Picture Of Thomas McCall On His Velocipede In 1869

Picture Of Thomas McCall On His Velocipede  In 1869

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Who invented the Bicycle?

After several thousand years of horseback riding, public transportation was changed forever with the invention of this few engineers. Find out how their designs came to life during the mid to late 19th century. Read more about who invented the bicycle.

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