Cyclogeography (Notting Hill Editions)

Jon Day
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Cyclogeography lifts the lid on the hidden world of Cycle Couriers, the 'solitary creatures of the underworld', and the strange or illicit contents of the parcels they deliver. Here Jon Day explores the extraordinary subculture of courier bicycle races including the Cycle Messenger World Championships and the Alleycat races.
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Cyclogeography is an essay about the bicycle in the cultural imagination and a portrait of London seen from the saddle. The bicycle enables us to feel a landscape, rather than just see it, and in the great tradition of the psychogeographers, Day attempts to depart from the map and reclaim the streets of the city whilst exploring the relationship between bodies, bikes and geography.
 

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ISBN 9781907903991
Publisher Notting Hill Editions
Format Hardback
Publication date 23 Jul 2015

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