One thing you can say about Dave Barter’s book, Obsessive Compulsive Cycling Disorder (Phased Publications, 2012) is that it is clearly titled. Another is that it clearly describes in humorous anecdotes why too much of a good thing is a bad thing. Sadly, Barter didn’t apply that axiom when elected to include 30 essays in the book, many of which are almost as funny as they were intended to be. Worried about worrying that you won’t be able to ride next weekend? Maybe you should be. Many, if not all of the essays have been published on Barter’s blog, which will please readers suffering from obsessive compulsive reading about cycling disorder.