London Cycling Bookclub launches

The London Cycling Bookclub will meet for the first time in January!

The club is all about meeting fellow cyclists with a love of cycling and cycling literature. The meetings will probably happen on a 4-6 week basis and the first one is scheduled to happen at the Fitzroy Tavern on Charlotte Street.

With a huge choice of amazing cycling books and some ideas have already been thrown around for books to be covered: Anne Mustoe: A Bike Ride, Matt Seaton: Thoughts from the bike lane and Tim Moore: French Revolutions – Cycling the Tour de France.

The format is largely undecided and the first meeting will be a chance to have a say as to how the London Cycling book club could be run.

Set aside on your calendar: Wednesday, 12th of January, 7pm at the Fitzroy Tavern, 16 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2NA

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Hopefully we will also have Matthias, who is setting up the group, writing up some regular contributions on London Cyclist about the books that have been covered.

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3 Responses to London Cycling Bookclub launches

  1. ind 07/01/2011 at 11:49 am #

    3 men on bummel by jerome k jerome is very funny

  2. Peter 08/01/2011 at 5:35 am #

    French Revolutions is a great book, laughing the whole way through.

  3. Nicole 08/01/2011 at 9:16 am #

    Some contenders include ‘It’s’s All About The Bike’ by Rob Penn and ‘Put Me Back On My Bike’ by William Fotheringham, although both are non-fiction, and the classic ‘The Rider’ by Tim Krabbe.

    What a fun idea. Count me in.

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