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Bicycles and Accessories
Complete Guide to Safe and Fun Cycling for Adults and Children by J Franklin
"Cyclecraft - Fourth Edition" provides a guide to safe cycling both for adults and children. It contains practical advice on how to ride a bike confidently and safely in modern traffic conditions. This publication covers: how to get started; choosing a bike; basic skills; sharing the road with other traffic; advanced techniques for cycling safety on busier roads and faster traffic; advice on carrying children and goods; and riding with others.
Simple Bicycle Repair: Fixing Your Bike Made Easy by Rob Van Der Plas
Whether you are an experienced cyclist or a novice, you will have more fun riding your bike if you can count on it not to break down - and if you can fix it when it does. That is what this book will help you achieve. In very simple terms and with step-by-step full colour illustrations, it explains the most common maintenance and repair jobs -in the workshop and on the roadside. The procedures are presented in a step-by-step format, and the illustrations cover every aspect of the work.
Bicycle Design: The Search for the Perfect Machine by Mike Burrows
Mike Burrows is a legend and this is the long awaited masterwork - revised and updated in this new edition - from the world's most famous and irreverent bicycle designer and inventor. "Bicycle Design" is the essential handbook if you want to know how to go faster, or if you simply love cycle technology. Inside, you'll find no-nonsense explanations of everything from aerodynamics to suspension forks.
Bicycle - The Complete BBC Series DVD
From Da Vinci to Dunlop, this acclaimed BBC series tells the story of the bicycle's past and explores its potential for the future. Includes vintage footage, reconstruction of early bicycling, bicycles from across the world, epic bicycle based adventures, and a look at the Tour de France.
A Picture Of Britain - Complete BBC TV Series DVD
Take a journey through Britain that explores the beauty and contrasts of scenery that inspired artists, poets, writers and composers. Features the landscapes and seascapes of the North that are linked with Turner and Wordsworth, the landscapes and skies of Constable's Suffolk and the West Country of Conan Doyle. We follow Dimbleby in six programmes that take him around the country covering the North, South, East and West of Britain, the Heart of England and the Highlands and Glens.
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