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Pedal Power

Published on July 20th, 2019

The 2019 Tour de France has inspired us to delve into the Frith archive to find this fascinating selection of vintage photographs celebrating pedal power! Here are bicycles, tricycles, a quadricycle and even a penny farthing!

Photo: Camberley, High Street 1925.

Photo: Headley, Cyclists In Oyster Lane 1906.

Photo: Chilham, Old Wives' Lees 1908.

Photo: Capel, Village 1906.

Photo: Adwick Le Street, Cyclist By The Church 1900.

Photo: Kidderminster, Cyclists In Worcester Road, Hoobrook c.1900.

Photo: Hornchurch, Tricycle 1909.

Photo: Sutton-on-Trent, Cyclists By The Wesleyan Chapel 1909.

Photo: Camberley, Cyclists, London Road 1909.

Photo: Rhyl, Promenade And Queen's Gardens c.1925.

Photo: Clevedon, Hill Road 1913.

Photo: Hitchin, Cyclists In The High Street 1929.

Photo: Ewhurst, Postman 1929.

Photo: Swalecliffe, The Shopping Centre, Seaview Holiday Camp c.1955.

Photo: Caister-on-Sea, Fun At The Holiday Camp c.1955.

Photo: Funtington, The Village, Man Riding A Penny-Farthing 1965.

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