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From A to B

A Cartoon Guide to Getting Around by Bike

Dave Walker



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31 August 2021
'Pure joy. Happy, generous, funny, kind, wise and full of fresh air. An absolutely wonderful book.' - Jeremy Vine

'Engaging, entertaining and enlightening' - Chris Boardman

'A glorious celebration of the wonder and absurdity of cycling' - Ned Boulting

'Hilarious' - Cycling Weekly

More joyful cycling cartoons from the renowned Cycling Cartoonist.

Inside you'll find over 100 full-page cartoons that cast an affectionate eye over the delights and challenges of cycling: from everyday commuting to cycling adventures, and everything in between.

This cartoon manifesto for pedal-powered transport is a mixture of comedic insights and actually useful information, for everyone from beginners to seasoned cycling campaigners. These are funny, thoughtful and powerful cartoons from best-selling cartoonist Dave Walker, celebrating the simple pleasure of getting from A to B on two wheels.

Topics addressed include: - Motivational sentiments for riding up hills - Ways to keep your saddle dry in the rain - Things you could carry on a cargo bike - A traffic report for the National Cycle Network
Imprint:   Bloomsbury
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 200mm,  Width: 200mm, 
Weight:   520g
ISBN:   9781472976130
ISBN 10:   1472976134
Pages:   128
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Dave Walker is a cartoonist and illustrator living in South Essex, UK. His cycling cartoons have been published by The Guardian, Cycling UK, and others. Dave has had a weekly cartoon in the Church Times since 2005. Find him at, and on Twitter @davewalker

Reviews for From A to B: A Cartoon Guide to Getting Around by Bike

Cartoonist and cyclist Dave Walker has put together this hilarious coffee table book full of cycling-related illustrations - Review of The Cycling Cartoonist * Cycling Weekly * I would be very surprised if there wasn't at least one page in this book with which any subculture of cyclist could not identify. Review of The Cycling Cartoonist * thewashingmachinepost * With luck, Walker may be at the forefront of a renaissance of the art of cycling cartoons. I for one would be happy to see more exponents of the art showing off their talents if they are as good as this. Review of Cycling Cartoonist -- Feargal McKay * * I laughed out loud... There's so much in this book that will appeal to any rider. Review of The Cycling Cartoonist * *

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