By Mike Magnuson
A hilarious and crucial illustrated box consultant that breaks down the tribes of the bicycling group: from the spandex-clad weekend warriors to the hipsters on highway motorcycles who like to snicker at one another (and themselves)
Anyone who rides a motorbike is familiar with the bicycling global is made of tribes. From tattooed messengers to beautiful city hipsters to grouchy store vendors, they might appear like they continue to exist various planets, yet they're united via their abiding love of bikes―and frequently their overall disdain of different individuals of this insular global.
Bike Tribes is the Preppy instruction manual of bicycling, replete with exceptional illustrations that taxonomize the specified behavior, garments, personal tastes, and predilections of cyclists.
Mike Magnuson, an avid rider, bicycling professional, and longtime contributor to Bicycling magazine, covers the fundamentals of racing, etiquette, and clothing and equipment, together with operating statement on biking tradition, poking holes in essentially each pretension within the biking international. Bike Tribes is a enjoyable romp in the course of the a number of subcultures within the motorcycle community―bound to attract novices and grizzled cyclists alike.