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Caz Nicklin - The Girls' Bicycle Handbook (2nd Hand Flexibound)

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SKU B000533

The Girls' Bicycle Handbook is for women cyclists everywhere who need practical no-nonsense advice and information on cycling, and cycling in style.

Whether you're a committed bike commuter or a complete novice, cycling entrepreneur and blogger Caz Nicklin gives the low-down on making cycling part of your lifestyle.

From choosing the right bike for your needs to looking stylish and comfortable whatever the weather, and from combating 'helmet hair' to road safety and fast repairs,

The Girls' Bicycle Handbook tells you everything you need to know about life on two wheels.

  • Format : Slightly Larger 2nd Hand Flexibound
  • Condition : As New
  • Category : Non-Fiction - Lifestyle, Exercise & Beauty
  • Published : 2014
  • ISBN : 9781782064626
  • SKU : B000533
  • PPC : SP460gm
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.
External Reviews

" . . . I loved it - it has helped me, a newbie city rider, become so much more comfortable on the roads, and confident in making longer trips alone that last year were out of the question. Definitely will be recommending to other friends looking to making cycling part of their lifestyle."

"British blogger and retailer Nicklin is on a mission to encourage more women to incorporate biking into their lives. Her guide starts with a brief overview of the history of women and biking, and the role that the bicycle played in the suffragette movement. The next several chapters provide solid information on choosing a bike that will best meet the user's needs, accessorizing it, and riding safely. The chapter on basic maintenance is excellent for novices." - Goodreads Reviews.

The Author

After struggling to find clothing, accessories and advice relevant to her, Caz Nicklin started a blog aimed at getting more women cycling. She now runs her own retail brand selling fashionable cycling clothing to women, and is campaigning in Kent to improve cycling facilities.