Publications of the National Cycle Archive
Ted Williams' idea to make some of the early and rare books about cycling & available to researchers in a
convenient and accessible format. Between 1994 and 1995 he produced a
number of reprints which were funded by the National Cycle Archive. They are all A5 format with a card cover.
still have some stocks of these remaining and available for sale here.
The set of ten books covering the Velocipede era are available to purchase together.
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Experienced Velocipedist" The Velocipede Its History and Practical
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Published in 1869 this provides a general history of the velocipede and an overview of the developme..
This manual is undated, but is from about 1876. It provides guidance on learning to ride a hig..
Originally published in 1869 (and re-published by SR Publishers in 1971) this book provides an overv..
Originally published in about 1874 the booklet focuses on how to learn to ride the early high wheel..
The booklet was undated, but believed published in about
1869. Based in Manchester Muir acts
booklet dating from 1869 provides a short outline history of the velocipede
along with h..
1868 this is the earliest booklet dealing with the "Velocipede Boom".
Davis was the UK..
Published in 1869 Goddard's book relates to the American
experience of the new velocipe..
No 8 above, this book published in Cambridge Mass. in 1869 relates to the
the books above it provides the most comprehensive overview of velocipedes developed
biography of the pioneer bicycle builder was published in 1892 and is now a
rare book. I..
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