THE CASUAL CYCLIST’S GUIDE

THE CASUAL CYCLIST’S GUIDE

The city and the bike – they were made for each other…

The Casual Cyclist’s Guide continues where Melbourne for Visitors and Casual Cyclists left off… With some steroids along the way.

A book about the city and the bike – and an ode to using one to enjoy the other. A book for the local rider and visiting rider alike…

Visually rich and content rich too, the book overflows with history, anecdotes, observations and thoughts for anyone tackling Melbourne on two wheels, centred around 25 or so riding routes. Find an Outdoor Lounge Room. Discover Museums You’ve Never Been To or even Foreign Sights in Familiar PlacesJourney on Guy Grossi’s progressive four-course Italian feast or discover a French chef’s favourite Asian eat spots in Footscray…
Bringing together contributions from a range of Melbourne architects, historians, chefs, designers and local identities, the guide goes beyond a book about bikes and is a unique book about the city itself. 
With hand drawn maps of Melbourne, design by cult agency Studio Pip & Co and illustrations from Melbourne artists Tin & Ed, it’s a beautifully designed little package too… Indeed a labour of love from many!
Featuring a fine and not so motley crew of contributors…
Andrew Ashton    Founder, Studio Pip & Co
Blaine Cooper     Cycle courier
GoodFishBadFish   Blog
Caitlin Marks   first time cyclist
Guy Grossi   Chef, Grossi Florentino
Jeremy Wortsman    Founder, Jacky Winter Group
Lincoln Riley    Sommelier, Stokehouse
Max Olijnyk   Writer & founder, Note to Self
Nick Creswick   Chef, Libertine
Oslo Davis   Cartoonist
Penny Modra   Editor, Three Thousand
Richard Nylon   Milliner
Rohan Storey    Architectural historian, The National Trust
Russell Boyd   Film location manager, The Killer Elite
Stanton Erskine   Postman, Australian Post
Takashi Omi   Proprietor, Izakaya Den
Ten Melbourne Architects   On the outdoor loungeroom
The Victoria Police Cycle Unit
Tin & Ed   Illustrators
A delightful and unusual guide to the city and the bike;
A mere twenty bucks postpaid!



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Among the winners, The Casual Cyclist’s Guide...

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CALLING ALL CONTRIBUTORS

A new website is being launched in December..

Help build a one of kind online journal for the relaxed rider!

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