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Ascanio, Pam (1950-) & Annable, Robb.  Central and South America by road.  Old Saybrook, Conn.: Bradt Publications; Global Pequot Press, 1996.  {33407925}

Birchmore, Fred A. (1911-).  Miracles in my life:  tales of a happy wanderer.  Hockessin,

Delaware: Cucumber Island Storytellers, 1996.  {34549041}

Birchmore explores bicycling adventures after his around the world ride.  He rode across

the United States with a friend, through the Caribbean, South and Central America with

his bride, the British Isles during World War II, and through Europe with his son.  He

also recounts hiking adventures on the Appalachian Trail.

Carlisle to Glasgow.  Stirling: Footprint, 1996.  {43242268}

Coffey, Maria (1952-).  Three moons in Vietnam: a haphazard journey by boat and bicycle.

London: Little Brown, 1996.  {35208291}

Coffey is an English woman who moved to Canada, married a veterinarian, and began a

writing career.  With her husband Dag she traveled in 1994 to Vietnam for a two month

local boat journey from Saigon to Hanoi and Haiphong.  When boating proved

impossible they bought one speed bicycles and rode part of the way.  

Finke, Jens.  Chasing the lizard’s tail: by bicycle across the Sahara.  London: Impact Books, 1996.   {36148229}

Fitzpatrick, William G. & Fooshe, Dave.  Bottoms up, America!: two men, tired of climbing corporate ladders, bicycle across the backroads of America in a bold attempt to find a lost soul.  Taylors, SC: Bellingham & Bern Pub., 1996.  {34583701}

Horsley, Phil.  Land’s End to John O’Groats: the great British bike adventure.  Leicester: Cordee, 1996.  {34886411}

Hughes, Tim, and Johanna Cleary.  Cycling Great Britain: cycling adventures in England,

Scotland and Wales.  San Francisco: Bicycle Books, 1996.  {40839102}

Jennings, Derek (1926-).  Riding bikecentennial 1976.  Hornchurch: D.L. Jennings, 1996.  


Jordan, David.  On my bike: from Land’s End to John O’Groats.  Lytham St. Annes: D. Jordan, 1996.  {35638371}

Lamb, David (1940-).  Over the hill: a midlife escape across America by bicycle.  New York: Random House, 1996.  {33209423}

A readable, lighthearted approach to one individual’s attempt to deal with the stress of aging in modern American society.  He tested himself through risk taking to determine how he would respond to challenge.

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