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Excerpt from Cycling Art, Energy and Locomotion: A Series of Remarks on the Development of Bicycles, Tricycles, and Man-Motor Carriages
No petition is made to the Fraternity to read this book in particular, but it is hoped that all cycling books and periodicals will be patronized, hereafter, with the usual liberality so characteristic of wheelmen in connection with other matters, and if this work should, in any way, foster this hope, its mission will be more than filled. In one way the writer has al ready been amply repaid; if he had never undertaken this task it is just possible that he, like many others, might never have followed a cycler through India, or have made the acquaintance of The Best of Bull Dogs.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (May 6, 2017)
isbn: 1332334776, 978-1332334773,
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