"Cyclepedia" Edited by Michael Embacher
'This sumptuous photographic anthology of bicycle design is so drool-inducing it ought to be sold in brown paper' Independent
An homage to the beauty of two wheels, Cyclepedia is a celebration of the best bicycles designed over the past 90 years. Among this unique selection of exemplary bicycles are classic racing bikes that have been in such events as the Tour de France, high-tech machines that use the latest in material science and aerodynamics, eccentric bikes designed for specific purposes such as cycling on ice, and rarities that are coveted by serious collectors.
Gift book, reference, inspiration, fun, Cyclepedia will inspire lust and envy in bike nuts, commuting cyclists and design aesthetes everywhere.
[If you love the images, why not treat your bike geek to a set of Cyclepedia postcards as well?]
Foreword by fashion designer Paul Smith
Photography by Bernhard Angerer