AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis article uses a study of a range of literary sources on cycle sport to understand how social class has been represented class in relation to a number of sporting cycling activities. It examines the messages implicit in particular growth areas of participant and professional sport cycling to understand how these relate to wider changes in class identity.
CitationCox, P. (2013) Class and competition: The Gentrification of sport cycling. In T. Dawson & K. Thurston (Eds.) The Bicycle reader (2, Spring 2013). E-book ASIN: B008LX6SYU
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