Encycleopedia 2001: The Guide to Alternatives in Cycling

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Overlook Press, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 146 pages
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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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Alan Davidson, food historian, distinguished author, and publisher, is one of the world's best-known writers on fish and fish cookery. Among his popular books areNorth Atlantic Seafood and Mediterranean Seafood.

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