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  1. Never before have so many bicycles been profiled within one beautifully illustrated volume. 1001 Bikes to Dream of Riding Before You Die explores in detail the greatest bikes of all time and from across the globe: from the early historic velocipedes of the 1890s to the arrival of today's standard upright bikes that dominate the marketplace. This comprehensive book brings together models from every cycling discipline, from road to mountain biking and BMX to track racing. Key brands are also represented, from the Italian maestros Colnago, Bianchi, De Rosa, and Pinarello to the American ambassadors, Trek and Specialized. Also included are many of the smaller but equally influential designers, such as BMC, Scott, LeMond, and Cervelo.1001 Bikes to Dream of Riding Before You Die celebrates the designs and individual stories behind the world's most influential, groundbreaking, and high-profile bicycles. A detailed photograph of each bike-whether it is a racing shot or stock manufacturing image-is accompanied by illuminating and insightful text revealing the history, development, and importance of each of the 1001 bikes featured.Each entry details every bike's specifications and manufacturing history, as well as the impact it has had on the bicycle industry. A visually stunning compendium, the book allows readers to trace the evolution of the bicycle, from its early incarnations in wood, all the way through to the record-breaking race bikes of the contemporary world. It promises to be an intriguing read for all bicycle enthusiasts and experts.
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  2. "Mountain Bike Fitness Training" is a comprehensive manual for recreational or competitive mountain bikers wishing to enhance their performance in off-road riding. It is also a valuable resource for those who, wanting to improve their general fitness, have chosen the sport of mountain biking as a fun way to develop better health. This book includes in-depth guidelines on every aspect of mountain bike fitness training. Readers will learn how to assess their fitness; develop training programmes tailored to their needs; formulate a realistic diet plan; and ride a smarter and more ergonomically efficient race. Where applicable, detailed descriptions of do-it-yourself fitness tests, skill drills and training exercises are given, allowing readers to boost their fitness and skill at home with minimal specialist equipment. Every area of mountain bike fitness is explained, with easy-to-understand scientific information and relevant mountain biking examples. All disciplines of mountain biking are covered in "Mountain Bike Fitness Training".The book focuses on cross-country and downhill racing and includes other chapters dealing with expedition mountain biking; marathon mountain biking; the female mountain biker; the master/veteran rider; the young enthusiast; and the first-time racer.
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  3. Broadsheet is the go-to arbiter of taste when it comes to where and what to eat in Melbourne. Here, for the first time, they present the recipes for their pick of the best dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner from its cafes and...
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  4. When you live in a village at the edge of the No-Go Desert, you need to make your own fun. That's when you and your brothers get inventive and build a bike from scratch, using everyday items like an old milk pot (maybe mum is still using it, maybe...
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  5. Broadsheet Is The Go-To Arbiter Of Taste When It Comes To Where And What To Eat In Melbourne. Br/Br/Here, For The First Time, They Present The Recipes For Their Pick Of The Best Dishes For Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner From Its Cafes And Restaurants. Br/Br/Featured Cafes And Restaurants Include:/Spanbr/ The Premises Br/ Chez Dre Br/ Supernormal Br/ Huxtaburger Br/ Mamasita Br/ Pope Joan Br/ Chin Chin Br/ The European Br/ The Everleigh Br/ Cumulus Br/ Tonka Br/ Izakaya Den Br/ Town Mouse Br/ Vue De Monde Br/ Dainty Sichuan Br/ Ladro Br/ The Estelle Br/ Pierre Roelofs Br/ Burch & Amp; Purchese Br/ Gerald&Number 39;S Bar
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  6. 1001 Bikes To Dream Of Riding Before You Die Celebrates The Designs And Individual Stories Behind The World's Most Influential, Ground-Breaking And High-Profile Bicycles.Brbrspan Style= Prepare To Be Absorbed By This Comprehensive, Chronological Guide To The 1001 Most Important Bicycles Ever Created. Drool Over The Full-Colour Photographs, Marvel At The Carefully Compiled Technical Specifications, And Enjoy The Authoritative Text Written By A Panel Of Cycling Experts. From The Penny Farthing Through The Mountain Bike To The Carbon Fiber Racing Bicycle Welcome To Your Guide To The Most Important Bikes You Can Possibly Ride On Earth.Br/Br/Title: 1001 Bikes To Dream Of Riding Before You Diebr/Author: Daniel Bensonbr/Isbn: 9781760295806Br/Publisher: Murdoch Books/Span
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  7. Incorporating Off Road Cycling Adventures 3rd Edition.
