Here’s a cool cycling publication: a booklet with key cycling terms, translated into all 23 official European Languages plus Arabic, Japanese, Chinese and Russian.
It includes parts of the bicycle, accessories and phrases for bike touring like “Is this road very hilly?”, “Where is the nearest campsite?” and – most importantly for good conversation – “Do you love cycling too?”.
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