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Cycle History 16

Proceedings, 16th International Cycling History Conference

Format: 8½ x 11 in. hardcover
Description: 208 pages with 120 black & white illustrations
ISBN: 978-1-892495-54-6
Price: US$50
The latest volume in our series of Proceedings of the International Cycling History Conferences. Included are all the papers presented at the 16th Conference, held in Davis, California, September 2005.

Publication of this volume made possible through a generous grant from the Cycle Touring & Countryside Trust of Great Britain

Proceedings of the 16th International History Conference, held in Davis, California

Table of Contents
Iain Boal: “Re-Inventing the Wheel”
David Takemoto-Weerts: Evolution of a Cyclist-Friendly Community — The Davis Model
3.Aaron Wilcher: Prisoners of the Road—American Veloci-power in the 1970s
Jonathan Botkin: The California Associated Cycling Clubs and the Secession from the LAW Bob Sommer: Bikeway Research at the University of California, Davis in the 1960s
Peter Zheutlin: ’Round the World—The Cycling Adventure of Annie Londonderry
Nick Clayton: James Hastings and the High Peak Velocipede Club
Paul Rubenson: Missing Link—The Case for Bicycle Transportation in the United States
Sally Helvenston Gray & Mihaela C. Peteu: Women’s Cycling Attire in the 1890s
Bruce Epperson: The Great Bicycle Trust, 1899–1903
Robert S. Kossuth & Kevin B. Wamsley: Men and their Machines on the Canadian Prairie Frontier
Thomas Burr: French Expansion, American Collapse, 1890–1910
Nicholas Oddy: The Cycle on Display
Ross D. Petty: The Bicycle as a Communications Medium
Gary Sanderson: Across America—A comparison
Karen M. Fox: Women and Cycle Touring
John Weiss: Destination San Francisco
Appendix: The Miller Collection


From the contents

Annie Londonderry
(From Peter Zheutlin paper)

Porter-Gilmore loop-frame
women's cycle in Miller
(from Appendix)