Take an old Victorian parlor farce concerning the wild craze of bicycle riding -- mash it up with some Zombies and Steampunk Vigilantes and you get "Bicyclers and Zombies." A wild romp.
Shelley created this as a little take home instruction guide for her bike repair workshop at the Portland Zine Symposium. It goes over the basics of fixing a flat tire, working with wheels, the parts of a bike, bearings, doing a tune-up, tools, and dealing with bike shops as a woman but most of all what shines through is Shelley's character and personality in the way that she describes things and her utter passion for cycling. Well worth any price for the information alone. * Now includes additional pages of material about working on brakes!!
This short story tells the remarkable tale of a set of real events in which a boy on a bike discovers the magic powers of a stone handed down to him from the past. The magic comes from the old people who lived centuries ago in an English woodland. Its powers allow the owner to see the future and past and it bestows great wisdom.
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