Cyclebabble by James Randerson
Bloggers on Biking

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The very best of the Guardian's popular bike blog The Guardian’s bike blog is one of the most vibrant and visited sections of the newspaper’s website. Here, the world’s cycling community posts news, views, rants, and raves, as well as top tips on everything from cycling in spectacles to how to confound the bicycle thief. From the sublime (riding by moonlight on a summer solstice) to the ridiculous (a certain celebrity chef finding it amusing to drive cyclists off the road), Cyclebabble is the truest, funniest, and most useful cacophony of voices on cycling there is.

About James Randerson

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James Randerson is environment and science news editor at the Guardian. Peter Walker is a reporter for, a position he has held since late 2006. Before that he worked for, among others, Agence France-Presse and CNN in London, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Paris
Published August 13, 2012 by Guardian Books. 258 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A major academic study has spent the past couple of years looking in depth into why people cycle (or don't cycle) in four English towns.

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