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My bibliography updated


I’ve updated my bibliography. This follows the publication of the fourth edition of Mike Burrows’ book Bicycle Design: towards the perfect machine (which I edited and co-authored) and the reissue of my book The Moulton Bicycle in a new binding as The F-frame Moultons.

You can get to my bibliography via the ‘Talks, books & biography’ tab above or via this direct link:

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    The Flemish Cycling Museum has posted on its website a Bibliography of books that have been published on professional cycle racing in English. It concerns an annotated bibliography summarising each book’s contents and publishing history and includes all books that have been published until 31 December 2012.

    It can be downloaded free of charge.

    It can be found here:

    The book mainly consists of two parts. The first part takes stock of cycle racing books by listing them alphabetically, by author (or editor). The second part of the bibliography classifies the titles by theme.

    This is the first decent bibliography of cycle racing books published in English.

    • Hartelijk bedankt, Wilfried.
      As you probably realise, my own bibliography is merely a list of books I have written or contributed to; it is not intended as anything more than that. But I’m very happy to help spread the word about the Flemish Cycling Museum’s excellent bibliography by publishing your comment here. Incidentally, my first cycle touring outside England was in Flanders (happy days!) and back in the early 1970s I had a regular spot on BRT2 radio – though it had nothing to do with bicycles!

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