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daughter, and lives happily.  Stockton writes in an easy fashion understood by bicyclists.  

He also has a clear grasp of the relationship between the cyclist and the wheel.

1901

Bockett, F. W. Some literary landmarks for pilgrims on wheels. London: J. M. Dent & Co.,

1901.  {2928137}

The author describes his travels to some of England’s most famous literary locations,

providing sufficient detail for others to follow his wheel tracks.

Hammerton, J. A. (1871-1949).  Tony’s Highland tour. London: Horace Marshall & Son, 1901.  

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With three friends, the author provides a lighthearted look at cycle touring through

Scotland.

Meakin, Budget.  The land of the Moors.  London: S. Sonnenschein, 1901.  {3664665}

Paret, J. Parmly (1870-). The woman’s book of sports. New York: D. Appleton and Company,

1901.  {12157454}

Pennell, Joseph (1857-1926).  “Cycles and motors in 1900,” The Contemporary Review, LXVIII (January, 1901), 98-108.

Redmond, Cornelius P.  Beauty spots in the south-east of Ireland: and how to see them by car and cycle.  Dublin: H. Gaze, 1901 (2nd Edition)  {4681833}

1902

Kennard, Mrs. Edward. The golf lunatic and his cycling wife. New York: Brentano’s, 1902.  

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An English huntswoman, comfortable with both the saddle and the pen, she won praise

when her novels appeared.  Cynthia Jerningham and her husband took a cycling holiday,

the arrangements made in conjunction with the CTC.  Throughout Kennard expresses an

interest in woman’s rights and a clear understanding of cycle touring.

Pennell, Joseph (1857-1926). “Motors and cycles: The transition stage,” The Contemporary

Review, LXXXI (February, 1902), 185-95.

Pennell thought automobiles too expensive and difficult to maintain, but he recognized

they would revolutionize the world.  Since he found no” pleasure in twirling my legs for

the purpose of exercise,” he enjoyed a trip across Europe on a motor bicycle.

1903

Hastings, Frederick.  The spins of “the cycling parson”.  London: Scott Publishing Co., 1903.  {23966816}

1904

Workman, William Hunter (1847-1937) and Fanny Bullock (1859-1925). Through town and

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