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Image for Antique Stereoscope Card, Woman on Bicycle, Classic Image, Stereoview Bike

Antique Stereoscope Card, Woman on Bicycle, Classic Image, Stereoview Bike

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: np, np: nd

Seller ID: 3253

Condition: Good


A classic and often reproduced image of a woman "resting" on her bicycle. No series or publisher listed on the card. The back is black except for an owner's stamp. Light rubbing and edge wear; some yellowing and stains on the back. View more info

Image for “Ted Smith … Bicycle Champion” Press Photo - Track Racing, 1945

“Ted Smith … Bicycle Champion” Press Photo - Track Racing, 1945

By: Acme

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Chicago, Acme: 1945

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1218

Condition: Very Good


“Ted Smith … Bicycle Champion” Press Photo. Chicago: Acme Newspictures, Inc., 20 Aug., 1945. Press photo, 15.4cm by 20.3cm. Very good with some light scratches and a remnant of some paper in the lower margin. Agency stamps, wax pencil and caption glued on verso: “Champion Amateur Cyclist. CHICAGO – Ted Smith, 17, of Buffalo, N.Y., Cycling Club, who won senior men’s title in national Amateur Bicycle championships under auspices of Amateur Bicycle League of America in renewal of events after 4-yr. lapse because of the war.” From the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame, of which Smith... View more info

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At Nutley N.J. … Six Day Race Training” Press Photo - 1937 Bicycle Racing, Martin Journey, Willie Grimm, Russell Allen, Tino Reboli

By: Acme

Price: $40.00

Publisher: np, Acme: 1937

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1221

Condition: Very Good


At Nutley N.J. … Six Day Race Training” Press Photo. Np: Acme/N.E.A., 26 Feb., 1937. Press photo, 23cm by 17.7cm. Very good aside from three small tears along the top edge. Stamps, pencil notes and caption on verso: “At Nutley N.J. / Bike riders training for the coming Six Day Race which will start at the garden Sunday night. / Shows, rounding the corner as the riders do a little road work at Nutley, N.J., LTR, Martin Journey, Willie Grimm, Russell Allen, and [certainly the most well-known in this image] Tino Reboli.” View more info

Image for Bike Bike: London to Peking, A Bicycle Odyssey - Bicycle Touring Postcard Book

Bike Bike: London to Peking, A Bicycle Odyssey - Bicycle Touring Postcard Book

By: Austin, Mike; Mel Platt

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Malvern, Spare Tyre Publications: 1994

Edition: First edition

Seller ID: 782

Condition: Near Fine


Malvern: Spare Tyre Publications, 1994. First edition. Near Fine. Malvern: Spare Tyre Publications, 1994. First edition. Near Fine. Austin, Mike; Mel Platt. Bike Bike: London to Peking, A Bicycle Odyssey. Malvern, Worcestershire: Spare Tyre Publications, 1994. Spiral-bound, 5 by 10-inches, complete set of seventeen detachable postcards plus back cover. Each card is accompanied by a smaller version of the same image and a brief description of the location. Minor wear to the covers and corners with a price label in Yen on the back cover with a tiny spot of skinning next to the label. ... View more info

Image for Mike Abt Press Photo - Six Day Bicycle Racer, Chicago, 1948

Mike Abt Press Photo - Six Day Bicycle Racer, Chicago, 1948

By: Central Press Assoc.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Chicago, Central Press Assoc.: 1948

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1216

Condition: Near Fine


Mike Abt Press Photo. Chicago: Central Press Association, 8 Jan., 1948, photo taken by T. Kaitila. Press photo, 20.7cm by 25.4cm. Very good with light creases and corner bumping. One of the agency stamps on verso can be faintly seen on the front side. No caption, simply reads “Mike Abt / Chicago” on verso with a couple of stamps. A stunning cropped image of Abt, a champion six-day racer from Chicago. Throughout his career, Abt had teamed with Jules Audy, Bill Jacoby, and Gustav Kilian, among others, with mixed results. While still staged in Europe, Six-Days, a form of six day/twenty... View more info

