Contents WHAT’S IN THE BOOK?
Cycle specific clothing doesn’t have to be Spandex. The Cordaround pants, left, have 3M Scotchlite cuffs that fold away. Outlier pants, below right and left, are from a new range of clothing that “works from both bike to boardroom.”
12. Get Paid to Cycle Almost. Learn more about cycle mileage allowances and US and UK schemes to save you money when buying a bike, such as the UK’s Cycle to Work salary sacrifice scheme, and the US Renewable Energy and Job Creation Act of 2008 (H.R. 6049) as well as the Bike Commuter Act slipped into the $700 billion Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. 13. The Future is Already Here Cycle use may only be 1-2 percent in the UK and the US but in some cities it’s far higher. Profiles of York in England and Portland in Oregon. In Denmark and the Netherlands cycling is huge, here’s why. Guest features from Mikael Colville-Anderson of Copenhagen, Marc van Woudenberg, David Hembrow of the Netherlands and Jonathan Maus of Bikeportland.org. 15. Bicycle Lexicon What are ‘hoods’ and ‘drops’? What do you do with a ‘chainset’? Learn the lingo. 16. Further reading A round-up of the very best books, blogs, websites, podcasts, and two-wheeler Twitterati.
PRINT BOOK & E-BOOK The BIKE TO WORK BOOK will be available on Amazon and other online booksellers from in early 2009. The rich-media e-book will be available to download from a variety of e-book sources including www.biketoworkbook.com
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