Cyclepedia: A Tour of Iconic Bicycle Designs

If you gave us a blank check (encouraged) we would quickly amass a garage full of bikes that would make Jay Leno’s car collection look like a pathetic pile of junk.  Until that happens we’ll settle for flipping through Cyclepedia:  A Tour of Iconic Bicycle Designs like we were in 7th grade and someone handed us a Hustler.  Michael Embacher’s book showcases amazing two-wheeled rides from the last 90 years.  No big deal that we’d be hard-pressed to pick one style we favor over another since Cyclepedia’s got plenty of bike designs covered from simple classic racers to modern, somewhat bizarre rides like ones created to carve up ice paths.  In layman’s terms, it’s 224 pages of bike porn.

Shop+Sponsors