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Wisconsin Cycling Volume 3 Number 10 - Cyclo-Cross

By: Deuerlein, Ed, ed.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Milwaukee, Wisconsin Cycling: 1977

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1212

Condition: Very Good +


Deuerlein, Ed, ed. Wisconsin Cycling Volume 3 Number 10. Milwaukee: Wisconsin Cycling, Vol. 3, No. 10, Nov.-Dec. 1977. Staple-bound wraps, 21.5cm by 27.4cm, 24 pp. Very good with highlighting and mailing label (see below). The cover of this issue features Leroy “The Tyger” Johnson running, with bike shouldered, in a cyclo-cross race - a sport that predated mountain biking by several decades. This is a classic image of a classic ‘cross rig; single chainring with guard, bar-end shifters, drilled plastic saddle, cantilever brakes… Tyger Johnson won the 1963, 1966 and 1967 National C... View more info

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Three Eddy Merckx Press Photos - Bicycle Cycling Champion

By: Eddy Merckx, Keystone Press Agency

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Paris/New York, Keystone: c.1971

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1215

Condition: Near Fine


Three Eddy Merckx Press Photos. Paris: Keystone Press Agency (all three are overstamped Keystone New York), nd [c.1971]. All the images are near fine with French captions and agency stamps on the versos, approx. 18cm by 24cm. Three unusual off-the-bike press photos of Merckx. Included are: “La Prudence D’Eddy Merckx…,” showing Eddy with his doctor discussing his back issues (resulting from a 1969 crash at the Blois Velodrome); “Quand le Champion Célèbre le ‘Chapitre de Trois Glorieuses…,’” showing Eddy at a celebratory dinner; and “Le Retour du Champion…,” Eddy, ... View more info

Image for “Tour de France – Victorie de Bernard Hinault” Press Photo, Bicycle Race

“Tour de France – Victorie de Bernard Hinault” Press Photo, Bicycle Race

By: Keystone

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Paris, Keystone: 1981

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1217

Condition: Near Fine


“Tour de France – Victorie de Bernard Hinault” Press Photo. Paris/New York: Keystone Press Agency, 19 July, 1981. Press photo, 21.5cm by 16.5cm. Near fine with agency stamps, notes and caption on verso: “Arrivee du Tour de France sur les Champs-Élysées: Victoire de Bernard Hinault..." A wonderful podium shot of (left-to-right) Freddy Maertens (points champion), Robert Alban (third place), Bernard Hinault (overall winner), Lucien Van Impe (second place and King of the Mountains), and Peter Winnen (“young rider” classification winner). The caption identifies “Bernard Zoetemel... View more info

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“The Great Tour of Italy” Press Photo - 1950 Giro d'Italia

By: Keystone

Price: $36.00

Publisher: London, Keystone: 1950

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1219

Condition: Near Fine


“The Great Tour of Italy” Press Photo. London: Keystone Press Agency, June 6, 1950. Press photo, 20.7cm by 15.2cm. Near fine with caption taped on verso: “Competitors from all over Italy are taking part in the great annual cycle tour of the country. The mass ride through the streets of Milan – during the Tour of Italy.” This edition of the Giro d’Italia was won by Switzerland’s Hugo Koblet. View more info

Image for “1954 World Bicycle Championships” Press Photo - Bicycle Racing, Hugo Koblet

“1954 World Bicycle Championships” Press Photo - Bicycle Racing, Hugo Koblet

By: Keystone

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, Keystone: 1954

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1220

Condition: Near Fine


“1954 World Bicycle Championships” Press Photo. New York: Keystone Press Agency, Sept. 1954. Press photo, 15cm by 20cm. Very good with light rippling, hand-written caption and agency stamps on verso. A nice view of the peloton at the UCI road championships that were held in Solingen, West Germany. Louison Bobet rode away with the title. The caption reads “1954 world bicycle championships. The 10 round 150 kilometer competition was held in a [sic] very bad weather. The competitors in the last run.” $30.00 View more info

