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Cycling Games Compendium By Cycle Training UK
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A compendium of fun cycling games for people of all ages
The Campion Cycle Company Story By Dave Crofts
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The Story began with William Campion in Nottingham in the 1860`s. He built textile machinery and ran a mill in the Lace market. By the 1870`s the bicycle craze was established in England. Links to... More > this with Thomas Humber are explored along with other notable characters of the period. The logo, durability, lightness, speed and strength, related to bicycles, forecars, motorcycles, and light cars. Originally fitted with Campion engines, other makes were introduced. The Great War is discussed which led to sidecar ambulances and England’s first motorcycle taxi. Throughout their production the bicycles and motorcycles were proven in competition both at home and abroad. When recession took hold they were taken over by Curry’s, and from 1930 the marque was never to be seen again. This is the first record of their complete history, with many original photographs. A must for local historians, cyclists, motorcyclists, and for Nottingham.< Less
Complete Vegan Cycling Diet Second Edition - Cycle Faster and Healthier With Delicious Vegan Recipes and Cycling Workouts By Mariana Correa
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Complete Vegan Cycling Diet is the best book for any cyclist who is looking to increase their speed, stamina, resistance and health. With over 3 weeks of intense daily cyclist workouts that will get... More > you riding smoother and faster than ever before. You will only achieve your goals if your body is healthy from the inside out. You will improve your performance through eating the right foods for you. This book includes a clear explanation of what you need to succeed. Included are over 50 easy vegan recipes that will delight your sense and set you on the path of your best performance. A healthy nutrition is the foundation of your cycling training program and athletic development. Enjoy this book with vegan desserts, vegan breakfasts, vegan dinners, vegan snacks, vegan lunches and more.< Less
The Cycle Touring Diaries - Diary 1: Land's End to John O' Groats By Bradley Howard
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In 2012, Bradley Howard set off on a journey which lasted almost a month, which ran roughly 1,000 miles from the southern most tip of the U.K. to the northern most part of it. During his cycle,... More > Bradley visited County after County, and he 'no-trace' camped every night of it. As if that wasn't enough, he took on many National Parks such as Dartmoor and The Cairngorms. Whilst on the tour, he saw many amazing sights including Lichfield Cathedral, Edinburgh Castle, and the Forth Road Bridge, and much more besides. Through his trip, Bradley kept a journal, which he has now turned into this book, to share his knowledge and adventures with others. In this book, he gives us his reflections on profound insights that came from his adventure, how he managed to live on a budget whilst being on the road, and how he kept himself fuelled whilst he still maintained his Vegan diet. Along the way, Bradley worked hard to tread in harmony with the environment. So pack your pannier bags, let’s go on an adventure!< Less
The Cycle Touring Diaries - Diary 1: Land's End to John O' Groats By Bradley Howard
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In 2012, Bradley Howard set off on a journey which lasted almost a month, which ran roughly 1,000 miles from the southern most tip of the U.K. to the northern most part of it. During his cycle,... More > Bradley visited County after County, and he 'no-trace' camped every night of it. As if that wasn't enough, he took on many National Parks such as Dartmoor and The Cairngorms. Whilst on the tour, he saw many amazing sights including Lichfield Cathedral, Edinburgh Castle, and the Forth Road Bridge, and much more besides. Through his trip, Bradley kept a journal, which he has now turned into this book, to share his knowledge and adventures with others. In this book, he gives us his reflections on profound insights that came from his adventure, how he managed to live on a budget whilst being on the road, and how he kept himself fuelled whilst he still maintained his Vegan diet. Along the way, Bradley worked hard to tread in harmony with the environment. So pack your pannier bags, let’s go on an adventure!< Less
Life to the Lees By David Charles
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Have you ever had one of those days? One of those days when the sun is shining and the legs are strong and the lungs are heaving, lighting on air, and you're screaming and shouting into the wind - I... More > want you! I want you, so bad! - and you don't mean anyone but life. Two days after the funeral of my nan, the clouds are bursting in freakish pressure-drop rainstorms. I'm sitting in the kitchen, clinging to my teacup as if it were a lifebuoy, delaying departure on an epic 4,110 mile cycle around the coast of Britain. Life to the Lees is more than a simple travelogue: it's a story of doubt and discovery, solitude and solidarity, regret and recovery. From London to Lerwick to Liverpool; from Liverpool to Land's End to London again, David learns the humbling lessons of the road. And why sharks don't have knees.< Less
A Champion Lost By Adrian Elson
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Barrie Michael Elson lost his life on August 29th 1967, he had celebrated his sixteenth birthday just three weeks earlier. A multiple cycling champion he was destined for the very top. A Champion... More > Lost is written by the brother he left behind, indeed, someone who has only one memory of this cycling superstar. Using Barrie’s scrap books and diaries along with the many stories passed down through the years, the author attempts to piece together his elder brother’s amazing but short career. Thoughtful, incisive, at times tragic, the book seeks to explore the almost subliminal relationship between the two brothers whilst also linking up the world of Cyclo-Cross from the 1960’s right up to present day.< Less
Bottoms Up! I'm Not Really a Cyclist By John Roome
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A cycling adventure, travelling from the north of England to the south of France, via the Atlantic coast. History, culture and encounters abound in this amusing account of an unforgettable journey.
Off Yer Bike! By Derek Clarke
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‘A great read … salty language and wandering cycling-led anecdotage’ - Cycling Plus ‘… hilarious quirks of human behaviour … a fine piece’ - Pen... More > Press ‘A genuine laugh out loud book . . . keenly observed humorous tales following the author and his partner around Britain with cycle, tent and a thirst’- Sky Bums ‘… an enjoyable dip in, dip out travelogue …’ - Shropshire Star< Less
The Cake Crusader By Kevin Frazer
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Follow a keen cyclist on a journey that takes him from humble local trips to world record attempts and near death experiences. How did a simple method of keeping track of decent cycling café... More > pit stops turn the life of Kevin Frazer upside down? Follow his adventures into Europe, up mountains and right across Great Britain as he becomes a rising star on social media. Will Kevin prove his critics wrong? Should cheese scones be served hot or cold? Does he really have nothing better to do with his time? A must read for lovers of cycling and cake or anyone wanting to make it big in the virtual world.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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