By: Miss F.J. Erskine
British Library Publishing: March 2014
Seller ID: 199365
Condition: Used - VeryGood
"The initial cost of a machine is certainly almost as high as that of a pony.""Wool above, wool below, wool all over: such is the hygienic rule for cycling. . . Some wise people say that corsets should be discarded for cycling. This is not correct. . . It is essential in cycling to have well-cut knickerbockers in lieu of skirts.""If nervous, or it is a bad crossing, like Regent Circus or by the Marble Arch, it is wisest, if not most dignified, to jump off.""Egg beaten up in milk, with a teaspoonful of whisky, is excellent when a rider is at all done up."
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