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Why you should read Bicycle Quarterly

Imagine Edward Hopper bringing a big rubber stamp down on Nighthawks. COMPLETED BY HOPPER, JANUARY 21, 1942. Continue reading

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Randonneuring Brompton at rest in France

Britain’s largest bicycle manufacturer makes one of the smallest useful bicycles on the planet: the 16-inch-wheeled Brompton. And as much as I admire the machine, I’m amazed that someone would ride a Brompton in one of the world’s oldest bicycle … Continue reading

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