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WHATEVER improvement in health and strength may have resulted from the now prevalent exercise of cycling, there seems to be a mental improvement, for a knowledge of the science of mechanics is more widely spread, or at any rate there is a more general desire to understand this science in so far as its application to the bicycle and tricycle is concerned. For this reason such a book as Mr. Griffin's “Tricycles of the Year” is likely to be of value, for in it he describes in simple language most of the tricycles which can now be obtained, giving particulars of dimensions and weight, and other information which a cyclist may require.

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