Obsessive Compulsive Cycling Disorder is an anthology of 30 articles written by an amateur cyclist over a period of 10 years. The collection exhibits the madness that engulfs those who descend into cycling obsession, celebrating the average cyclist living in a world defined by the pros. The writings range from fanciful musings concerning the Tao of singlespeeding to lengthy descriptions of end-to-end rides in Britain and Ireland. Mountain biking, road cycling and all sorts of other cycling events are chronicled along the way. Each is written in a lighthearted style designed to bring the reader into the author's world which is often littered with incident and humour. The listener will find a loose ticklist of events to ride, bikes to own and challenges to take on, each described in the author's own inimitable style.
©2012 Dave Barter (P)2012 Dave Barter
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"Engaging and well worth the listen"
The story of daves injured friend is memorable as was his ride over the ridge in wiltshire
You need to get into the flow of the book and past the first foundation chapters but the stories resonate and have stayed with me since listening.
"Waist of a credit"
Oh what an awful audio book. full of cliches and read by someone who sounds like Julian Clary.The whole thing sounds like it was done on the cheap and recorded in the toilet..! I stopped listening after a few chapters and deleted this poor book from my list.
Save your money...!
"An interesting book"
This is an interesting book, but it's about an amateur rider with a passion for cycling and an additional for the latest it thing for cycling, Interesting from the point it gives an insight into one man's passion gone over board. I guess there are worst things to be addicted to, but it seems to be quite expensive for this individual
"Oh yes, I know all about that...."
I'm sure I'm not the only person who has read/listened to this and thought....."OMG, he's written about my life!" This is a laugh out loud - bit embarrassing when you're on public transport - kind of book about the joys of cycling...or should that be the obsession of cycling? Well written/read and oh, so true! Definitely worth a read if you're still in denial about your cycling habits!
A good range of entertaining articles on the many facets of cycling. Narration not quite so good but tolerable. Any cyclist should enjoy them.
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