A Manual Compiled from Articles in The Iron Age
Written in English.
About the Book
This volume is based upon a series of articles in The Iron Age, which were published in view of the obvious need of practical information in regard to approved methods of Bicycle repairing. In its preparation the aim has been to confine the description of methods to those which have been tested and found practical in actual use The volume is therefore the result of experience rather than theory.
Acknowledgment is made of the hearty and intelligent cooperation of the manufacturers and repairers of Bicycles in giving suggestions and furnishing information, thus greatly aiding in the compilation of the matter contained in the following pages. It is hoped that the volume will be of service not only in the large establishments, but more especially in the smaller repair shops springing up all over the country.
The field of Bicycle repairing is a large one, and the series of articles which have appeared in The Iron Age will be continued with a view to describing new and improved methods as they are developed in the progress of the trade, as well as to give information on any details which may not be adequately treated in this volume. Further suggestions and information are therefore invited from any who are interested in the subject, of which appropriate use will be made in The Iron Age and in future editions of this book.
|Library of Congress||TL430 .B92|
The Physical Object
|Number of pages||166|
|Dimensions||24 x x centimeters|
History Created February 29, 2012 ·
|May 19, 2015||Edited by dcapillae||Description corrections|
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|May 19, 2015||Edited by dcapillae||Dimensions added; note to the edition added;|
|May 19, 2015||Edited by dcapillae||Title to capital letters|
|February 29, 2012||Created by ImportBot||Initial record created, from Internet Archive MARC record.|