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Andrew Ritchie


Andrew Ritchie & Rob van der Plas Cycle History 11 2001

Andrew Ritchie & Rob van der Plas Cycle History 11 2001

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To quote the Cycle Publishing web site:

“Andrew Ritchie was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and studied Art and History at Cambridge University before embarking on a varied career in history and photo-journalism. In 1974 he published ‘King of the Road’, the first thoroughly researched modern history of the bicycle and its social as well as technical significance.”

Andrew Ritchie has written, contributed to or edited a shedload of works including:

  • Bicycle Racing: Sport, Technology and Modernity, 1869-1903
  • Bicycle Racing Record Book
  • Cycle History 10: Proceedings of the 10th International Cycling History Conference
  • Cycle History 11: Proceedings of the 11th International Cycling History Conference
  • Cycle History 12: Proceedings of the 12th International Cycle History Conference
  • Cycle History 13: Proceedings of the 13th International Cycling History Conference
  • Cycle History 16: Proceedings of the 16th International Cycling History Conference
  • Ethnicity, Sport, Identity: Struggles for Status
  • Flying Yankee: The International Cycling Career of A.A. Zimmerman
  • King of the Road: Illustrated History of Cycling
  • Major Taylor: The Extraordinary Career of a Champion Bicycle Racer
  • Major Taylor: The Fastest Bicycle Rider in the World
  • The Little Black Bottle: Choppy Warburton, His Mysterious Potion, and the Deaths of His Bicycle Racers
  • The Origins of Bicycle Racing in England: Technology, Entertainment, Sponsorship and Publicity
  • The Origins of the Bicycle: Kirkpatrick MacMillan, Gavin Dalzell, Alexandre Lefebvre.
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