Women on Wheels Handbook
Combining a narrative of the early heroines of cycling with a practical look at some of the issues women city cyclists face, Women on Wheels is here. It’s pure inspiration to ride – promise! Scroll down to purchase your copies.
Here’s some praise for the book:
“This practical and straightforward book is a call to action. April Streeter has created a little guide that provides confidence building and encouragement for new women riders. It’s a feminist take on cycling and as such, an important addition to the many books on the subject.” – Bonnie Alter, TreeHugger.com
“Aimed at cyclists who prioritize safety and style over speed, this purse-friendly city cycling handbook makes a great gift for any new rider. The TreeHugger blogger from Portland, Oregon, offers tips on gear, road skills, pedaling with kids, and more, plus profiles of pioneering female cyclists – such as Virginia Hall, a one-legged spy on two wheels.” – Bicycling Magazine, September 2012
“OMG – it’s adorable! I love it - the size, the layout, etc. are terrific. Congratulations – job well done.” – Diane Lees, the Outspoken Cyclist (here’s a link to the radio interview I did with Diane).