#3: Unsung Heroes


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Unsung Heroes is the third, pocket-sized volume of Taking the Lane Quarterly. With an introduction on advocacy, activism, and leadership, this book details bicycling heroes from history as well as the ones who live among us. This issue highlights the heroism of everyday commuters, a woman who battled her terminal illness through cycling, and women bicycle racers from 100 years ago.

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Product Description

This third (and currently the earliest in print) issue of Taking the Lane Quarterly opens with an introduction on leadership, activism, and advocacy. In the following chapters, Heather Andrews gives us a tantalizing glimpse into the world of women bicycle racers 100 years ago and Stacey Panek writes the true-life fable of a bike-commuter superhero. This volume also includes an interview by Monica Christofili on Marilyn Hayward’s battle hymn of bike vs. terminal illness. And Carmen Mills maps the connections between bicycling, dance, zen, and project management.

Published in Spring 2011. 28 pages.

Additional Information

Weight 1.1 oz
Dimensions 6.5 x 4.25 x .15 in


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