I listened to "It's not the Bike" before listening to this audiobook. "It's not the Bike" had a dweeby narrator, but this book is read by someone with a very snarky tone that makes the author seem petty. Couldn't they find anyone better? It's an enjoyable book, but rehashes many themes from "It's not the Bike" and I recommend that book if you are only choosing one. As someone fighting a terminal illness, I found inspiration and hope from both books. It's ironic that I began riding right before I was diagnosed and initially bought the book as a cyclist, not a fellow patient.
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