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Cycle Industry, its origin, history and latest developments

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"Walter Ferdinando Grew's comprehensive exploration of the cycle industry is a must-read for anyone interested in the history and evolution of bicycles. Grew delves into the origins of cycling, tracing its roots back to the early 19th century and examining how it has evolved into the thriving industry we see today.

The book offers a detailed look at key developments in the industry, from the invention of the safety bicycle to the rise of mountain biking and electric bikes. Grew's writing is engaging and informative, making complex technical concepts accessible to readers of all backgrounds.

One of the strengths of the book is Grew's clear passion for the subject matter. His enthusiasm is infectious, and it shines through in every chapter. Whether you're a casual cyclist or a hardcore enthusiast, you'll find something to appreciate in this well-researched and engaging book.

Overall, Cycle Industry is a valuable resource for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of the history and latest developments in the world of cycling. Grew's expertise and love for the subject make this a truly enjoyable and informative read."

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From the velocipede to the motor cycle in twenty chapters. A short history of the British bicycle industry from its origins in a Coventry sewing machine factory in 1868 to its transformation into one of the countries most important industries. A reminder of the days when bicycles ruled the roads from the Pitman's Common Commodities and Industry Series.

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