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Cyclepedia: A Tour of Iconic Bicycle Designs

Cyclepedia: A Tour of Iconic Bicycle Designs

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An homage to the beauty of two wheels, "Cyclepedia" is a celebration of the best bicycles designed over the past 90 years. Among this unique selection of exemplary bicycles are classic racing bikes that been in such events as the Tour de France, high-tech machines that use the latest in material science and aerodynamics, eccentric bikes designed for specific purposes such as cycling on ice, and rarities that are coveted by serious collectors. Gift book, reference, inspiration, fun, "Cyclepedia" will inspire lust and envy in bike nuts, commuting cyclists and design aesthetes everywhere.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationCyclingTransportRoad & motor vehicles: general interestMotorcycles: general interest Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd Publication Date: 07/03/2011 ISBN-13: 9780500515587  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Michael Embacher is a designer who lives in Vienna. He boasts one of the world's greatest collections of bicycles. Paul Smith is a world-famous designer and a passionate cyclist.

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Only missing a final 5th star because selfishly some of my favourite designs are not included. What no Deblassi? This is really a gorgeous celebration of great design on 2 & 3 wheels. Although there is some technical information on each bike this is really for lusting over the lucious photography and enjoying the well written reviews that are honest and authoritative but embued with a passion for biking.

- 27/05/2011
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