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Podcast #2 March 2010 Adelaide Cyclists – Bicycle Institute of SA

February 25, 2010

 

Here we go! It’s time for podcast #2 from Adelaide Cyclists and The Bicycle Institute of South Australia.

I this program Angus Kingston talks to Ianto Ware; Adelaide musician, festival promoter, cyclists and author of 21 Nights In July – the Physics and Metaphysics of Cycling and meets Travis Gottschutzke, an Adelaide Cyclists community member.

Full list of books and links below.
If you have any comments or ideas we’d love to hear from you. Email us adelaidecyclists@gmail.com
Adelaide Cyclists – Bisa Podcast No. 2 by Adelaide Cyclists  
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AC_BISA_Pod_2_Mix.mp3 (22850 KB)

Pictures Ianto Ware & Travis Gottschutzke (with bicycle)


21 Nights in July – The Physics and Metaphysics of Cycling by Ianto Ware
Published by Format Press (Adelaide)
Available online from Format Press or The New Internationalist Shop.

Need for the Bike by Paul Fournel
Bison Books (September 1, 2003)

One More Kilometer and We’re In The Showers by Tim Hilton.
HarperPerennial; New Ed edition (6 Jun 2005)

The Sweat of the Gods: Myths and Legends of Bicycle Racing by Benjo Maso.
Mousehold Press (21 Jun 2005)

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Tomorrow We Ride by Jean Bobet   
Mousehold Press (2004)

The Mousehold Press, UK

Fallen Angel: The Passion of Fausto Coppi by William Fotheringham
Jonathan Cape Ltd (4 Jun 2009)

Format Festival, Adelaide Feb 27 – Mar 14 15 Peel St, Adelaide.

Renew Adelaide

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