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Bicycle Design

Bicycle Design

The search for the perfect machine

Mike Burrows

Mike Burrows is a legend and this is the long awaited masterwork - revised and updated in this new edition - from the world's most famous and irreverent bicycle designer and inventor.

Size: ↑ 18 mm160 PagesISBN: 9781905005680
Publication: June 1, 2008

Colour paperback

  • £14.99

Mike Burrows is an engineer who has designed bicycles for Giant, the world's biggest bicycle manufacturer. He pioneered the carbon fibre monocoque racing bike, as ridden by Chris Boardman to Olympic Gold in 1992, and the compact road bike, used by the ONCE professional cycle racing team. For many years he has also designed, built and raced recumbents. 

This new edition of his seminal work has been fully revised, updated and typeset in 2015 to bring Mike's thoughtful expertise to more aficionados of great design and engineering. 

Mike Burrows is a legend and this is the long awaited masterwork - revised and updated in this new edition - from the world's most famous and irreverent bicycle designer and inventor. "Bicycle Design" is the essential handbook if you want to know how to go faster, or if you simply love cycle technology. Inside you'll find no-nonsense explanations of everything from aerodynamics to suspension forks.

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"...really this is a technical manual for any cyclist. If you don't have an earlier copy, buy it". Dan Joyce in Cycle Magazine, May 2015
 

Format: Colour paperback

Edition: New edition

Size: ↑ 18 mm

160 Pages

ISBN: 9781905005680

Publication: June 1, 2008


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