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Author: Alan Davidson,Jim McGurn
ISBN: 1585670863
Language: English
Pages: 168 pages
Category: Automotive
Publisher: Overlook Books (August 1, 2000)
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The International Cycling Union was the forerunner of the Union Cycliste Internationale. The NCU was a founder member of the world’s first cycling authority, the International Cyclists Association. The NCU defined amateurism in English races and banned the American sprinter, Arthur Augustus Zimmerman when he appeared to be sponsored by the Raleigh Bicycle Company. It insisted the organisers of the first Bordeaux-Paris met its own ideals before allowing British riders to take part  .

Encycleopedia 1999 Alan Davidson, Jim McGurn Overlook TP, 1998.

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More and more people are turning to cycling not just as a sport or means of reaching work, but as a part of almost every aspect of life. The next Encycleopedia will be the eighth in an occasional series dating back to 1993

More and more people are turning to cycling not just as a sport or means of reaching work, but as a part of almost every aspect of life. Working closely with a select, worldwide group of independent bicycle dealers (IBDs), Encycleopedia is an important resource for learning about and finding things in the cycling world, especially those that are a bit unusual or hard to find. The next Encycleopedia will be the eighth in an occasional series dating back to 1993. In the meantime, please feel free to dip in and out of the previous seven issues in our on-line archive section.

Bought this book for ideas on building recumbent bikes. Its a great book with plenty of interesting bikes pictured.

by James McGurn and Alan Davidson. Bought this book for ideas on building recumbent bikes. I only wish they would publish an 2008 version. this one came out in 2001 but still reads very current.

Escape from Cold Ditch. ISBN 9781899587025 (978-1-899587-02-5) Softcover, Straw Hat, 1997. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

Throughout the world the bicycle continues to withstand the assault of time. Despite the bicycle's perseverance, its design has remained relatively traditional, with small interest in new thinking ...until recently. This full-color aficionado's guide from the publishers of Bike Culture Quarterly provides all of the essential information, including where to buy, and manufacturers' profiles on all the cutting edge cycles, both the one-of-a-kind models and new models that have gone into mass production. The number of alternatives to yesteryear's traditional bicycle design--and the sheer magnitude of accessories to accompany them--is astonishing, and they're all here in this tour-de-force compendium.
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Xava
Bought this book for ideas on building recumbent bikes. Its a great book with plenty of interesting bikes pictured. I only wish they would publish an 2008 version. this one came out in 2001 but still reads very current.
Cildorais
I bought this book because I ride a recumbent and there is very little in the way of books on the subject. It is a British publication which is dedicated to bikes but with considerable emphasis on recumbents. If you are interested in recumbent bikes, trikes and others, this is a fascinating exploration of the topic. It has large, full color pictures on almost every page and it is something which will serve as a reference and enlighten readers with its comprehensive treatment 'cycling alternatives'. Definite European flavor. Highly recommended. I very much enjoyed reading and rereading this book.
Gir
Too bad they're having difficulty publishing these days. This particular volume has many interesting bikes and trikes and accessories and so forth, though it all reads more like a collection of sale brochures. Also, they'd included a photo of the Shuttle Bike Kit which allows your bike to float and tread water (!!) but they didn't have an article on the novelty item itself (!!!)....

Otherwise, a great read. Yes, it's very entertaining, all the same. I especially love their green cycle-as-lifestyle ethos. Maybe this is all still quite ahead of the times...many products covered are apparently no longer available, the companies having folded.