Maintenance & Performance
Bicycling & the Law - Your Rights as a Cyclist
by Bob Mionske, JD
Every day, bicycle riders encounter the challenges of commuting in traffic, over-enthusiastic dogs, road hazards, traffic codes, harassment, road rage, theft, and property damage. Riders, this is the book you’ve been waiting for.
384 pages 5 x 9
978-1-931382-99-1 2007 B250 $18.95
by Matt Fitzgerald
The definitive book on integrating alternative exercise activities into your training program for a long, enjoyable, successful life of running. You’ll learn everything you need to know about the very best cross-training activities for runners, from the equipment you’ll need to the techniques you’ll have to master.
255 pages 6 x 9
978-1-57954-783-7 2004 B192 $14.95
Cyclo-Cross - Third Edition
by Simon Burney
Thousands say Cyclo-Cross is considered the bible of modern cyclo-cross racing, yet it also appeals to mountain and road riders looking for an awesome winter workout and perhaps some fun off-season racing as well.
240 pages 6 x 9
978-1-934030-05-9 2007 B207 $18.95
The Long-Distance Cyclist’s Handbook - Second Edition
by Simon Doughty, Professional Coach
Contains everything you need to know to ride your bicycle farther than the end of the driveway! From selecting the correct bicycle, accessories, clothing, and gear - to maintenance, on-the-road repairs, bicycle safety, and nutrition and training techniques.
216 pages 7 ½ x 9
978-1-59228-948-7 2006 B079 $16.95
How to Shit in the Woods - Second Edition
by Kathleen Meyer
This book has been adopted by outdoor enthusiasts everywhere as part of the solution in dealing with the ever increasing threats of pollution in our once-pristine wildlands. Written with an effervescent sense of humor.
108 pages 5 x 8 ½
978-0-89815-627-0 B150 $11.95
Mental Training for Peak Performance
by Steven Ungerleider, PHD
An immobilized brain is often the reason why the strongest or fastest or most skillful athlete will lose a competition to a competitor who, on paper, at least, seems inferior. While physical skill is important, other factors determine a champion - chief among them, factors like mental conditioning, toughness, focus, and the ability to recover swiftly from a setback. Top athletes reveal the mind exercises they use to excel.
272 pages 5 ½ x 8 ½
978-1-59486-028-7 2005 B209 $14.95
The Perfect Distance training for a long-course triathlon
by Tom Rodgers
1.2 mile swim + 56 mile bike + 13.1 mile run = the perfect distance. What makes long-course triathlon the perfect distance? It’s challenging but achievable. It fits into a real-life training schedule. It’s great preparation for a full Ironman - and it’s fun!
371 pages 9 x 6
Triathlete’s Training Bible
by Joe Friel
For nearly 20 years, triathletes have turned to the Training Bible to learn how to train for victory. Now, in this all new edition, Joe distills the latest discoveries in exercise science, data analysis, daily planning, and skills development to help you create a personal training plan for success.
388 pages 8 ½ x 11
978-1-937715-44-1 2016 B088 $26.95
Weight Training for Cyclists - Second Edition
by Eric Schmitz and Ken Doyle
Written from the premise that optimum cycling performance demands total body strength, this book informs the serious cyclist on how to increase strength with weight training, as cycling alone cannot completely develop the muscle groups used while riding.
200 Pages 6 X 9
978-1-884737-43-5 2008 B172 $18.95