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This monthly bicycle journal published in Topeka, Kansas, in the late 19th century was associated with the Topeka Athletic Association Wheelmen and meant to advance the interests of cycling, increase the number of riders, and advocate for better roads in Kansas. The publishers sought "reliable correspondents in all parts of the state", encouraged submissions of stories about cycling, published stolen bicycle reports, suggested cycling routes, and encouraged women to participate by establishing a Ladies Department. Initially published by the McHenry-Chesney Printing Co., the publisher later changed to The Kansas Cycler Co. and began joint publication in Wichita.

Date: May 20, 1895-February 01, 1897

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Kansas Cycler - May 20, 1895

Item Number: 314168
Call Number: Microfilm: T 2577
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 314168

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