Bicycling through History

BICYCLING THROUGH HISTORY

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Pirates !!

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Sunken Treasure !!

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For Immediate Release

Washington, DC. . February 29, 2008

Most of the video footage we shoot for the series does not make it to DVD. The World Wide Web provides another means for distribution.

This is a short clip about a Pirate Festival in the Florida Keys.



We have many more video segments that did not make it into the DVD series.

Listed below are some other segments we have made available online:


Bicycling Through History, the DVD publisher featuring videos of famous cycling trails with period music and explanations, has fallen hopelessly behind schedule in releasing the sixth disc in the series, entitled, "Revolutionary Period - Long Road to Yorktown." The Long Road to Yorktown will feature numerous reenactments with interviews, period music and little known insights about the strategies and logistics of the Continental Army. Although the War lasted from 1775 until 1781 and beyond, DVD #6 will attempt to condense the action and adventure into an entertaining digital video experience.

Pirates, or privateers as they preferred to be called, actually played an important role in the War for Independence. That, along with other strange facts, will be presented in subsequent DVDs of the series. No pirate video would be complete without sea battles, sword fights and seaching for buried treasure. The "Special Pirate Edition" has all of that and more.

"What is next after the pirates ?"

"We will cross that bridge when we get to it," says the producer.

"There are plenty more trails to ride and stories to tell."

"If you need some quick pics," says the producer, "then try this Link.".

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American History from the perspective of a Casual Cyclist.


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