Cycling Sociability and Sport in Belle Époque France: the Véloce-club bordelais (1878–92)

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lars amenda, « Cycling Sociability and Sport in Belle Époque France: the Véloce-club bordelais (1878–92) », Netzwerk fahrrad/geschichte, ID : 10670/1.3dj340


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Hugh Dauncey Dauncey H. Cycling Sociability and Sport in Belle Époque France: the Véloce-club bordelais (1878–92). STADION. International Journal of the History of Sport 2020, 44(2), 231-254. Abstract The short-lived Véloce-club bordelais (1878-92) was one of France’s leading Belle époque cycling clubs. Although provincial, it was influential in developing cycle-sport nationally, including creating Bordeaux-Paris (1891), one of the founding races of cycling as a developing sport. Study ...

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