August 17, 2009
Trey Kerby of The Blowtorch searches high and low across the Internet for NBA-related goods you never knew you needed. You know, phenomenal swag. Email Ball Don't Lie any relevant products you find here.
Imagine you played basketball in the 70s and 80s. Picture in your mind's eye that you're seven-feet tall and have feet made of limestone. How would you stay in shape, when you can't even run? The answer, my friends, is a Nautilus machine and bicycling.
And let's continue to imagine that in the mid-80s, you decide you want to pass on your fitness tips to your son Luke and other youngsters. Who are you? You're Bill Walton, and you wrote Bill Walton's "Total Book Of Bicycling." Congrats on the Pulitzer!
Back here, in the future, we're lucky to be able to own this complete guide to riding a bike. Right now, you can get it from Amazon for either $45.90 (new) or $0.01 (used). Unless you're Alberto Contador, I think you'll be fine getting this secondhand.
It's hard to find much information about this tome, other than it's fantastic cover, but legendary literary critic "A Customer" says Walton's book "covers it all" and "is the Bible of bicycling books." Works for me.
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