Boston: Sterling Elliott, 1896. First Editions. Softcover. Thirteen (13) issues in original wrappers, 36 pages per issue. Contains illustrated ads for various bicycles and equipment. Articles focus on the experience of bicycling, travel by bicycle, bike maintenance, tours to various areas, etc. Bound in decorated wrappers; two holes in spines for binding on posts, some chipping to the cover of the first issue. 10.5" x 7.75" Very Good. Item #040541
Highlights of these issues include: Cycle Tours through Nova Scotia, two routes from Yarmouth to Halifax; bike trip from New York to Washington, DC; Is the Bicycle Baggage?; Tour from Philadelphia to Luray, Virginia; A Wheel Trip in Yellowstone Park (with six photos); American Wheels in England; The Correct Theory of Position in Riding; Indianapolis Bike Path; Building Country Roads; Hard and Soft Tires; Side-paths in and about Rochester; Cycling in California; Cycling in Canada; Bicycle Etiquette; Ten Days Outing (Eastern Massachusetts); Camera Fiends; Cycling in Winter; Money Value of Good Roads; A Short Kentucky Trip; Emergency Repairs; Bicycles and the Law; &c.; &c.