Buy the book!

When I began this blog, many moons ago, I had no idea that it would continue as long as it has. But it did, either because I had something to say or because I had something I couldn’t not say, and the result continues to morph and expand as, daily, a few hundred or a thousand more words get added to the pile of musings that make up south bay cycling and all that surrounds it. Eventually, inevitably perhaps, it resulted in a page exhorting you to buy the book.

I first had to try and separate the wheat from the chaff, throw away the wheat, and make a book out of the chaff that remained, a book that would sum up the worst, and occasionally the best, of what it’s like to ride your bike in Los Angeles and its environs. The thousands of pages and millions of words that have made up this blog since 2011 have been refined, purified, purged, pared, and edited down to their barest essentials. The result? A book entitled, surprise, “Cycling in the South Bay.” Originality is hard …

You can buy it here: Amazon digital format, compatible with the Kindle, or paperback for the old-fashioned among us. For a book about bike riding, it has garnered a slew of reviews; please check them out beforehand and they will give you a good sense of what you’re buying. If you read it, adding a review at Amazon would be greatly appreciated!

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