"Bicycling, Riverside Drive at the Clermont. Men with bicycles at "Hortons Ice Cream" stand near 110th Street near Riverside Drive, New York." Byron Company, 1896.
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"Bicycling, Riverside Drive at the Clermont. Men with bicycles at "Hortons Ice Cream" stand near 110th Street near Riverside Drive, New York." Byron Company, 1896.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

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"Bicycling, New York Streets. Man riding an old fashioned "penny-farthing" bicycle on a dirt path lined with trees." Byron Company, 1896.
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Bicycling, New York Streets. Man riding an old fashioned "penny-farthing" bicycle on a dirt path lined with trees." Byron Company, 1896.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"The Evening Telegram Bicycle Parade - Riverside Drive, 1896. Uniformed cyclists riding in front of the judges’ stand at the Evening Telegram Cycle Parade on Riverside Drive." Byron Company, 1896.
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"The Evening Telegram Bicycle Parade - Riverside Drive, 1896. Uniformed cyclists riding in front of the judges’ stand at the Evening Telegram Cycle Parade on Riverside Drive." Byron Company, 1896.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Bicycle Coasting Match, Mamaroneck, N.Y. Group of men with bicycles on a dirt road near Mamaroneck, N.Y.” Byron Company, 1896.
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Bicycle Coasting Match, Mamaroneck, N.Y. Group of men with bicycles on a dirt road near Mamaroneck, N.Y.” Byron Company, 1896.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Prof. Fourcher." Byron Company, 1900.
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Prof. Fourcher." Byron Company, 1900.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Sports, Bicycle Racing, Tandem, Manhattan Beach. Portrait of two a bicycle racers posed on a tandem bicycle, held steady by another man on the track at Manhattan Beach." Byron Company, 1897.
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Sports, Bicycle Racing, Tandem, Manhattan Beach. Portrait of two a bicycle racers posed on a tandem bicycle, held steady by another man on the track at Manhattan Beach." Byron Company, 1897.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"The Evening Telegram Bicycle Parade - Riverside Drive, 1896. Cyclists posing in front of the judges’ stand at the Evening Telegram Cycle Parade on Riverside Drive; spectators visible beyond." Byron Company, 1896.
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"The Evening Telegram Bicycle Parade - Riverside Drive, 1896. Cyclists posing in front of the judges’ stand at the Evening Telegram Cycle Parade on Riverside Drive; spectators visible beyond." Byron Company, 1896.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Sports, Bicycling, Broadway North from 64th St." Byron Company, 1897.
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)
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"Sports, Bicycling, Broadway North from 64th St." Byron Company, 1897.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

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"Bicycle Races, Manhattan Beach. Portrait of a young man standing with his bicycle on the track at a bicycle race at Manhattan Beach." Byron Company, 1896.
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"Bicycle Races, Manhattan Beach. Portrait of a young man standing with his bicycle on the track at a bicycle race at Manhattan Beach." Byron Company, 1896.

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"An Accident to a Bicyclist—Coney Island." Byron Company, circa 1896.
(Someone is probably asking the question that always gets asked at a time like this: “yeah, but how’s the bike?”)
(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)

"An Accident to a Bicyclist—Coney Island." Byron Company, circa 1896.

(Someone is probably asking the question that always gets asked at a time like this: “yeah, but how’s the bike?”)

(From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.)