"The Competition Bicycle" will inspire cyclists and design lovers alike. The evocative, detail-rich photographs display the history of the bicycle, from racing high-wheelers to modern racing bikes with carbon-fiber disc wheels. Exceptional handcrafted machines ridden by great champions illustrate milestones in the mechanics and craftsmanship of bicycle design.
This volume also features iconic bicycles that played an important role in the history of the sport, from the bicycle that sent Eddy Merckx over the finish line in his last world championship win, to those of tandem teams who tackled the hour record, motor-paced track racers that exceeded 80 mph on the wooden boards, to California's mountain-bike pioneers.
Historic images complement the stunning new photography that illustrates each machine in exquisite detail while celebrating the evolution of the sport, object, and machine. "The Competition Bicycle" is sure to be treasured by all who appreciate magnificent masterpieces of vintage and contemporary design.
This book features 34 of the most exquisitely crafted and iconic classic handbuilt models, beginning in the 19th century with the first racing highwheelers and Parisian newspaper carriers to the 'modern machines with carbon fibre disc wheels.'
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