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Tony Hadland’s Bibliography as at February 2015

05/09/2011

This listing includes books which Tony Hadland has either written, edited, designed or to which he has contributed chapters or research. Each entry makes clear the extent of his involvement and the current availability of the book. The listing excludes magazines, book supplements and in-house technical manuals.

BOOKS ON CYCLE HISTORY AND TECHNOLOGY

BICYCLE DESIGN: TOWARDS THE PERFECT MACHINE
A non-mathematical explanation of bicycle science, by the creator of Chris Boardman’s Olympic machine
Author: Mike Burrows
Editor/co-author: Tony Hadland
First edition (softback): 2000, reprinted 2001
Second edition (softback): 2004
Third edition (softback): 2008
Fourth edition (softback): 2015
Availability: from spring 2015 via Amazon or any good bookshop

THE F-FRAME MOULTONS
Technical history of the original F-frame Moultons
Author: Tony Hadland
Originally published in 1981 as THE MOULTON BICYCLE
First edition (staple-bound white cover): 1981, reprinted same year (out of print)
Second edition (softback blue cover): 1982, reprinted 1986, 1991, 1994 (out of print)
Hardback version of second edition: 2000 (out of print)
Republished by LIT Verlag as THE F-FRAME MOULTONS in hardback with new introductory chapter by Michael Woolf: 2014
Availability: from autumn 2014 via Amazon or the publisher, LIT Verlag

BICYCLE DESIGN: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY
A uniquely comprehensive and carefully researched history of bicycle design
Authors: Tony Hadland and Hans-Erhard Lessing
Hardback: 2014
Availability: from spring 2014 via the MIT Press website, Amazon or any good bookshop

RALEIGH: PAST AND PRESENCE OF AN ICONIC BICYCLE BRAND
The most comprehensive history of Britain’s most famous cycle maker
Author: Tony Hadland
Editor: Rob Van der Plas
Hardback: 2011
Availability: from October 2011 via Amazon, any good bookshop or the publisher, Cycle Publishing/Van der Plas Publications

THE STURMEY-ARCHER STORY
Technical history of Sturmey-Archer bicycle gears
Author: Tony Hadland
Hardback: 1987 (out of print)
Softback: 1987
Availability: from the Veteran-Cycle Club book sales or telephone the publisher, Dorothy Pinkerton, on +44 (0)121 350 0685

THE SPACEFRAME MOULTONS
Technical history of the later Moulton bicycles, principally those models launched between 1983 and 1994
Author: Tony Hadland
First edition (hardback, published by Hadland Books): 1994 (out of print)
Second edition (hardback, published by LIT Verlag): 2009
Pocket edition (softback, published by LIT Verlag): 2009
Availability: Second and pocket editions available via Amazon or from the publisher, LIT Verlag

IT’S IN THE BAG!
Outline history of portable cycles in the UK
Authors: Tony Hadland and John Pinkerton
Hardback: 1996
Spiral-bound: 1996
Availability: from the Veteran-Cycle Club book sales or telephone the publisher, Dorothy Pinkerton, on +44 (0)121 350 0685

A HISTORY OF ROVER CYCLES
Authors: John Pinkerton and Derek Roberts
Chapter on Land Rover cycles by Tony Hadland
Hardback: 1998
Availability: from the Veteran-Cycle Club book sales or telephone the publisher, Dorothy Pinkerton, on +44 (0)121 350 0685

HUMAN POWER
Arnfried Schmitz’s story of his involvement with streamlined Human Powered Vehicles and their evolution through the 20th century
Author: Arnfried Schmitz
Edited, designed and pre-pressed by Tony Hadland
Softback: 2000
Russian edition (softback): 2007
Availability: from the Veteran-Cycle Club book sales or via the author at Gallas, Lioux, Gordes, F84220, France

CYCLISTS, CYCLING, CYCLES AND CYCLE PARTS
An anthology of writings and research
Author: Arnfried Schmitz
Edited, designed and pre-pressed by Tony Hadland
Softback: 2010
Availability: may be ordered through any bookshop or direct from Tony Hadland (tony.hadland@gmail.com)

THE DANCING CHAIN
History and development of the derailleur bicycle.
First edition (hardback): 2000
Authors: Frank Berto, Ron Shepherd and Raymond Henry
Contributions from Tony Hadland and Walter Ulreich
Second edition (hardback): 2004
Author: Frank Berto
Contributions from Ron Shepherd, Raymond Henry, Walter Ulreich, Tony Hadland and
Gordon Selby.
Third edition (hardback): 2009
Author: Frank Berto
Contributions from Tony Hadland, Jan Heine, Raymond Henry, Gordon Selby, Ron
Shepherd and Walter Ulreich
Availability of third edition: via Amazon or any good bookshop

