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Infographic Guide to Cycling
Cover of the Infographic Guide to Cycling

The folks at Road Cycling UK, touted as the United Kingdom’s leading online cycling magazine, have produced a beautifully illustrated Infographic Guide to Cycling to be released this March. The book features infographics designed to present “cycling in a way you’ve never seen before.” Infographics have definitely shown they can convey a lot–like thousands of words (pun intended)–clearly through intentional, well thought out illustrations. Flip the page for a few examples…

Grand Tour Jerseys
Page from Infographic Guide to Cycling on Grand Tour Jerseys

The Infographic Guide to Cycling mixes, “cycling facts with expert bike tech advice…cycling greats…the Grand Tours…and bike maintenance info.” Bound in hardback, the guide spans 126 pages.

Illustration on bike tech from the Infographic Guide to Cycling
Page from Infographic Guide to Cycling on bike tech.

If you want a good coffee table book to show off your cycling passion in a fun, interesting way, or just something colorful for yourself to thumb through, this might be the book for you. You can pre-order it here for just $18, shipping March 10.

 

 

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Ryan
Ryan
7 years ago

It’s a shame it appears to be strictly road oriented.

adamcoop
adamcoop
7 years ago

My wife bought me this for xmas – great book, though seems like Shimano had a bit of “influence” over a lot of the information.

James
James
7 years ago

Road oriented? Nah, it talks about disc brakes, and everyone knows you don’t put disc brakes on a road bike.

Justin
7 years ago

Actually some mineral oil brake fluids (such as Shimano’s) operate at higher temperatures than DOT fluid, but I would not describe them as “environmentally friendly,” though perhaps “gluten free.”

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