As Montrealers, we all know that cycling is as much a part of the city’s identity as bright orange traffic cones and smoked meat. Even when the tropical-seeming heat and endless nights have long died down and the city’s streets are covered in snow, the number of bold winter cyclists grows every year. If you’re looking for a book that is both iconic and enticing, Bicycle Bob and the Bike Revolution is one to pick up.
Bicycle Bob and the Bike Revolution Éditions Kata
Illustrated by Satoji
Bicycle Bob and the Bike Revolution
A wonderful introduction to social activism, the story shares a valuable lesson that every change starts with a belief. When belief is turned into action, the results can prove to be everything we hoped for and more. Taking the legacy left behind by Bicycle Bob and Cycling Claire as an example, this inspiring local tale teaches us that breaking the rules is quite all right as long as it’s in the name of social change or, more specifically, a “velorution.”mRb