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Simplex Cross-Commandes Installation Instructions - Vintage Bicycle Components

By: Simplex

Price: $20.00

Publisher: NP, Simplex: c.1950

Edition: original

Seller ID: 1209


[Simplex] Simplex Cross-Commandes Installation Instructions. Np: Simplex, nd [c.1950s]. Single two-sided sheet, 20.9cm by 29.9cm. Light wrinkles and creases from being folded in eighths. Part numbers and instructions for installing the Simplex bar-end shifters, illustrated by the incomparable Daniel Rebour. (os) View more info

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A Series of Hand-Written Letters from Cycling Artist and Author Brian Walker (On The Wheel)

By: Walker, Brian

Price: $100.00

Edition: manuscript

Seller ID: 1210


Walker, Brian. A Series of Hand-Written Letters from Cycling Artist and Author Brian Walker. From the archive of On The Wheel magazine, a series of seven letters dated from January to September of 1999, comprising twenty pages of hand-written text. Five of the letters have the original envelopes. Walker, a well-known technical illustrator and children’s book illustrator, was also known for his drawings of bicycles, cyclo-touring scenes, and his touring stories, man... View more info

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A Series of Articles – Mostly Unpublished – on the Paris-Roubaix Cycling Classic (Bikelore)

By: Yates, Richard

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Argenton l'Eglise, 2000

Seller ID: 1211


Yates, Richard. A Series of Articles – Mostly Unpublished – on the Paris-Roubaix Cycling Classic. From the archives of On The Wheel Publications, a typed, signed letter from cycling historian and author Richard Yates, a Brit residing in France. Included is a one-page letter signed “Dick,” dated 15 April 2000, along with a ninety-seven page manuscript printed on a dot-matrix printer detailing the Paris-Roubaix—long considered the most grueling of the one-day ... View more info