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Cycles Cottereau Poster by Laforet Pictures | Getty Images

Cycles Cottereau Poster by Laforet Pictures | Getty Images

Artistic cycling: the 'Warwick - Girls' performing a balancing act on bicycles - 1909 - Photographer: Zander & Labisch - Vintage property of ullstein bild Pictures | Getty Images

Artistic cycling: the 'Warwick - Girls' performing a balancing act on bicycles - 1909 - Photographer: Zander & Labisch - Vintage property of ullstein bild Pictures | Getty Images

Tour de France 1953.  Frank Scherschel—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Tour de France 1953. Frank Scherschel—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

76123572 Easy-access download Germany, Bavaria, near Walchensee, young couple mountain biking By: Westend61 - Michael Reusse Collection: Brand X Pictures - Westend61 - Michael Reusse / Brand X Pictures / Getty Images

76123572 Easy-access download Germany, Bavaria, near Walchensee, young couple mountain biking By: Westend61 - Michael Reusse Collection: Brand X Pictures - Westend61 - Michael Reusse / Brand X Pictures / Getty Images

76123572 Easy-access download Germany, Bavaria, near Walchensee, young couple mountain biking By: Westend61 - Michael Reusse Collection: Brand X Pictures - Westend61 - Michael Reusse / Brand X Pictures / Getty Images

76123572 Easy-access download Germany, Bavaria, near Walchensee, young couple mountain biking By: Westend61 - Michael Reusse Collection: Brand X Pictures - Westend61 - Michael Reusse / Brand X Pictures / Getty Images

1953 13/7 rit 10 Col du Tourmalet > [photo Frank Scherschel/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images]

1953 13/7 rit 10 Col du Tourmalet > [photo Frank Scherschel/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images]

"Four-man bicycle is powered by five chains and has brakes on both its wheels. The bike was built by Art Rothschild (top position) who broke three ribs while learning how to ride it."  Wallace Kirkland—Time & Life Pictures/Getty

"Four-man bicycle is powered by five chains and has brakes on both its wheels. The bike was built by Art Rothschild (top position) who broke three ribs while learning how to ride it." Wallace Kirkland—Time & Life Pictures/Getty

moscow. 1940: Circassian guards at the home of collaborationist Gen. Maxime Weygand. Margaret Bourke-White / Time & Life Pictures-Getty Images

moscow. 1940: Circassian guards at the home of collaborationist Gen. Maxime Weygand. Margaret Bourke-White / Time & Life Pictures-Getty Images

Tour de France 1953.   Frank Scherschel—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Tour de France 1953. Frank Scherschel—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

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