Jon Bridges is on a mission, a mission to get Kiwis on their bikes.
More and more Kiwis are keen to take up cycling, but don't know how to start. Popular media personality Jon Bridges wants to take biking to the masses – and have a good dose of fun along the way.
Easy Rider outlines the many joys of riding a bike in New Zealand, and provides a complete beginners' guide – from riding for fun, to commuting, riding for fitness, mountain biking and even racing. We learn about the reasons for, the reasons against (there aren't any), the basics of buying a bike and getting started, riding in New Zealand traffic, training and racing, safety and etiquette, maintenance, gizmos, gadgets, Lycra – and so much more.
Told with Jon's amiable sense of comedy, boundless energy and passion for the subject, and accompanied by illustrations and photographs throughout, Easy Rider is your one-stop bike shop.
Two-wheeled heaven is just one enjoyable read away. (This book, that is.)
'There is no doubt [Bridges] is a converted cycling enthusiast . . . once you have read his reasons why you should pedal with your legs rather than motor on your backside, you too will be a convert.'