World Cycling Stripped Bare Anyone Can Cycle the World This Is How

World Cycling Stripped Bare  Anyone Can Cycle the World  This Is How Author Sean Conway
ISBN-10 0957449704
Release 2012
Pages 133
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Sean Conway woke up one day, realising he was sick of the rat race, wanted to do something that would shape the rest of his life. With virtually no cycling experience, Sean decided that he would try and become the fastest person to cycle around the world. Six months before he departed he had no bike, no funding and couldn't even cycle 40 miles without having to catch the train home. Find out everything from equipment, nutrition, training, safety, sponsorship, and how to go from cycling 40 miles to 200 miles a day. Sean really believes that ANYONE can cycle around the world. The hardest part is getting to the start line. This book will make sure you are as prepared as you'll ever be when you get there.



Cycle World Magazine

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Release 1984-01
Pages 1272
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Life Cycles A London bike courier decided to cycle around the world 169 days later he came back with a world record

Life Cycles   A London bike courier decided to cycle around the world  169 days later  he came back with a world record Author Julian Sayarer
ISBN-10 9781784180782
Release 2014-06-05
Pages 300
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Julian Sayarer grew up riding a bicycle. Working as a bike courier in London, he learned the world record for a circumnavigation by bike had been broken, and that cycling into the sunset had been bought by banks and big business. Determined to do things differently, Julian set out to take back the record for the people. Life Cycles is his story of that record, riding 110 miles every 24 hours for 6 months on only ?8.84 a day - a route through jungles, snow and 20 different countries. He found himself stranded without money in the deserts of Kazakhstan, held up by insurrections in northwest China, and sleeping under motorway bridges in America's Deep South. Taken by life on the road and a spirit of adventure, he loved every minute of it. A tale of excitement and world politics by bicycle, travelling at 12mph, Julian found that the Tartars of Central Asia aren't so different to the trailer families of Louisiana. This book is a reminder that the world is out there... and it's waiting for us. 'This is a very inspiring tale that says alot about the human race, its hopes and expectations, and there is even a bit about the bicycle, especially spoke breakages' - Mike Burrows, Designer of Chris Boardman's 1992 Olympic-winning bicycle



Cycle World Magazine

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Release 1976-01
Pages 1312
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Cycle World Magazine

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Release 1998-01
Pages 1606
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Cycle World Magazine

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Release 2008-01
Pages 1482
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Cycle World Magazine

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Release 1996-01
Pages 1202
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Cycle World Magazine

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Release 1975-01
Pages 1522
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Cycle World Magazine

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Release 2001-01
Pages 1854
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Cycle World Magazine

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Release 1992-01
Pages 1332
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The Good Girl Stripped Bare

The Good Girl Stripped Bare Author Tracey Spicer
ISBN-10 9781460707265
Release 2017-04-24
Pages 352
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From bogan to boned and beyond - a full-frontal 'femoir' by one of Australia's best-loved journalists From bogan to boned and beyond – a full-frontal femoir Tracey Spicer was always the good girl. Inspired by Jana Wendt, this bogan from the Brisbane backwaters waded through the 'cruel and shallow money trench' of television to land a dream role: national news anchor for a commercial network. But the journalist found that, for women, TV was less about news and more about helmet hair, masses of makeup and fatuous fashion, in an era when bosses told you to 'stick your tits out', 'lose two inches off your arse', and 'quit before you're too long in the tooth'. Still, Tracey plastered on a smile and did what she was told. But when she was sacked by email after having a baby, this good girl turned 'bad', taking legal action against the network for pregnancy discrimination. In this frank and funny 'femoir' - part memoir, part manifesto - Tracey 'sheconstructs' the structural barriers facing women in the workplace and encourages us all to shake off the shackles of the good girl. "Glows with the wisdom of a woman who has learned essential truths about love, life and happiness" - Caroline Overington "Wickedly witty and wonderfully wise" - Wendy Harmer "Fiercely smart and ferociously funny" - Benjamin Law



Cycle World Magazine

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Release 2002-01
Pages 1128
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Rain Drizzle Fog

Rain  Drizzle  Fog Author Darrell Varga
ISBN-10 9781552382486
Release 2009
Pages 318
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This is an exciting new collection sure to create ripples throughout Canadian film studies ? an important new addition to the literature on Canadian screen culture. -- Zoë Druick, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University Rain/Drizzle/Fog is the first scholarly study of film and television in Atlantic Canada. With contributors from across the country, the book provides a broad historical overview of film and television in the region, as well as essays on specific topics in contemporary popular television (Trailer Park Boys), early television (Don Messer's Jubilee) and the work of filmmakers such as Bill MacGillivray, Andrea Dorfman, Thom Fitzgerald, and others. This collection is informed by a critical perspective on prevailing stereotypes of culture in the Atlantic region, as well as by history and political-economy debates on the relationship between Atlantic and central Canada. It is also in large part a response to the continued marginalization of regional film and television within the field of Canadian film studies, which has traditionally been dominated by a critical and artistic canon from central Canada and Quebec. Rain/Drizzle/Fog challenges the prevailing tendency to homogenize the complexity of Canadian cultural production and instead celebrates the regional distinctions that make Atlantic film and television unique.



Cycle World Magazine

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Release 2005-01
Pages 1786
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The Bicycle Towards a Global History

The Bicycle     Towards a Global History Author P. Smethurst
ISBN-10 9781137499516
Release 2015-05-22
Pages 194
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This is the first history of the bicycle to trace not only the technical background to its invention, but also to contrast its social and cultural impact in different parts of the world, and assess its future as a continuing global phenomenon.



WALNECK S CLASSIC CYCLE TRADER AUGUST 2007

WALNECK S CLASSIC CYCLE TRADER  AUGUST 2007 Author Causey Enterprises, LLC
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It s All About the Bike

It s All About the Bike Author Robert Penn
ISBN-10 9781608195763
Release 2011-04-26
Pages 208
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Robert Penn has saddled up nearly every day of his adult life. In his late twenties, he pedaled 25,000 miles around the world. Today he rides to get to work, sometimes for work, to bathe in air and sunshine, to travel, to go shopping, to stay sane, and to skip bath time with his kids. He's no Sunday pedal pusher. So when the time came for a new bike, he decided to pull out all the stops. He would build his dream bike, the bike he would ride for the rest of his life; a customized machine that reflects the joy of cycling. It's All About the Bike follows Penn's journey, but this book is more than the story of his hunt for two-wheel perfection. En route, Penn brilliantly explores the culture, science, and history of the bicycle. From artisanal frame shops in the United Kingdom to California, where he finds the perfect wheels, via Portland, Milan, and points in between, his trek follows the serpentine path of our love affair with cycling. It explains why we ride. It's All About the Bike is, like Penn's dream bike, a tale greater than the sum of its parts. An enthusiastic and charming tour guide, Penn uses each component of the bike as a starting point for illuminating excursions into the rich history of cycling. Just like a long ride on a lovely day, It's All About the Bike is pure joy- enriching, exhilarating, and unforgettable.