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“A girl globe-trotter: Annie Londonderry circles the globe on a wheel.”  The Washington Post,

April 14, 1895, 20.

A fairly extensive article describing Annie Londonderry’s trip.

“A trip awheel,” The Critic, XXIII n.s. (January 12, 1895), 26.

A very favorable review of Allen and Sachtleben’s Across Asia on a bicycle.  What two

average young American men accomplished pleased the reviewer.

“Across Asia on a bicycle,” The Saturday Review, LXXIX (April, 1895), 531.

Another favorable review of Allen and Sachtleben’s Across Asia on a bicycle.  This

reviewer thought the work “tantalizingly brief.

“Authors on the wheel,” The Critic, XXIII n.s. (October 12, 1895), 225-28.

When the magazine ran a competition for the two best poems on bicycling, they received

many entries, including one from Theodore Roosevelt that he used the wheel to travel

from the Oyster Bay train station to Sagamore Hill.  While some preferred horseback

riding, many commented on the healthful properties of cycling.

Callan, Hugh. From the Clyde to the Jordan.  New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, [1895].  


He rode in the late 1880’s, sending articles to the Glasgow Herald which then appeared

in book form.  When he reached the Holy Land four months after setting out, he believed

he was the first to cycle there.

Cavan, Frederick Edward Gould Lambart (9th Earl of Cavan) (1839-1900).  With the yacht,

camera and cycle in the Mediterranean.  London: Sampson Low, Marston & Company,

1895.  {2674685}

Cavan traveled in the Mediterranean and urged all yachtsmen to take bicycles for

traveling about their ports of call.  More on the yacht than the bicycle.

Chilosa (pseud.).   Waif and stray: the adventures of two tricycles.  Westminster: The

Roxburghe Press, 1895

Clyde, Henry.  Pleasure-cycling.  Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1895.  {1354112}

A how-to book geared toward beginning cyclists.

deKoven, Mrs. Reginald, “Bicycling for Women,” Cosmopolitan, XIX (August, 1895), 386-94.

A how-to article extolling the virtues of bicycling for women.

Dix, Edwin Asa (1860-1911), “The fallen city of Theebaw.” “In the track of ‘Lenz’s World Tour

Awheel.’”  Outing, XXV (March, 1895), 481-83.

A supplementary article on Burma, to be read in conjunction with Lenz’s writings.

Elwell, F[rank] A. The Elwell European Bicycle Tours, 1895. Portland ME: F.A. Elwell, 1895.

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