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  8. Bike Rides Around Melbourne 3rd Edition By Julia Blunden provides a complete guide book to exploring Melbourne by bicycle and train. This is the third edition of this almost "Iconic" guide. This popular book by Julia Blunden takes you exploring Melbourne by bike and train. Full of cycling hints and tips, distances, facilities, attractions, and detailed ride descriptions
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  9. Innovation Melbourne is the first comprehensive guide to Melbourne and Victoria�s 70+ co-working spaces, and to navigating this ecosystem. It is written to support entrepreneurs to be the change they want to see. It provides...
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  10. This book traces the history of the bicycle, from its development in the early 19th century to the present day, when people are able to use a bike for sport, touring or commuting. It will guide you through general riding skills, the best clothing and equipment, navigating urban cycling, and how to help your children become involved in cycling. Finally, advice is given on keeping your bikerunning smoothly, how to look after each part and prevent problems from arising by regular maintenance. With expert advice, and over 245 photographs, including step-by-step features, this book is the perfect guide to increasing your fitness and achieving better health.
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  11. Regular cycling is the perfect sport to reduce stress, improve fitness and lose weight. This book traces the history of the bicycle, from its development in the early 19th century to the present day. It will guide you through general riding skills, the best clothing and equipment, navigating urban cycling and how to help your children towards independence by becoming involved in cycling.
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  12. Bertram Armytage, son of a wealthy squatter, a popular sportsman who rowed for Cambridge, was the first Australian-born member of an Antarctic expedition. An expert horseman, he was given charge of the ponies in Ernest Shackleton's great 1907-1909 expedition, narrowly escaping the jaws of killer whales. In London he was decorated by royalty, but on coming home to Australia he went to his part-time city residence, the exclusive Melbourne Club, put on his dinner suit and polar medals and, at the age of 41, shot himself. This mystery-cum-biography provides a new perspective on one of Shackleton's greatest expeditions.
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  13. Art meets History in - The Art of Being Melbourne Maree Coote monitors the Melbourne zeitgeist through twenty decades of Art to uncover a truly unique portrait of a city. This clever history follows the developing city through its many representations in Art, revealing much about Melbourne and indeed about the cradle of Australian Art itself. The Art of Being Melbourne examines the imaging and the imagining of a city in a fascinating collection that features celebrated and rare artworks by colonial mavericks, impressionist masters, iconic Moderns and young contemporaries, together in a single volume for the first time. Through the eyes of artists we can watch as Melbourne oscillates between Place and Idea. More than simply a study of art or of history, this book is witness to the miraculous metamorphosis of a single location over two centuries, and the parallel invocation of culture and identity. The Art of Being Melbourne is both a record of historic fact and a tour of the existential. Coote argues that while cities exist in a constant state of flux, artists often see things others do not.The osmotic, sometimes forensic, nature of their vision is revelatory and intuitive, homing in on the truth of the times. By linking and connecting images across history, The Art of Being Melbourne informs while it entertains. The Art of Being Melbourne reveals to the reader the very tangible proximity of Melbourne's origins, by enlisting the insights of artists to show us our heritage, our character, our short history and ourselves. Melbourne's remarkable youth, accelerated development and remote perspective offer a unique insight into the creation and ideation of a city. Each image offers a unique portrait of Melbourne, and reveals the original perspective of both its creator and its moment in history. The Art of Being Melbourne includes works by Liardet, Russell, Streeton, Roberts, Beckett, Colahan, Tucker, Blackman, Smart, Amor, Senbergs, Shannon, Arkley, Shag, Miso,
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  14. Whether you're looking for lively cafe culture, golden beaches or sporting action, you'll find it all in Melbourne. Insight Guide Explore Melbourne is part of the latest batch of this brand-new series and is the ideal pocket companion for your trip: a full-colour guide containing 14 easy-to-follow routes in and around the city. You can discover Collins and Swanston Streets' fabulous architecture, the cultivated green space of the Royal Botanic Gardens and the fashionable seaside at St Kilda, or head off on an excursion, taking in the Yarra Valley's wineries or the stunning scenery of the Great Ocean Road. Insight's trademark cultural coverage sets the routes in context, with introductions to Melbourne's exciting cuisine, great shopping, sporting heritage and key historical dates. Our recommended places to eat and drink are highlighted in each route, with even more suggestions in the directory section, which also contains a wealth of useful practical information, including a range of carefully selected hotels to suit all budgets. All routes are plotted on the useful pull-out map, and evocative photography captures the essence of this most European of Australian cities.Insight Guide Explore Melbourne will lead you to the very best the city and its surrounds have to offer.
