2015 Calendar of Classic Bicycles

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Bicycle Quarterly‘s Calendar of Classic Bicycles is now available, and we are  thrilled to think of how many of you will use the calendar to plan great outings in the coming year. Let yourself be inspired by the great selection of bikes featured in the coming year: The focus is on road, track and randonneur bikes, but we also included a cyclocross bike and a touring tandem.

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Highlights include a superlight René Herse built for the famous Technical Trials, an early 1900s Dursley Pedersen, and a twin-chain bicycle built by Vélocio, the founder of the cyclotouring movement. Fans of racing will delight in Gino Bartali’s bike from the 1948 Tour de France, Tony Rominger’s hour record bike, and the beautiful 1930s Delangle track bike on the cover.

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Each bike is presented in beautiful studio photographs, with captions that provide a brief history of each bicycle. In some years, the calendar has sold out within days. Get your copy while they last, and put it to good use to make 2015 an outstanding year!

Click here for more information or to order.

 

 

About Jan Heine, Editor, Bicycle Quarterly

Spirited rides that zig-zag across mountain ranges. Bicycle Quarterly magazine and its sister company, Compass Cycles, that turns our research into high-performance components for real-world riders.
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3 Responses to 2015 Calendar of Classic Bicycles

  1. David Pearce says:

    Nice! I’m right about to order, and more than one. Although I am disappointed that there is no bicycle featuring “left hand drive”!

  2. David Pearce says:

    Thank you for the great calendars, plural. They are really great!

    How rude of me to make that snarky comment above regarding 2014’s Faure. I’m glad you made a liar out of me for 2015, not only with the Longini Super Tandem (+ child’s saddle!), where the connecting chain between bottom brackets is on the left, but also with the fascinating La Gauloise!

    The history of bicycle design is endlessly interesting, thanks for adding to my knowledge.

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