Publications & Books
Bicycling In Africa Comprehensive how-to book if you are planning to travel to Africa or other less developed regions. 192 pages of information. US$15.00. Please include postage and handling for mail orders; USA US$4, other North America US$6, to other continents US$12. (WA State addresses need to add 9.5% sales tax ($1.43).) For "Priority Mail" service add an additional 50% for postage. Ordering information.
Bicycling In Africa Country Supplements: Supplements cover cycling season, routes, getting maps and spare parts, accommodations in rural areas & special comments for cycling.
Cycle-Recycle Calendar This colorful wall calendar celebrates cycling in everyday use (and not so everyday uses). It is complete with captions, provocative quotations and illustrations. Makes a great gift. Click for ordering information.
Transportation, Bicycles And Development In Africa: Progression or Regression Transportation in Africa is primarily by foot. Is encouraging bicycles progressive or regressive? 18 pages, US$2.00 + postage*
Selecting & Preparing A Bicycle For Travel In Remote Areas / Annotated Detailed Packing List A comprehensive how-to essay on special considerations. US$4.00 + postage*
Language In Cross-Cultural Understanding Essay on cultural bias in language. A must for travelers who want to see different cultures with a clearer vision. US$2.00 + postage*
IBF News '93/1: Transportation: Who Pays? / Sustainable Tourism. US$1.00
IBF News '93/2: Sustainable Access. US$1.00
IBF News '94/1: Least Cost Planning. US$1.00
IBF News '94/2: Land Use Planning. US$1.00
IBF News '95/1: Multi-mode Level-of-Service. US$1.00
IBF News '95/2: Less-Developed Countries & Bicycle Tourism. US$1.00
IBF News '96/1: Bicycling In India and Eritrea. US$1.00
IBF News '96/2: Community Bike Libraries, Societal Attitude Toward Accidents. US$1.00
IBF News '97/1: 15 Myths On Bicycling In Africa. US$1.00
IBF News '97/2: Bike decline in Asia / Bike history. US$1.00
IBF News '98/1: Policies in Cuba, Poland & Honduras. US$1.00
IBF News '98/2: Assessing Critical Mass. US$1.00
IBF News '99/1: Bike to Work / Tanzania Tourism. US$1.00
IBF News '99/2: Tunisian Women / World Bank Roundtable. US$1.00
IBF News '01/1: Biking with Infants. US$1.00
IBF News '01/2: Impact of Sept 11, 2001. US$1.00
IBF News '02/1: Pan-Africa Bicycle Information Network. US$1.00
IBF News '02/2: Student Bicycle Essay Contest 2002 Winners . US$1.00
IBF News '03/1: Bicycle Messengers and Activism in San Francisco. US$1.00
IBF News '03/2: Student Bicycle Essay Contest 2003 Winners . US$1.00
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