By Chester Kyle, Ph.D.
Cycling Science was a highly regarded magazine published in California from late 1989 to mid 1997. It was the creation of Chester Kyle, Ph.D. and Ed Burke, Ph.D. -- two Americans recognized as world leaders in cycling technology and physiology. This compact disc contains every page of all 23 issues, scanned in color with covers, photos, diagrams, charts and other graphics intact. Even advertisements are included, providing an interesting window into what was important in the 1990s.
Read in today's light, the evolving technologies and predictions of cycling's future are fascinating and even entertaining. It's also impressive to see how much has proved to be dead-on accurate and as relevant today as it was 10 or 15 years ago.
This important collection is offered as a CD instead of an eBook because of the size of each Cycling Science issue -- around 24MB. All 23 issues containing 102 articles cost just $23.95 with no additional charge for shipping & handling. The original subscription price for the complete set of magazines would have exceeded $150.