I’m excited to share in celebration of Brooks England’s 150th Anniversary, the British household name and renowned cycling icon is releasing a unique book to mark this special occasion called, “The Brooks Compendium of Cycling Culture“.
This is not a brand book or an overview of the company’s history. It celebrates and showcases the Brooks values and the culture which has been inspiring the brand, from leading industry creatives, who are as passionate about their work as they are about their cycling. The purpose of the book is to appeal not only to avid cyclists, but those who share similar core values to Brooks.
With the help of contributing writers, artists,journalists, designers, photographers and illustrators (including Martin Parr, Sir Paul Smith, David Millar,George Marshall and Bella Bathurst), this book depicts Brooks’ unique and idiosyncratic view of the wide-ranging impact of the bicycle though unconventional, interesting, curious, short stories, and exquisite art and design.