Boston: Sterling Elliott, 1897. First Editions. Softcover. Twenty (20) 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. The September 17 issue lacks its cover. 10.5" x 7.75" Very Good. Item #040542
Highlights of these issues include: The National Meet for '97; Wide Tire Ordinance; Winter Riding; Roads and Side-paths; Bicycles in Fairmount Park; Woman's Dress; Temporary Repairs; Roads and Road Laws; Camera Fiends; A Trip up Pike's Peak; The Theory of Bicycle Gearing; Prison Labor and Good Roads; Racing Men and the L.A.W.; The Camera; A Cycling Trip Abroad; Yellowstone Park; The Price of Wheels (Bicycles); The Bicycle in Italy; A Defense of the Drop Frame; Wheeling in Florida; Sunday Bicycling; The Church and the Bicycle; Convict Labor and Road Building; Against the Street Cars; A Berkshire Trip; Fairmount Park Guards; For and about Women; The Ride of the Army Bicycle Corps; Chicago Bicycle Tax; Should Horses Be Tolerated?; The Bicycle and the Railroads; New Hampshire's Opportunity (Roads); Roads and Land Values; Bicycle Polo at the Crystal Palace; Dangers of Bicycling; &c.; &c.