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tc Calendar 2014 By Guy Swarbrick
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The 2014 trackcycling calendar with images from the 2013 World Championships, 2013-14 World Cup Series, 2013 Junior World Championships and the Revolution Series
The Srampagmano Tales By Scarlett Parker
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The Srampagmano Tales follows a group of cyclists on their annual pilgrimage from London to Brighton. Representing a wide cross-section of riders, they each share a tale of their own time spent in... More > the saddle: from remote rides through the night to delivering packages in the City; from the existential deliberations of the grimpeur to the style choices of the fakenger. Written in the same narrative verse as Chaucer's famous text, The Srampagmano Tales is a witty and knowing account of what it means to ride a bicycle, and the enduring joy experienced by cyclists everywhere. ***please note, the online preview is a low resolution version, and not representative of the quality of the cover & illustrations in the paperback***< Less
YOUNTAKAH COUNTRY A Poetic View Of Nutley Old And New By Anthony Buccino
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A Poetic View of Nutley, New Jersey, Old and New. Buccino's own take on the township mixes history, tales and observations in a rich mix of what may or may not be the true history of Annie Oakley,... More > the ITT tower, Lenni Lenape or Valium, not to mention the Velodrome and the headless rider or the parlous waters that rage through town on rainy days. Knowing some of Nutley's history, readers will appreciate the twists and turns and maybe even learn something about the quiet little "Norman Rockwell town" in northern New Jersey. For instance, did you know that the quiet little river that runs through Nutley was called Yountakah by Lenni Lenape, and so was their annual autumn feast - a predecessor to the Pilgrims' Thanksgiving? The name was also used by a large country club and golf course that bordered the Passaic River in town.< Less