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Annie Kopchovsky, who rode under the name of Londonderry, circled the globe by bicycle, on a bet, in 1894 and 1895.

Young, Al.  Shifting gears: my global bike odyssey.  Victoria, British Columbia:  Trafford Publishing, 2005.

Al Young joined 200 plus other bicyclists on a round the world tour called Odyssey 2000.

2006

Custer, John and Marlene.  Pedal and ponder.  North Charleston, SC: Booksurge Publishing, 2006. {156896981}

This is a Christian devotional, with entries for 41 days of devotions.  John describes his cycle touring and relates it to his faith life, encouraging others to accept Christianity.

Enfield, Edward (1929-).  Freewheeling through Ireland.  Chichester: Summersdale, 2006.  {62478925}

Griffin, Brian.  Cycling in Victorian Ireland.  Dublin: Nonsuch Publishing, 2006.

A thorough look at the rise of bicycling throughout Ireland, beginning with hobby horses and boneshakers through ordinaries and safeties.  Tricycles appealed to women, older men and the timid.  Griffin has a thorough bibliography.

Humphreys, Alastair (1976-).  Mood of future joys: from England to South Africa by bike.  Toronto: Publish and be damned, 2006.  {82771665}

Kenyon, Joyce (1938-).  Bike ride with a twist: 8,321 kilometres across Canada. High River, AB: Kachina Press, 2006. {64344731

In 1994 she crossed Canada west to east, never dipping into the United States.  She traveled with a few companions from earlier rides in the States.  The book provides both a narrative of the ride and a day to day “logistics” section where she provides information on camping, motels, stores and the route.

Kurmaskie, Joe (1965-).  Momentum is your friend: The Metal Cowboy and his pint-size posse take on America.  Halcottsville, N.Y.: Breakaway Books, 2006. {73514445}

2007

Dew, Josie (1966-).  Long cloud ride.  London: Time Warner, 2007.  {76365351}

Beginning in December, 2003, Dew spent nine months cycling through the North and

South Islands of New Zealand, her 47th country.  She rode in what turned out to be the

wettest and windiest seasons since the keeping of records began.  Despite the weather

and a sometimes troublesome ankle she maintained her usual cheery disposition, reveling

in her life in the slow lane.  Though no Pollyanna, no matter how bad the drivers, desperate the weather, steep the road or sore the ankle, Josie Dew never complains.

Joyce, Jim, ed.  The bicycle book: Wit, wisdom and wanderings.  Hardwick, MA: Satya House

Publications, 2007.  {181743826}

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