The Bicycle Bible is a notebook containing plain and lined pages enclosed within from a durable cover. The cover is made from 100% recycled tyres and is therefore a great notebook to take along with you whilst on your travels. Specifically designed with the cyclist in mind, it includes a variety of maintenance information ranging from how to mend a puncture to how to keep your bike in top condition.
Taking inspiration from the Good Book, the Bicycle Bible contains references such as 'giveth' and 'taketh' and imagery such as two spanners interlinking to form a cross. The Rubber Cover Bicycle Bible Notebook is perfect gift for bike or cyclist enthusiasts. - J.F.
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As a bike mechanic, I'm always happy when I receive bike-related gifts...except this time. Firstly, it really smells. Obviously, the cover is made of recycled bike tyres, so it will. But, it also makes your hands smell like cheap Chinese tyre whilst holding it, too, and when you're reading it, you're smelling it. Not something you want to say about a book. While the maintenance tips are useful, several of the diagrams are incorrect; drivetrain shown on the wrong side of the bike, cassette shown OUTSIDE of the frame (in the same diagram) in the Bike Anatomy section, the hub quick release is shown directly mounted to the axle in the Wheel Anatomy section; while many competition bikes have this axle feature, the majority of bikes sold use a hollow axle and separate quick release axle. These errors will be glaringly obvious to those familiar with bikes, but may well confuse those newer to cycling who are taking this book as fact. Between the map section and lined pages, ther'e are eight pages of diamond-lined pages - mystery. Luckies of London, who apparently designed this book - did you not give a draft copy to someone who knows bikes to read first? It feels like it was rushed to the printers.