Welcome to Biking Books. We are an online bookstore featuring bicycling books. We sell a large variety of titles on all areas of bicycling from racing to touring to mountain bike guide books. We also sell magazine subscriptions to some of your favorites!

coverJoe Friel's Cyclist's Training Bible

"Periodization," nutrition, stretching, peaking--who knew that so much went into riding a bike? Joe Friel's The Cyclist's Training Bible is jam-packed with information, easily the most authoritative book on cycling to date.

Mountain Biking Utah (Falcon Guide) by Gregg Bromka List Price: $19.95 Our Price: $15.96 You Save: $3.99 (20%)

With 100 rides to choose from, Mountain Biking Utah takes fat-tire enthusiasts on a tour of the state's unique landscapes-from the rugged mountains in the north to the spacious central plateaus and famed canyon country in the south. Pedal through the Wasatch Mountains near Salt Lake City, relish the endless vistas atop Brian Head Resort, and discover Moab's redrock splendor in and around Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Mountain bikers of all abilities will enjoy the classic assortment of rides varying in length and difficulty and appealing to a variety of moods, skills, and fitness levels. Detailed route descriptions, elevation profiles and easy-to-use maps help you find the trailhead and stay on track.

Bicycling Magazine's Complete Guide to Bicycle Maintenance and Repair for Road and Mountain Bikes : Over 1,000 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques by Jim Langley, 1999. List Price: $18.95 Our Price: $15.16 You Save: $3.79 (20%)

Your local bike mechanic might have you thinking that "wrenching" is right up there with rocket science. But the truth is, anyone can master the ins and outs of bicycle maintenance under the guidance of a good teacher. In lieu of a professor, the editors of Bicycling and Mountain Bike magazines have created a shop companion, which they refer to as "another tool for working on your bike." They guide you from the basics of your pre-ride checklist to tuning your derailleurs and overhauling your hubs. And they offer updated information on maintaining front shocks and even a handful of rear suspensions. What's more, they can walk you through the arduous task of rebuilding ancient parts that some shop mechanics haven't even heard of. If you've ever tried to work on your own car, you've undoubtedly developed a healthy fear of automobile shop manuals. But unlike the cryptic list of part numbers and equations you'll find at Pep Boys, this guide is written by people who want you to see just how rewarding bike maintenance can be. --Ben Tiffany

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