Ride: The Story of Cycling in New Zealand

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Kennett Brothers, 2004 - Cycling - 213 pages
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From the 1960s boneshakers to Sarah Ulmer's Olympic victory in 2004, RIDE celebrates every branch of New Zealand's unique cycling history. This fascinating pictorial story includes: bicycle development from penny farthings to mountain bikes, industry and innovation, women's struggle for the right to ride, track and road racing, cycle touring adventures, BMX and mountain bike booms, major race results and much more... RIDE is essential reading for every cycling enthusiast.
 

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Contents
4
19001950
21
19502004
39
Industry and innovation
55
Women take to the wheel 7 3
73
track racing
87
road racing
107
touring
131
Growing up with bikes
149
BMX
165
mountain biking
175
preserving the past
193
Glossary
204
Index
211

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