Movement is co-authored by a Journalist Thalia Verkade and Social Scientist Marco te Brommelstroet an urban planning expert at the University of Amsterdam popularly known as the fietsprofessor on social media.
Movement raises critical questions about how our streets are designed and how they can be made better in terms of sustainability, liveability and safety for all.
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The Force Within – From Police officer to Paralympian is a book based on the life story of Carol Cooke from Australia. I had the privilege to publish her interview on this blog in July 2019 and you can read more about her in this post – In Conversation with Carol Cooke
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Full Tilt is a classic travelogue that describes the journey of Dervla Murphy from Ireland to India.
The author took the challenging expedition in January 1963 with her 2-year old bicycle named Rozinate.
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$100 Startup is a New York Times bestseller written by Chris Guillebeau.
I liked the book cover design which has a retro bicycle, a money bag on a rear rack and a front basket.
The book is a window to unlimited opportunities that one can explore in life.
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You & Me is a collection of poems mostly written during the COVID-19 pandemic by Kanishka Poddar.
Kanishka is a cyclist, Bicycle Mayor of Ranchi, a traveler and a writer who publishes his work on veloventure.in
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Mindful Thoughts For Cyclists – Finding balance on two wheels is a fascinating book on cycling by Nick Moore, who himself is a cyclist, writer and a cycling journalist.
This is my tenth book that I have read on cycling and travel and found it a simple, straight-forward and a meditative piece of work that talks about conscious living.
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The Shooting Star is an honest, real and immersive travelogue by Shivya Nath.
At the age of 23, Shivya left her corporate job and travelled to more than 50 countries – taking the reader to some of the remote and beautiful places in the globe through this book.
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A Midlife Cyclist is written by Rachel Ann Cullen. The book is about Rachel’s cycling journey to heal a broken mind and find joy.
A Midlife Cyclist is a tale of two wheels across the Yorkshire Dales, Vietnam, Costa Rica and beyond, and a rider in search of peace.
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Take Off is a compilation of several short and true stories of everyday cyclists. This book captures personal experiences of men and women cyclists from different cities of India.
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‘Away’ is the 2nd book by the author Dhruv Bogra. The first one was the best seller ‘Grit, Gravel and Gear’ in which he described his pan American journey from the Arctic to the Andes spanning 400 days and 18000 kms solo trip on a bicycle.
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