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Publication Name:

Central Cyclist

Years in print:

1896

History:

A weekly, it folded after four months and was sold to Pedal. Douglas Robert, ed./pub.

In its first issue, the magazine wrote: "The Central Cyclist doffs its cap to the cycling public of St. Louis and the central part of the country." The magazine proclaimed that it was no general organ on wheeling and that it would not be part of faction or organ and it would advocate cause of cycling, rights of wheelman and need for good roads. 


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