ENCYCLEOPEDIA 2001
Annual guide to alternatives in cycling
Editors: Peter Eland and Dan Joyce
Editorial team: The editors plus Jim McGurn, Tony Hadland, Simon Levermore and
Hannes Neupert
Softback: 2000
Availability: out of print

CYCLE HISTORY 11
Proceedings of the 11th International Cycling History Conference, Osaka, Japan.
Editors: Andrew Ritchie and Rob van der Plas
Contains a paper by Tony Hadland on Raleigh UK in the last quarter of the 20th
century
Hardback: 2001
Availability: from the Veteran-Cycle Club book sales or Cycle Publishing/Van der Plas Publications

CYCLE HISTORY 13
Proceedings of the 13th International Cycling History Conference, Muenster, Germany
Editors: Andrew Ritchie and Nick Clayton
Contains a paper by Arnfried Schmitz on the rise and fall of Ideale, edited by Tony Hadland
Hardback: 2003
Availability: from the Veteran-Cycle Club book sales or Cycle Publishing/Van der Plas Publications

CYCLE HISTORY 19
Proceedings of the 19th International Cycling History Conference, Saint-Étienne, France
Editors: Nadine Besse and Anne Henry
Contains a paper by Arnfried Schmitz on the Vector high-speed trike in the Mercedes test tunnel, edited by Tony Hadland
Hardback: 2010
Availability: from the Veteran-Cycle Club book sales

SUNBEAM CYCLES
Authors: John Pinkerton and Derek Roberts
Contributions from Scotford Lawrence and Tony Hadland
Edited, designed and pre-pressed by Tony Hadland
Hardback: 2002
Availability: from the Veteran-Cycle Club book sales or telephone the publisher, Dorothy Pinkerton, on +44 (0)121 350 0685

RECUSANT HISTORY
THAMES VALLEY PAPISTS
The clandestine survival of Roman Catholicism in Berkshire and southern Oxfordshire after the Reformation
Author: Tony Hadland
First edition (hardback): 1992 (out of print)
Second edition (softback): 2004
Availability: from Mapledurham House (email or phone the estate office or visit in person)

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
New perspectives for the construction professional.
Editors: Peter Barrett and Rod Males
Chapter on information management by Tony Hadland
Hardback: 1991
Availability: out of print

STAYING LEGAL
A guide to issues and practice for users and publishers of electronic resources.
Editor: Chris Armstrong
Chapter on information security by Tony Hadland
Hardback: 1999
Availability: out of print

ARCHITECTURE
BRANCH DESIGN FOR THE 21st CENTURY
New directions in bank design.
Edited by D. Kaine Stankovich
Chapter by Tony Hadland
Softback: 1994
Availability: out of print

EXPLORATION
GLIMPSES OF A VICTORIAN HERO
Excerpts from the travel diaries of William Gill, explorer and spy
Edited and pre-pressed by Tony Hadland
Softback: 2001, reprinted 2014 and 2016
Availability: from Tony Hadland (tony.hadland@gmail.com)

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6 Comments
  1. S. Paul Shecter permalink

    Tony,
    I have recently bought the F-frame book (reprint) and the 1994 Space Frame book.

    I have a fairly restored 1964 4 speed F-frame. I’d like to get a space frame. Have done an addendum to your book on the TSR frames?

    I am curious about these.

    Thank you

    S

    • Hi Paul,
      Many thanks for your message and kind words. The present version of The Spaceframe Moultons, published in 2008 by LIT Verlag, is essentially a reprint of the 1994 book but with an additional introduction by Dr Moulton and with a short appendix on major developments between 1994 and 2008. I’ll email you a copy of the text.
      The quality of the TSRs is much better than the original APBs and new models continue to appear. For further details, I suggest you contact Steven Harvey at the Moulton Bicycle Company: sales@moultonbicycles.co.uk
      Cheers,

      Tony

  2. Hi Tony my son bought me your fantastic book ‘Raleigh- past & present’. Brilliant ! I am a self confessed ‘Raleigh fan’. I was a Raleigh dealer for 40 years, multi franchise then exclusive for half that time.That was from the mid sixties, great company really supportive to little guys like me. Proud to promote the brand and you did a great job with your great publication, bikes get in your blood!
    Kind regards

    Phil Staples

    • Many thanks for this, Phil. I’m delighted that you enjoyed the book.
      All the best,
      Tony

  3. John Purser , a VCC member permalink

    Amazon are out of stock of the Raleigh book. Can I buy if from you directly, please. Can send an old fashioend cheque…..or use a card

    Regsrds

    • Hi John and thanks for your email.
      Sorry but I don’t sell the book myself. However, I’ve just checked Amazon’s UK site and they say they have six in stock. Any bookshop should also be able to order the book, if they don’t already have it in stock. Alternatively, you could contact Chris Lloyd, the UK distributor, direct: chrlloyd@globalnet.co.uk
      Cheers,
      Tony

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