Image for Le Belge Cerami Enleve Paris-Bruxelles” Press Photo - 1961 Paris-Brussels Bicycle Race, Pino Cerami

Le Belge Cerami Enleve Paris-Bruxelles” Press Photo - 1961 Paris-Brussels Bicycle Race, Pino Cerami

By: Keystone

Price: $36.00

Publisher: Paris, Keystone: 1961

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 1222

Condition: Very Good


Le Belge Cerami Enleve Paris-Bruxelles” Press Photo. Paris: Keystone Press Agency (overstamped Keystone New York), nd [April 1961]. Press photo, 18cm by 24cm. Very good with a faint drip mark near the center of the image and a caption taped on the verso: “C’est un Belge, Pino Cerami, qui a gagné la classique course sur route Paris-Bruxelles. Pino Cerami après sa victoire.” Cerami, a naturalized Belgian, won the 1961 Paris-Brussels (now called the Brussels Cycling Classic), as well as the 1960 Paris-Roubaix and Flèche Wallone. The Gran Prix Pino Cerami has been run as a profess... View more info

Image for Six Spectacular Scrapbooks of Bicycle Racing from the 1960s including the Tour de France, World Cycling Championships, and Track Racing [Cycling, Jan Janssen]

Six Spectacular Scrapbooks of Bicycle Racing from the 1960s including the Tour de France, World Cycling Championships, and Track Racing [Cycling, Jan Janssen]

By: Knebel, Hans

Price: $850.00

Publisher: Amsterdam, 1959-1968

Edition: Original

Seller ID: 3255

Condition: Very Good


Assembled by Hans Knebel, no location but it appears to be Amsterdam or its environs, 1959-1968, with additional programs laid in from 1969-1972. A true labor of love, these neatly arranged and well-organized scrapbooks showcase this young Dutchman’s love of professional cycling. Most of the clippings and all the hand-written text are in Dutch. All the scrapbooks appear complete with no missing items. The first scrapbook was cobbled together from used algebra and geometry school notebooks, 17 by 21 cm, 57 pages of the notebooks are used, while the remaining 5 pages have old mat... View more info

Image for On The Wheel: Magazine for the Classic Cyclist, December/January 1999/2000, No. 12 [Vintage Bicycle]

On The Wheel: Magazine for the Classic Cyclist, December/January 1999/2000, No. 12 [Vintage Bicycle]

By: Konrad, Gabe, editor; Andrew Ritchie, Richard Sachs, Mason St. Clair, Larry Strung, Todd Teachout, Neil Vedder, Brian Walker, Richard Yates

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Sand Lake, MI, On The Wheel: Dec. 1999/Jan. 2000, no. 12

Seller ID: 2318

Condition: Near Fine


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 final 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 articles on Raphael Geminiani Cycles, a reprint of The Recycling of Bikeman by Owen Edwards, part three of Charles Terront & Paris-Brest-Paris, Louison Bobet by Richard Yates, A Lone Wolf’s Tour de France by Brian Walk... View more info

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

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

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

Price: $6.00

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

Seller ID: 2320

Condition: Near Fine


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 Ad... View more info

Image for On The Wheel: Magazine for the Classic Cyclist, August-September 1998, No. 4 [Vintage Bicycle]

On The Wheel: Magazine for the Classic Cyclist, August-September 1998, No. 4 [Vintage Bicycle]

By: Konrad, Gabe, editor; Todd Carrier, Vince Menci, Peter Nye, Mason StClair, Larry Strung, John Weiss, Les Woodland, Richard Yates

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Sand Lake, MI, On The Wheel: August-September 1998, No. 4

Seller ID: 2319

Condition: Near Fine


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 fourth 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 an interview with Tony Hewson by Richard Yates, First Encounter: A North American Riding in Japan by Larry Strung, the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame, Places in my Head by Les Woodland, If the Bike were Any Greener… by ... View more info

