Silly Commuter Cycling Book Swap Thread.

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Silly Commuter Cycling Book Swap Thread.

Postby TailWindHome » Fri Dec 21, 2012 12:09 pm

Not 100% on how this would work, so if any one has any suggestions I'll come back and amend/reword the OP.


I've a paperback copy of Ned Boutling's "How I won the Yellow Jumper".

I'd like to swap it for another cycling book.

You tell me what you have to swap. If I'm interested we'll agree the swap. You PM me your address and I'll send you the book. When you get the book you send me the swap.......sender pays the postage and takes the (very limited) leap of faith that the swap will happen.

So what you got?
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Re: Silly Commuter Cycling Book Swap Thread.

Postby Wrath Rob » Fri Dec 21, 2012 12:36 pm

Great idea!

I've already got Mr Boulting's book so no swapsy there. However, I've got a copy of French Revolutions by Tim Moore if someone can offer something in trade?
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Re: Silly Commuter Cycling Book Swap Thread.

Postby rubertoe » Fri Dec 21, 2012 18:59 pm

I have a plethora of books and will no doubt get more over Xmas,

Racing through the Dark
Slaying the badger
Fallen Angel (currently on Loan)
The worlds greatest champion
Boy Racer
Wide eyed and legless (currently on Loan)
Rough Ride (currently on Loan)
Roule Britannia
In Search of Robert Millar
Half Man Half Bike

What I am after is The Secret Race.

What i used to do as part of another forum is finish a book and then post it on to someone else, they in turn would read it and then post it on to another person and so on and so on.

So happy to swap or Loan any of the above. What you got?

Edited;

How I won the Yellow Jumper
A Race for Mad men.

(I think I have another few as well)
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Re: Silly Commuter Cycling Book Swap Thread.

Postby airbag » Fri Dec 21, 2012 20:14 pm

I'm not sure either, but, I have:

Racing through the Dark
The Enlightened Cyclist
A Race for Madmen (though I'm tempted to reread this one).

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Re: Silly Commuter Cycling Book Swap Thread.

Postby TailWindHome » Fri Dec 21, 2012 20:18 pm

airbag wrote:Racing through the Dark.



I'll swap for "How I won the Yellow Jumper"
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Re: Silly Commuter Cycling Book Swap Thread.

Postby rubertoe » Sun Dec 23, 2012 17:52 pm

One more for my list - We were young and care free
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