Tag: British Medical Journal

1895 British Medical Journal Entry

“THE SADDLE OF THE LADY’S BICYCLE”   That bicycling undertaken in moderation is conducive to health and vigour in women is now undisputed. The French physicians have pronounced decidedly in its favour, and M. Lucas-Championniere is a warm advocate of women bicycling. The fatigue in moderate bicycling is slight, the muscles are exercised, and the lungs are well inflated. The… Read more →