Pedaling Revolution

Pedaling Revolution

How Cyclists Are Changing American Cities

Book - 2009
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A grassroots movement is carving out a niche for bicycles on citystreets. In Pedaling Revolution, Jeff Mapes, a longtimepolitical reporter and bike commuter, explores the growth of bicycleadvocacy and issues such as the environmental, safety, and healthaspects of biking for short trips. Essential reading for anyone whorides their bike to work or on errands, works in transportation orurban planning, or just wonders why they are seeing so many morebicyclists on the road.

Publisher: Corvallis, OR : Oregon State University Press, 2009
ISBN: 9780870714191
Branch Call Number: 796.6 M321p
Characteristics: 288 p. : ill. ; 23 cm


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Feb 12, 2013

Great book chronicling the contemporary rise of the bicycle as a legitimate form of urban transportation. A must ready for urban cycling enthusiasts.

Nov 10, 2010

The book is not a guide to help you change your city, so was disappointing in that regard.

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