Pedal Powered Tour Image largeFrom September 20 until November 20 we’re embarking on a Pedal-Powered Book Tour. It’s a 2000 kilometre journey from Melbourne to Sydney over 60 days, visiting bookstores in Yarraville, Williamstown, Werribee, Geelong, Ocean Grove, Queenscliff, Torquay, Airey’s Inlet, Ballarat, Daylesford, Woodend, Kyneton, Castlemaine, Bendigo, Shepparton, Wangaratta, Albury, Canberra, Cooma, Bega, Moruya, Bateman’s Bay, Ulladulla, Nowra and Wollongong before finishing in Glebe in Sydney in mid-November.

Here are the remaining events in ACT and NSW:

Paperchain Bookstore, Manuka
Thursday 31 October, 6pm
Talk & signing
34 Franklin Street, Manuka
Phone: (02) 6295 6723

Candelo Books, Bega
Wednesday 6 November, 5.30pm
Talk & signing
208 Carp Street, Bega
Phone: (02) 6492 3386

Batemans Bay Community Library
Saturday 9 November, 10:30am
Talk, signing & the local ‘Human-Powered Bike Generator’ getting a workout
Hanging Rock Place, Batehaven
Phone: (02) 4472 5850

DeanSwift Books, Nowra
Tuesday 12 November, 12noon
Talk & signing
120 Junction Street, Nowra
Phone: (02) 4421 5568

Gleebooks, Sydney
Tuesday 19 November, 6pm
Greg Foyster in conversation with Craig Reucassel & book signing
49 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
Phone: (02) 9660 2333
Book online:

More details to come. For regular updates on the book tour, visit the Changing Gears Facebook page and the Affirm Press ‘events’ page.

6 Responses to Tour

  1. Martyn says:

    Hi Sophie and Greg

    Congradulations on the Book! Can’t wait to catch up at your book signing in Cooma! If you need somewhere to stay on your way through we’d be happy to put you up again. Also, I was wondering if you might have time to talk to our Permaculture group after your signing in Canberra? If it’s too much I understand, just thought I’d ask :)


    Martyn and Yvonne

    • Greg Foyster says:

      Hi Martyn,

      Sorry, I didn’t reply earlier. I was hoping for an event in Cooma, but it fell through. Our only Canberra event now is Thursday 31 Oct 6pm at Paperchain Bookstore Manuka. Do you want to invite permaculture group? I’ll email you about it. Thanks for the offer of accommodation too. Greg

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  3. Sophie says:

    It’ll be great to see you again!

  4. Kerryn says:

    I’m looking forward to meeting you at your signing in Kyneton on 7 October. If you need a free bed/meal/campsite/bike tune-up space while you’re in Kyneton, you’d be very welcome at my house, which is around the corner from the bookshop. (Just let me know by email if you do.) Congratulations on the book.

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