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Rated by customers interested in. Is this feature helpful? Thank you for your feedback. Read reviews that mention bike joe road ride kurmaskie touring cycling riding bicycle tales adventures adventure funny collection humor across pedaled taking entertaining momentum. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I like Kurmaskie's writing style, his take on life in general, and I'm admittedly a little bit jealous of the biking adventures that he has been able to enjoy.

This book wasn't quite as good as "Momentum is Your Friend", one of his later books, simply because of the format.

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The essays are enjoyable, but "Momentum" sucked me in more because it followed one story from beginning to end riding across America from west to east pulling his two kids. It was a bit more compelling. It was still a good book, and due to the format, it was actually a little easier to put down from time to time rather than staying up two hours longer than I wanted to because I couldn't put it down! I have read several other books by Joe Kurmaskie and he has become one of my favorite authors. A wonderfully gifted story teller with equal amounts of insight and humor into the condition of mankind.

Metal Cowboy is a delightful group of stories from Joe's travels around the world as seen and experienced from the seat of a bicycle.

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And yes you will find the story, in the very first chapter, of how he got the nickname Metal Cowboy. Buy this book, read this book, and pass it on to your friends and family so they can begin to understand why you ride a bike. It's an entertaining book about the author's travel across the United States on his bike. He tells about his adventures in a humorous and insightful way.

Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I read these out of sequence. Well, I love that book so much I purchased the "Metal Cowboy". This book did not disappoint me, I'm totally amazed at so many funny, heart felt, and amazing stories as recollected by Joe. It is truly a book that you cannot put down once you begin one of his historical accounts of his travels.

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Wonderful read full of visions and adventures and I'm not done yet! I enjoy the way Joe has carved each chapter in to it's own world and some with amazing insight, particularly the chapter on a bike adventure that ties in to reflections on the aids crisis. Good read Metal Cowboy!

This is a fabulous book that triumphantly celebrates one's love of bicycling in a series of wonderful and often poignant short stories. Highly recommend this book to cyclists and non-cyclists alike as it explores our common humanity, while touching your heart. This book is a treasure. This book chronicles some of Joe's travels around the world and I found his stories inspiring, humorous and humbling starting off with the story of how he got his name "Metal Cowboy" Winter is a great time to download this book and read a couple of chapters each night on your kindle or iPad.

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