By 1901, cycling was well established both as leisure pastime and a method of getting about. Yet as a forum for the display of acrobatic prowess its potential has been left unmined. This volume shows straight-faced paragons of Edwardian society in a variety of impressive and unlikely cycling arrangements. Import. Fully illus.
Publisher: Old House
Item #: 4523539
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