209 books (11 pages) in this category
by Doug Mitchel
Everything you want to know about forty of the most iconic BMW motorcycles. ...
A Linguistic Tour de France
by Ned Boulting
<p><strong>Find yourself confused, nodding along when a <em>rouleur</em> relates how <em>le biscuit</em> was <em>effrité</em> (crumbled)? How today they’re feeling <em>Angers</em> (past caring)?</strong></p> <p><strong>Fear no more, for ...eBook
The Untold Story of Formula One
by Tony Davis
<p>The story of Australia's greatest motoring hero, and the dynasty he founded.</p> <p>Sir Jack Brabham was unique in the world of motor racing. He was the boy from Sydney who took on the elite of motor racing and won three F1 world ...eBook
by Tony Davis
The story of Australia's greatest motoring hero. Sir Jack Brabham was unique in the world of motor racing. He was the boy from Sydney who took on the elite of motor racing and won three F1 world championships, the last one in a car not ...
by Bradley Wiggins
<p><strong>One man, one bike, one hour. The inside story of Bradley Wiggins's record-breaking ride</strong></p> <p>For 60 minutes this summer, the British public stopped what they were doing, switched on their radios, their TVs, refreshed theireBook
by Mr James Taylor
<p>E-type Jaguar; Triumph Spitfire; MGA; Austin-Healey – nobody built sports cars like British manufacturers in the 1950s and '60s. There was something very special about the combination of low-slung open two-seater bodywork and spartan ...eBook
by Neill Birss
Invercargill, at the far southern end of New Zealand. It's the late 1960s and two blokes sit in a modest shed drinking tea. The old bloke is telling stories about his life; the young bloke, a junior reporter, is typing earnestly on his Olympia ...
The Tale of the First Tour de France
by Peter Cossins
<p>The first Tour de France in 1903 was a colourful affair full of adventure, mishaps and audacious attempts at cheating. Its riders included characters like Maurice Garin, an Italian-born Frenchman, said to have been swapped for a round of ...eBook
50 Years of Chrysler B-Body Muscle
by James Manning Michels
Charger, Road Runner & Super Bee: Fifty Years of Chrysler B-Body Muscle tells the entire B-Body story, from the original Dodge Charger through the popular Charger being sold today. ...
A history of the Giro d’Italia
by Brendan Gallagher
<p>The Giro d'Italia is the cooler, tougher brother of the Tour de France. First staged in 1909, and only pausing for two World Wars, its hundredth edition takes place in 2017.</p> <p>Inspired by <em>L'Auto</em>'s improved circulation figures ...eBook
History, Political Economy and Culture
by Professor Glen Norcliffe & Professor Margaret Grieco
<p>Examining cycling from a range of geographical perspectives, this book uses historical and contemporary case studies to look at the history, politics, economy and culture of cycling. Pursuing a post-structural position in viewing ...eBook
Eight selected cycle tours
by Stephen Fox
<p>Cycle Touring in France concentrates on eight selected one- or two-week bicycle tours which endeavour to offer cyclists of all levels a taste of France's diverse landscapes and superb scenery. From rugged mountain ranges to vast, variegated ...eBook
by Tom Cooper
A guide to cycle touring in Ireland describing 12 one to two-week cycle tours for road bikes all around and across Ireland visiting Dublin, Belfast, Derry, Galway, Limerick, Kenmare and Cork. Ireland is a cyclists paradise - quiet roads winding ...eBook
by Shannon Sovndal
<p>From steep inclines to slick terrains, <em>Cycling Anatomy, Second Edition,</em> will ensure you are prepared for every challenge that comes your way.</p> <p>Using the same methods that elite cyclists use, you can employ this well-rounded ...eBook
by Shannon Sovndal
by Bruce Bennett
<p><strong>A unique exploration of the history of the bicycle in cinema, from Hollywood blockbusters and slapstick comedies to documentaries, realist dramas, and experimental films.</strong></p> <p><em>Cycling and Cinema</em> explores the ...eBook
by Stephen Ison & Jon Shaw
<p>This book explores the reasons for difficulties in making cycling mainstream in many cultures, despite its claims for being one of the most sustainable forms of transport. In conditions of relatively low use, cycle users become more closely ...eBook
by Scott Robert P.
<p>First published in 1889, this vintage book constitutes an interesting an informative treatise on cycling, being an exploration of energy, locomotion, and the history and development thereof. Profusely illustrated and accessible, "CyclingeBook
Twenty Art Prints
by Claire Beaumont
by Porter Luther H.
<p>"Cycling for Health and Pleasure" presents the reader with a detailed and accessible guide to cycling, with chapters on learning to cycle, preventing accidents, appropriate attire, etiquette, touring, and much more. Both a ...eBook