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Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Advert Featured Cycling Print

Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Advert

Bicycle Made For Three - Continental Pneumatic Tyre Company (of Hanover, Germany) Advertisement. The pair at the rear of the bicycle appear to be contributing slightly less to the forward momentum as they seem slightly distracted by each other...!! Date: 1901

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1977 Glenryck Cup - Cycle Circuit Eastway Featured Cycling Print

1977 Glenryck Cup - Cycle Circuit Eastway

Road Cycling - 1977 Glenryck Cup Professional Criterium - Eastway Cycle Circuit
Belgium's Eddy Merckx, with Great Britain's Keith Lambert behind his right shoulder, at Lee Valley Park, East London (later site of the Olympic VeloPark).
The event was organised by boxing promoter Mike Barrett and was was informally known as the Merckx Meeting as it attracted arguably the greatest cyclist of all time - Eddy Merckx - as well as other top riders from the continent.
11/06/1977

© Colorsport

Janet Lyle wearing a silk culotte suit from Annacat Featured Cycling Print

Janet Lyle wearing a silk culotte suit from Annacat

Janet Lyle, who with her business partner, Maggie Keswick, ran Annacat, the South Kensington boutique favoured by some of the smartest young women of London including Lady Herbert, Lady Bute and Lady Charles Spencer-Churchill. Janet is pictured wearing one of her own designs, a long pink patterned silk culotte suit and riding her Raleigh fold-up bicycle. Date: 1966

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans