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Bicycling Magazine S Complete Book Of Road Cycling Skills

Author : Ed Pavelka
ISBN : 0875964869
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Provides advice on equipment and skills, including tips on how to prevent injury and convert a mountain bike into a road bike

Bicycling Complete Book Of Road Cycling Skills

Author : Jason Sumner
ISBN : 9781623364953
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Bicycling Complete Book of Road Cycling Skills is a comprehensive guide to road cycling skills and safety from the most trusted name in cycling, Bicycling magazine. This completely revised edition includes contemporary expert sources, fresh photography, and cutting-edge information on cycling technology, nutrition and supplementation, training, riding techniques, safety, and performance. It also features advice on riding in various weather conditions, at certain times of the year, and on various types of roads. Bicycling Complete Book of Road Cycling Skills also includes specific workouts, bike-selection advice, apparel suggestions, nutrition information, and an entire chapter on medical concerns. Backed by the authority of the most trusted name in cycling, this is a book no road cyclist should be without.

Bicycling Magazine S Mountain Biking Skills

Author : Ben Hewitt
ISBN : 1594862990
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 55. 69 MB
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A revised edition identifies the most effective ways to navigate through challenging terrain and hazardous obstacles in order to prevent injuries, in a guide that provides strategies for riding faster and information on training for better results.

Fred Matheny S Complete Book Of Road Bike Training

Author : Fred Matheny
ISBN : 0971461910
Genre : Bicycle racing
File Size : 59. 68 MB
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This presents all the elements of successful training on a road bicycle. It has a year-round program for three levels of cyclists: (1) Fitness riders, (2) Fast recreational riders, (3) Road racers. Included is expert information about training techniques, cycling skills, nutrition, injuries, equipment and clothing. Advice is given for virtually all road riders interested in preparing for a full range of events.

Watch Your Line

Author : Alan Canfield
ISBN : 9781463517625
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"This book presents a systematic approach to improving road cycling skills, efficiency, and safety."--Page [4] cover.

Historical Dictionary Of Cycling

Author : Jeroen Heijmans
ISBN : 9780810871755
Genre : Reference
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The nearly 150-year-old sport of cycling had its first competition in France in 1868. Soon afterward, the need arose for purpose-built cycling tracks because of poor road conditions at the time. Racing on blocked off pieces of street or grass soon evolvedinto racing on special tracks called velodromes. This development marked the split into what are still the two main forms of cycling competition: road racing and track racing. Initially, track cycling was more popular in terms of public attention and money to be earned by racers, but this gradually changed in favor of road racing, which has been the most popular form of cycling since at least the end of World War II. The Historical Dictionary of Cycling takes a closer look at the sport, as well asdiscussing the use of bicycles as a means of fitness, touring, and commuting. This is done through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, photos, a bibliography, and over 500 cross-referenced dictionary entries on cycling's two main disciplines—road and track—as well as brief overviews of the other forms of cycling. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about cycling.


Author : John Franklin
ISBN : 0117037400
Genre : Business & Economics
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Cyclecraft 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; The following areas are covered, including: 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.

Mountain Bike Like A Champion

Author : Ned Overend
ISBN : 1579540813
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 51. 67 MB
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A legendary mountain biking champion offers practical instructions, accompanied by entertaining anecdotes and reminiscences, on the essential techniques, skills, and tactics of mountain biking, offering tips on safety, developing a training program, equipment, and more. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Mountain Bike Magazine S Complete Guide To Mountain Biking Skills

Author : Mountain Bike Magazine Editors
ISBN : 9780875963006
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 81. 61 MB
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Describes equipment and techniques for beginners and experts

Effective Cycling

Author : John Forester
ISBN : 9780262300711
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 49. 68 MB
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Effective Cycling is an essential handbook for cyclists from beginner to expert, whether daily commuters or weekend pleasure trippers. This thoroughly updated seventh edition offers cyclists the information they need for riding a bicycle under all conditions: on congested city streets or winding mountain roads, day or night, rain or shine. It describes the sheer physical joy of cycling and provides the nuts-and-bolts details of how to choose a bicycle, maintain it, and use it in the most efficient manner. Effective Cycling covers the bicycle itself, repairs and maintenance, basic and advanced cycling skills, and how traffic is organized. It describes cycling with friends, bicycle tours, increasing physical endurance, racing, and even finding a cyclist as marriage partner. Throughout, author John Forester emphasizes that cyclists should consider themselves drivers of vehicles in traffic. That means obeying the rules of the road, because when all drivers obey the same rules, they don't have collisions. Forester explains why cyclists should not be afraid to cycle in traffic, and he urges them to resist being shunted off into government-sponsored bike paths as if they were incompetent children. Cyclists fare best, he says, when they act and are treated as drivers of vehicles. Effective Cycling will help owners of bicycles dusty from disuse become active cyclists and veteran cyclists improve their techniques and achieve their cycling goals. Each section moves from basic to advanced topics; readers are encouraged get on a bicycle and practice each activity after reading about it.

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