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Bicycle. Satellite beginner cyclist, 1956

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901-velo-1956
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Reproduction
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V.S. Leshchenko, A.N. Pulkkanen
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Book "Bicycle. Satellite novice cyclist", authors. S. Leshchenko, A. N. Pulkkanen. The third edition, revised. The book discusses the construction of modern (at that time) Soviet bicycles and their parts. A description of the assembly, disassembly and accessibility of the bicycle repairman. Given the rules of operation and care of the bike, a brief information on the theory of the bicycle, methods of teaching cycling, techniques of pedaling and overcoming obstacles. Circulation 25000 copies. Modern reprint. Format 210 mm x 150 mm, 160 pages. Mashgiz, Leningrad 1956.

Книга "Велосипед. Спутник начинающего велосипедиста", авторы В. С. Лещенко, А. Н. Пюлькканен. Издание третье, переработанное. В книге рассматриваются конструкции современных (на то время) советских велосипедов и их детали. Приводится описание сборки, разборки и доступного велолюбителю ремонта велосипеда. Даны правила эксплуатации и ухода за веломашиной, краткие сведения по теории велосипеда, методика обучения велосипедной езде, технике педалирования и преодоления препятствий. Тираж 25000 экземпляров. Современная перепечатка. Формат 210 мм х 150 мм, 160 страниц. Машгиз, Ленинград 1956 год

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