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CHAPTER I THE DOCTOR'S DAUGHTER It was a beautiful summer morning when slowly I wheeled my way along the principal street of the village of Walford. A little valise was strapped in front of my bicycle; my coat, rolled into a small compass, was securely tied under the seat, and...

The effect of bike access on travel behavior, cycling and intrinsic motivation Introduction Most adults are insufficiently physically active [1, 2], i.e. below the recommended 150 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity (MVPA) per week [3, 4]. Cycling for transport may be a time-efficient way to integrate...

Recent research on bicycle helmets and concerns about how public bicycle hire schemes will function in the context of compulsory helmet wearing laws have drawn media attention. This monograph presents the results of research commissioned by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads to...

CHARACTERS: MR. ROBERT YARDSLEY, an expert. MR. JACK BARLOW, another. MR. THADDEUS PERKINS, a beginner. MR. EDWARD BRADLEY, a scoffer. MRS. THADDEUS PERKINS, a resistant. MRS. EDWARD BRADLEY, an enthusiast. JENNIE, a maid. The scene is laid in the drawing-room of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Perkins, at No. --- Gramercy Square.  It is late October; the action begins at 8.30 o’clock on a moonlight...

CHAPTER I.—ADRIFT IN THE DESERT. Once more the bicycle boys pushed on westward, and it must be said that in spite of all their perils they were in the best of spirits. The beautiful valley in Utah was left behind, and some time later found them on...