Bike Cult: The Ultimate Guide to Human-Powered Vehicles

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Four Walls Eight Windows, 1995 - Fiction - 570 pages
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The Ultimate Guide to Human-Powered Vehicles,Packed with illustrations, people, history and,information on every aspect of bikes and cyclingthis fascinating book is a glorious guide to one,of the world's most favoured methods of,conveyance. Traces the history of the bicycle,from its very earliest beginnings to the present,day, across the continents and in sport, artmovies and music. Over 400 illustrations.

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Bike cult: the ultimate guide to human-powered vehicles

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While there are many titles in print on the subject of bicycles, each of which focuses on specific aspects related to cycling, this is the first to combine every topic related to biking or human ... Read full review

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Great book on the history and culture of the bike, albeit somewhat dated. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Perry raced in Europe and the Americas with the U.S. Cycling Team in the 1970s. He is one of the editors of Transportation Alternative's City Cyclist, and was co-author of a master plan for cycling in NYC.

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