Overall though, I didn't find Hello, Bicycle all that useful. Maybe I've been cycling too long; I've been a cycle commuter (a term that seems too over-the-top to cover my five miles a day) for a decade or so. Perhaps if I'd stumbled across it in the mid-2000s I'd have gotten more ground-breaking, eye-opening info out of it.
30 Days of Biking this year! I do love personal challenges and all.
Penny in Yo Pants solution is pretty clever...even if I don't need it.)
All in all, I don't know how "inspired" this guide is. It might be best suited for a novice or beginner cyclist, but even someone more experienced can sift out a nugget or two to tickle the imagination, open new doors. The important part is that Hello, Bicycle makes a person want to get out and go for a ride. So, I guess, it must be counted as a success because it certainly did so for me.
Disclaimer: I got a copy of this book for free from the Blogging for Books programs. The review and opinions are my own and not influenced by that fact.