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The Haynes Bicycle Book 3rd Edition

Author : Bob Henderson
ISBN : 1620920409
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 90.22 MB
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Subtitle on cover: Step-by-step repair and maintenance.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Haynes Bicycle Book

Author : Bob Henderson
ISBN : 1563924285
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 24.78 MB
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A bicycle handbook offers step-by-step directions for repair and maintenance procedures for mountain, road, hybrid, cruiser, and BMX bikes.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Bike Book

Author : James Witts
ISBN : 178521134X
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The Bicycling Guide To Complete Bicycle Maintenance Repair

Author : Todd Downs
ISBN : 9781605294513
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 23.74 MB
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The fully revised and updated sixth edition of the best-selling guide to bike maintenance from the world's leading authority on cycling. Whether they own the latest model or a classic with thousands of miles on it, beginner and experienced cyclists alike need a guide that will help them get their bikes out of the shop faster and keep them on the road longer. For more than 20 years, The Bicycling Guide to Bike Maintenance & Repair has done just that. With troubleshooting sections to quickly identify and correct common problems, 450 photographs and 40 drawings to clarify all the step-by-step directions so even the complete neophyte can get repairs right the first time, and Web sites and phone numbers of bicycle and parts manufacturers, this is truly the ultimate bicycle repair and maintenance manual. Now better than ever, the newest edition contains the latest information on component kits and carbon fork specifications.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Mountain Bike Book

Author : Steve Worland
ISBN : 1844256731
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 61.93 MB
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This fully updated edition is an inspiring and comprehensive look into the ever-growing world of off-road cycling. It explains with rare insight why mountain bikes have re-invented the popular image of the bicycle, making riding a bike fashionable, comfortable, pleasant and ultimately extremely rewarding. It covers the history, the excitement, the diverse styling and the remarkable technology that surrounds the mountain bike. It offers readers an educational look at the mountain bike’s roots, its heroes, and the often baffling design diversification of its many disciplines. There are also sections on the practical aspects of riding technique, fitness, specialist kit, bike anatomy and bike care.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Mountain Bike Maintenance

Author : Melanie Allwood
ISBN : 155297734X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 30.64 MB
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Step-by-step directions and color photographs explain how to care for a mountain bike and how mountain bikes work, covering topics from tools and tires to transmissions and derailleurs. Original.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Bike Book

Author : Mark Storey
ISBN : 0857331183
Genre : Bicycles
File Size : 55.64 MB
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by Mark Storey Now in its 17th year of publication, The Bike Book continues to be a bestseller. Compiled by a new author, this sixth edition is a major update to include all new developments in the cycling world along with a thorough check and revision of all existing material. New photography together with a refreshed page design (the first redesign in the book s history) offer the reader a user-friendly and contemporary manual but still with the clear step-by-step approach for which Haynes is famous.
Category: Bicycles

The Practical Cyclist

Author : Chip Haynes
ISBN : 1550924095
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 47.59 MB
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"...with plenty of tips and advice for those who want to get back into biking even after decades have passed, "The Practical Cyclist" is a read many readers will embrace for fitness and the environment." - James. A. Cox, The Midwest Book Review "Dust off the bike, put some air in the tires, and discover a new world that has been waiting for you. that's an easy-to-accept invitation from the author, who is a bicycle enthusiast, commuter, and self-described all-round "neighborhood bike guy" from Clearwater, Florida. the text addresses the transition into a two-wheeler mindset in an easy-to-follow format. His writing style is light enough to convince a reluctant reader to take that first spin around the block and do so eagerly and confidently. The advice is sound, too. The author encourages first-time bike commuters to resist the temptation of taking the same route they take with an automobile. "There are many roads that all, eventually, lead to the same place if you're willing to work at it,"he writes. "You want, poetically speaking, to take the road less traveled. It will make all the difference." And this book will make all the difference for a bicyclist with an open, resourceful mind and a willingness to step outside the box for an adventure on two wheels."- ForeWord Magazine "This introductory book is an easygoing ramble through the basics and joys of cycling for anyone who has just mastered riding or is returning to the bike after a long hiatus. Haynes, a commuter cyclist in Florida, aims to encourage more regular local riding and commuting with practial tips on selecting from various types of bikes; basic bike mechanics; gear and accessories. This practical, low-key approach eases the reader into integrating cycling more often into their life for pleasure or health and as an affordable, flexible, local transportation option. - Jean Chong, Momentum Magazine "First off, here's what this book is NOT; a comprehensive guide to training, repair, nutrition, racing strategy or any of that other in-depth stuff. What his book IS is a very simple, very practical and extremely humorous guide to bicycling for everyday purposes. Seasoned cyclists and hardcore commuters probably won't get much out of The Practical Cyclist other than a lot of laughs...frankly, it's just not written for the accomplished cyclers among us. But for someone just entering this wonderful world of bicycles, this book is a must read. Let's hope this book sells a billion copies!!! - Jack "Ghost Rider" Sweeney, bikecommuters.com Riding a bicycle is something you never forget—even if the last time you owned a bike, it had playing cards pinned to the spokes. People are coming back to bicycling in droves; propelled by rising gas prices, expanding waistlines, or the allure of fancy gear, bicycling for all ages has never been more popular. The Practical Cyclist is for those who have not been actively cycling for years, or perhaps are new to the sport; it is bicycling for real people. The author recognizes that not every cyclist cares about fancy equipment and competitive riding. The book’s low-impact approach is uniquely geared to people who would like to come back to cycling but don’t know where to begin. There are many reasons for hopping back on a bike—becoming healthier, saving money, saving the environment, but mainly to have fun. The Practical Cyclist provides simple, basic information that takes the intimidation out of visiting a bike shop and includes: How to choose equipment Proper riding technique Safety tips Accessories Easy rules on where, when, and how to ride As this book says, anyone can ride a bike and look good doing it. You don’t have to go fast, and you don’t have to go far. You just have to go. Chip Haynes has been a year-round commuter for a decade, and he owns too many bicycles. He writes about bicycling for The Wire Donkey and is known as “the neighborhood bike guy” in Clearwater, Florida.
Category: Health & Fitness

My First Bike Book

Author : Frank Dickens
ISBN : 1859603211
Genre : Bicycles
File Size : 64.76 MB
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Provides children and parents with the necessary information required by 5 to 8 year-olds when learning to ride a bicycle. This character-led story includes a quiz and covers safety aspects; clothing; accessories; and riding techniques.
Category: Bicycles

The Bicycle Book

Author : Jim Joyce
ISBN : 9780972919159
Genre : Humor
File Size : 72.33 MB
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The Bicycle Book: Wit, Wisdom & Wanderingsis a celebration of the bicycle by people who love to ride. It's a tribute to one of the finest, most efficient, useful machines ever invented. It's packed with original stories, narratives and cartoons from a talented corps of writers and artists from around the world. The book features 32 articles and scattered throughout the book is a collection of 43 cartoons from artists whose work has appeared in a wide array of magazines. Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Thomas Hylton, kicks off the collection with "Bicycling and Walking," a sensible, prescriptive editorial on why cycling-friendly communities are winners. On his heels is "Keeping Up With Lance," Scott Roberts' exclusive, one-on-one interview with Chris Carmichael, Lance Armstrong's long time coach and friend. Two prominent names in cycling journalism - Richard Fries, editor ofBike Culture, and Maurice Tierney, publisher ofDirt Rag- comment on the future of bicycling. And that's just the beginning.
Category: Humor