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A collection of short stories, each revolving around bicycle travel, adventure, and summer fun. Narratives on Morocco, Wyoming, the Loire Valley of France, Milan, and Vietnam make up this eclectic compilation of essays and memories by the author. Accompanying the book are over fifty images from a California photographer who traveled with his bicycle as his muse.
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Ode To A Bicycle

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Overview

A collection of short stories, each revolving around bicycle travel, adventure, and summer fun. Narratives on Morocco, Wyoming, the Loire Valley of France, Milan, and Vietnam make up this eclectic compilation of essays and memories by the author. Accompanying the book are over fifty images from a California photographer who traveled with his bicycle as his muse.
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  • BN ID: 2940148477471
  • Publisher: Julia Riley OSullivan
  • Publication date: 7/20/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 20 MB
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Meet the Author

Julia Riley OSullivan publishes and edits the Arts Quarterly FRESCO, which focuses on the renaissance of contemporary street artists. Julia has written several screenplays and a novel prior to ODE TO A BICYCLE. With an adventurous spirit, spending many years traveling various continents, Julia decided to share of few of her cycling experiences in this collection of short stories.

About the Photographer

David Aaron Roberts, lives in Los Angeles. Two years ago he took up cycling and fell in love with the connection he established with his surroundings while riding, seeing things which he would normally pass by when driving, and began documenting his travels in the process. His bike became his muse, using it as a subject within his images, documenting it’s travels in the form of a visual narrative. David has a Visual Arts degree from UCSD, and teaches darkroom and design at Loyola.
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