culture in London is constantly evolving and this book offers an indispensable resource for the city's bike users - whether they're weather-hardened commuters who ride in all conditions or summer daytrippers looking to explore. This book covers all things two-wheeled, from local cycle shops and essential cafe stops, to ideas for routes and events that will appeal to all breeds of bike lover.
More than a mere directory, Bike London speaks to important players in the city's cycling community, while also looking back and offering interesting facts and snippets of information from London's 100-year-plus love affair with the bicycle.
As London embraces a greener future, this book is a timely resource that will help you put words into action.
Each chapter is categorised by theme: Local Bike Shops, Cycling Clubs, Cycling Events, Cycling Locations, Cycling Routes, Cycling Equipment, Cycling Apparel, Cycling Cafes, Cycle Hire and Iconic London Cyclists. Throughout, Bike London will also feature profiles of some of the great and the good of London cycling, from Bradley Wiggins and Paul Smith to Tahnee Seagrave, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Maurice Burton and Jeremy Vine.
Also in the series:
Vinyl London ISBN 9781788840156
London Peculiars ISBN 9781851499182
Art London ISBN 9781788840385
Rock 'n' Roll London ISBN 9781788840163
Publisher: ACC Art Books
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 210 x 150 mm