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Author Name    Konrad, Gabe, editor; Ralph Galen, Phyllis Harmon, Andrew Heard, Adam Myerson, Dave Nuttall, Mason StClair, Larry Strung, Les Woodland, Richard Yates

Title   On The Wheel: Magazine for the Classic Cyclist, October-November 1998, No. 5 [Vintage Bicycle]

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Near Fine

Publisher   Sand Lake, MI On The Wheel Oct.-Nov. 1998, no. 5

Seller ID   2320

Staple-bound, glossy-wraps with newsprint leaves, 21 by 27.3 cm, 36 pp. (incld. covers), illus. Near fine, unread copy with only faint signs of shelf wear to the covers. The fifth issue of OTW, which started publishing in Feb. 1998. OTW was preceded by Konrad’s vintage bicycle zine AEoleus Butterfly, and was the predecessor of Bikelore and Bikelore 2. This issue includes Cycling’s Sepia Years by Richard Yates, The Ted Harper Memorial Old Time Bicycle races by Larry Strung, the 9th International Cycle History Conference (Ottawa) by Gabe Konrad, When Hell Freezes Over (cyclo-cross) by Adam Myerson (at the time the collegiate National Cyclo-Cross Champion), the Phillips 4th Annual Cycles and Cycling Memorabilia Auction, Welcome to the 1998 Tour de Tele by Les Woodland, Campagnolo’s Corsa and Paris-Roubaix Gears by Dave Nuttall, Organizing Your Tour Photos by Phyllis Harmon (now an inductee into the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame), reprints of The Bicycle through the Years by Walter Kendall and Your Bicycle of the Future by John Robinson, Thirteen Countries … and Egypt Twice! By Ralph Galen, as well as cartoons, quotes, book reviews, letters, and news bits from the classic cycling world. First Edition.

Price = 10.00 USD

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