Bikelore 2: The World of Wheels

By: Konrád, Gábor L. and Konrád, Melanie A., eds

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Sand Lake, Michigan, On The Wheel Publications: 2002

Edition: First edition

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 358

ISBN: 1892495384

Condition: New


Sand Lake, Michigan: On The Wheel Publications, 2002. First edition. New. Sand Lake, Michigan: On The Wheel Publications, 2002. First edition. New. Konrád, Gábor L. and Konrád, Melanie A., eds. Bikelore 2: The World of Wheels. Sand Lake, Michigan: On the Wheel Publications, 2002, limited edition of 600. Softcover, 6 by 9-inches, 175 pp. New, unread copy. SIGNED by co-editor Melanie Konrád and co-editor/contributor Gábor Konrád on the titlepage. Contents include: Part I: The Sport - King of the Pave, Gordon Daniels; Nineteen-forty-two, Richard Yates Mount Ventoux: The Olympus... View more info

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6 Issues Miroir du Cyclisme Magazine, 1965 Tour de France [Gimondi, Posters]

By: Miroir du Cyclisme

Price: $85.00

Publisher: Paris, Miroir du Cyclisme: 1965

Seller ID: 3249

Condition: Very Good


Six issues of the French magazine Miroir du Cyclisme. All focus on the 1965 Tour de France, which was won by Felice Gimondi, except for the last issue that is a special on the World Championships. All have light wear, creases, corner wear, and tiny edge tears and wear. A few have prices or a name written on the back. All are complete. Included are... No. 58, May 1965. 34 pp. Includes the proper insert poster of Rolf Wolfshohl (26.5 by 34 cm, very good). Tour de France - 1965. No. 59, June 1965. 42 pp. Includes a very cool Coca-Cola map of the '64 Tour route (49.2 by 61 cm, g... View more info

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5 issues Miroir du Cyclisme Magazine, 1964 Tour de France [Anquetil, Posters]

By: Miroir du Cyclisme

Price: $85.00

Publisher: Paris, Miroir du Cyclisme: 1964

Seller ID: 3250

Condition: good-very good


Five issues of the French magazine Miroir du Cyclisme. All focus on the 1964 Tour de France, which was won by Jacques Anquetil. All have light wear, creases, corner wear, and tiny edge tears and wear. All are complete. Included are... Place aux Courses par Etapes. No. 44, May 1964. 34 pp. Includes the proper insert poster of Jean Graczyk (25.4 by 32.6 cm, very good with light corner wear). Tour de France - 1964. No. 45, June 1964. 42 pp. Includes a very cool Coca-Cola map of the '64 Tour route (49.5 by 61 cm, very good condition). Tous Les Concurrents en Couleur: Le T... View more info

Image for L'Histoire du Tour 64, Mirroir des Sports Magazine [1964 Tour de France, Anquetil, Cycling]

L'Histoire du Tour 64, Mirroir des Sports Magazine [1964 Tour de France, Anquetil, Cycling]

By: Mirroir des Sports Magazine

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Paris, Mirroir des Sports Magazine: 1964

Seller ID: 3245

Condition: Very Good


L'Histoire du Tour 64, published as a supplement to the July 15, 1964 issue of Le Miroir des Sports. Heavily illustrated with black and white photos, 67 pp. Text is in French. Light rubbing, edge wear, and corner creases to the covers and a name in pen on the back cover. Anquetil won that year, so lots of coverage of him, as well as Poulidor. Complete. View more info

Image for Paris Match Magazine, 25 July 1964 [Tour de France, Jacques Anquetil, Cycling]

Paris Match Magazine, 25 July 1964 [Tour de France, Jacques Anquetil, Cycling]

By: Paris Match

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Brussels, Paris Match Benelux: 1964

Seller ID: 3243

Condition: good


July 25, 1964 issue of Paris Match with a 14-page feature on Tour de France winner Jacques Anquetil. Rubbing, edge wear and corner crease to the covers. Complete. View more info