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Jamieson, Duncan The Eclectic Bicycle (170529)
Jamieson, Duncan Fast Women: A Review Essay (190422)
Netland, Katrine O., Vidar Schei & Therese E. Sverdrup The Winner Takes All: A Qualitative Study of cooperation on Cycling Teams (published in Scandinavian Sport Studies Forum Vol. 3, 2012)
Sund, Bill Giro d’Italia – ett av två hegemoniska cykellopp (110608)
Sund, Bill Tour de France – några reflektioner (050517)
Wahlgren, Lina Upplevelser av färdvägsmiljöer vid arbetspendling med cykel (131211)

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Krieger, Jörg Danish Cycling’s Ethical Dilemma (210421)
Sund, Bill Den fjärde cykelnormen – “omertà” (130228)
Sund, Bill Det franska valets stora betydelse – även för sporten (170419)

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Alpe d’Huez: Cykelsportens største bjergPeter Cossins (Translated by Jesper Ralbjerg) Aarhus: Turbine 2016 (Poul Porskær Poulsen 160913)
Backe upp och backe ner: Svensk cykelsport och cykelhistoria i ett internationellt perspektivBill Sund Malmö: idrottsforum.org 2012 (Klaus Nielsen & Aage Hoffman 130221)
Beryl Maxine Peake London: Bloomsbury 2014 (review in English by Russell Holden, published 231019)
Beryl: In Search of Britain’s Greatest Athlete Jeremy Wilson London: Pursuit Books 2022 (review in English by Russell Holden, published 231019)
Bicycling beyond the Divide: Two Journeys into the WestDaryl Farmer Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press 2012 (Bill Sund 141024)
Bike Battles: A history of sharing the American roadJames Longhurst Seattle: University of Washington Press 2017 (Duncan Jamieson 171213)
Boston’s Cycling Craze, 1880–1900: A story of race, sport and societyLorenz J. Finison Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press 2014 (review in English by Duncan Jamieson, published 200528)
Boston’s Twentieth-Century Bicycling Renaissance: Cultural Change on Two WheelsLorenz J. Finison Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press 2019 (review in English by Duncan Jamieson, published 200528)
Coffee First, Then the World: One Woman’s Record-Breaking Pedal Around the Planet Jenny Graham London: Bloomsbury Sport 2023 (review in English by Duncan R. Jamieson, published 231004)
Cycling: A Philosophical Tour De ForceJesús Ilundáin-Agurruza & Michael W. Austin (red) Oxford, Oxon.: Wiley Blackwell 2010 (Ask Vest Christiansen 120125)
Cycling: A Sociology of VélomobilityPeter Cox Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge 2019 (review in English by Duncan Jamieson, published 191016)
Cycling and SocietyDave Horton, Paul Rosen & Peter Cox (red) Aldershot, Hamps.: Ashgate Publishing 2007 (Peter Schantz 081126)
Cycling and the British: A Modern History Neil Carter London: Bloomsbury 2021 (review in English by Duncan R. Jamieson, published 211216)
Cycling Diplomacy: Undemocratic Regimes and Professional Road Cycling Teams Sponsorship Jiří Zákravský Oxford, Oxon: Peter Lang Publishing 2021 (review in English by Heather Dichter, published 230914)
First Taste of Freedom: A Cultural History of Bicycle Marketing in the United StatesRobert J. Turpin Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press 2018 (Duncan Jamieson 181114)
Forum for idræt 2014 Sport ManagementUlrik Wagner, Rasmus K. Storm & Peter Juul Jacobsen (red) Odense: Syddansk Universitetsforlag 2014 (Simon Junström 150306)
Hearts of Lions: The History of American Bicycle Racing (2nd ed.)Peter Joffre Nye Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press 2020 (review in English by Duncan R. Jamieson, published 210304)
Ikke for pengenes skyld: Et indblik i moderne cykelsportAsk Vest Christiansen Odense: Syddansk Universitetsforlag 2005 (Bill Sund 051214)
Lance Armstrong’s War: One Man’s Battle Against Fate, Fame, Love, Scandal, and a Few Other Rivals on the Road to the Tour de FranceDaniel Coyle New York: HarperCollins Publishers 2006 (Ask Vest Christiansen 071121)
Lands of Lost Borders: A Journey on the Silk RoadKate Harris New York: HarperCollins Publishers 2018 (review by Duncan Jamieson, published 190614)
Makt och antidoping: Den svenska cykelsportens kamp i ett modernhistoriskt och internationellt perspektivBill Sund Malmö: Bokförlaget idrottsforum.org 2019 (review in Swedish by Anders Östnäs, published 200303)
Muscle on Wheels: Louise Armaindo and the High-Wheel Racers of Nineteenth-Century AmericaM. Ann Hall Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen’s University Press 2018 (review by Duncan Jamieson, published 190422)
Quest for Speed: A History of Early Bicycle Racing 1868–1903Andrew Ritchie El Cerrito, CA: Andrew Ritchie 2011 (Bill Sund 120328)
The Race Against the Stasi: The Incredible Story of Dieter Wiedemann, The Iron Curtain and The Greatest Cycling Race on EarthHerbie Sykes London: Aurum Press 2014 (Duncan Jamieson 150424)
The Self-Propelled Voyager: How the Cycle Revolutionized TravelDuncan R. Jamieson Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield 2015 (Bill Sund 161005)
The Story of the Giro d’Italia: A Year-by-Year History of the Tour of Italy. Volume One 1909–1970Bill & Carol McGann Cherokee Village, AR: McGann Publishing 2011 (Bill Sund 120215)
The Telegraph Book of the Tour de FranceMartin Smith (red) London: Aurum Press 2012 (Duncan R. Jamieson 130910)
Tour de France: Historien om världens största cykelloppJoakim Jakobsen (Translated by Elisabet Fredholm & Thomas Andersson) Stockholm: Natur & Kultur 2014 (Bill Sund 151125)
Two Wheels Good: The History and Mystery of the Bicycle Jody Rosen London: The Bodley Head 2022 (review in English by Duncan R. Jamieson, published 221130)
The War of the Wheels: H. G. Wells and the BicycleJeremy Withers Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press 2017 (Duncan Jamieson 171026)
Wheels on Ice: Stories of Cycling in Alaska Jessica Cherry & Frank Soos (ed.) Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press 2022 (review in English by Duncan R. Jamieson, published 230306)
Women on the Move: The Forgotten Era of Women’s Bicycle RacingRoger Gilles Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press 2018 (review by Duncan Jamieson, published 190422)

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