This book below sounds really good for geeky cyclists like me, anyone read it yet?
21 Nights in July
The Physics and Metaphysics of Cycling
Ostensibly a book about how amazing cycling is, 21 Nights In July is one nerd's attempt to counteract the psychological damage of the modern age by riding all day and staying up late watching the Tour de France.
Covering everything from urban planning, queer theory, masculine privilege, the mythology of sport, obscure European bike punk bands, Roland Barthes, gear ratio choices and how to crash and land on your face, 21 Nights in July is the thinking cyclist's critique of everything that sucks about the post-industrial world, and everything amazing about riding bikes.