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  15. Experience stylish and cosmopolitan Melbourne with this genuinely pocket-sized, pop-up map. Small in size, yet big on detail, this compact, dependable Melbourne city map will ensure you don't miss a thing. * Includes two pop-up maps covering Melbourne's inner suburbs and the Central Business District * Additional maps covering the docklands, St Kilda and a tram map are also included * Handy, self-folding tourist map is small enough to fit in your pocket yet offers extensive coverage of the city in an easy-to-use format* Thorough street index is also featured and cross-referenced to the map so you can easily find your destination* Hotels, restaurants, stores and attractions are all includedIdeal to pop in a pocket or bag for quick reference while exploring the city.Contents include: * Melbourne inner suburbs PopOut Map* Melbourne Central Business District PopOut Map* Docklands detail map* St Kilda detail map* Tram map
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  16. After the success of the first edition, it's time for the second edition of Hide & Seek Melbourne, a funky and compact guide to 40 of the city's hidden treasures. This book continues our quest to reveal city secrets for locals and travellers alike. Covering a mix of places from a Mexican takeaway joint that sells a traditional rice milk and cinnamon drink in jam jars, to a bar that's decked out like Professor Henry Higgins' study and specialises in whisky, these are unique and intriguing places that you won't find in any regular travel guide. And none of these places will burn a hole in your wallet. Written by a team of in-the-know Melbournians, each of the 40 selected places features over a double-page spread with a review, images and a handy locator map. Blank pages at the back of the book allow readers to record their own secret Melbourne discoveries. The series also has its own dedicated website: www. hideseek.com.au
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  17. Fully updated and field checked, this third edition of 4WD Treks Close to Melbourne will take you on 20 of the best 4WD adventures within a couple of hours drive of the city. Whether you are looking for a leisurely day trip or a longer overnight jaunt, 4WD Treks Close to Melbourne is your indispensable companion to exploring secluded gold mining areas, historic towns, verdant forests and the many delightful mountains areas which surround Melbourne. Whether you are looking for an easy trek for a family outing or a serious off-road adventure, 4WD Treks Close to Melbourne is your passport to some of the best picnic, walking, camping, swimming, fishing and four-wheel drive destinations on Melbourne's doorstep.
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  18. An A-B-C reader for infants, this clever book complies a unique alphabet made from photographs of shapes in Melbourne's city architecture. "Look up, look down, look all around, The alphabet's all over town...". teach you little ones the A-B-C whilst instilling a sense of belonging and a sense of place. Great fro training visual literacy and observational skills.
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  19. Melbourne is the Australian home of street art. International visitors and locals alike flock to street art hot spots like Hosier Lane and Footscray to witness the evolution of these transient streetscapes. From city laneways to public parks, and suburban shopping strips to abandoned car lots, murals, stickers, stencils and painted works of art can be found in virtually every pocket of the city. Inside Street Art Melbourne is the ultimate beginner's photographic springboard to street art. Go on your own self-guided tour or take a vicarious visual trip via the images of these powerful and inspiring works of art.
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  20. Melbourne, our Melbourne. Melberlin, intolerable hipster gully trap. But it wasn't always that way. In the 1970s and 80s it was even worse. 'Grim City' it was called, a place where the rains came across grey buildings and vacant lots, the terrible pubs closed at ten, and the whole city was shut on the weekends. God, it was great! Let Grim City tragics Guy Rundle and Jo Waite take you back to that wonderful, wonderful time!
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