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A sample of what's inside:
A Frenchman traveled to the U.S. and obtained an American patent for the bicycle, but ended up returning to Paris to manufacture them.
Mile-a-Minute Murphy went 60 mph on a bike well before a car could go that fast.
The Tour de France was an unexpected consequence of the Dreyfus Affair.
Over 50 years ago a forgotten American raced in the Tour of Italy.
While setting the women's 12-hour distance record Beryl Burton caught and passed the man who was also in the process of setting a men's 12-hour cycling record.
I was looking for pictures of old bicycles but this is just reading no pictures. However it did contain some good information about when the tour the France started. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rusty
Interesting, informative. Basically a time line focused primarily on the Tour de France. At times I would have liked a little more detail on the development of the technology of... Read morePublished 19 months ago by alh