MINIBIKES AND MINICYCLES FOR BEGINNERS by I. G. Edmonds

MINIBIKES AND MINICYCLES FOR BEGINNERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A mini-copy of Edmonds' Motorcycling For Beginners, this takes the same cautionary stance and includes the same kind of explicit instructions on the theory and practice of keeping an engine in running order and choosing among the available bike models and safe driving. For kids motivated to take their cues from books, there are even two chapters devoted to anticipating every move of their first ride. If Edmonds errs on the side of overprotectiveness, this is preferable to David-Linn Seaver's flashy but insubstantial paean to Mini-Bike Racing (KR, 1972), and libraries that want one all-purpose guide to junior motor sports should find this a solid choice.

Pub Date: May 7th, 1973
Publisher: Marcae Smith