Greg LeMond
Full version available at: http://www.atomicmall.com/view.php?id=647545 1989 Tour de France Final Time Trial. Lemond and Fignon battle for yellow jersey.
James Starley
James Starley (21 April 1831 – 17 June 1881) was an English inventor and father of the bicycle industry. He was one of the most innovative and successful builders of bicycles and tricycles. His invent...
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Andrew Ritchie
Andrew Ritchie may refer to:
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Tom Ritchey
Tom Ritchey (born 1956) is an American bicycle frame builder, designer, welder and founder of Ritchey Design. He is an accomplished road and mountain bicycle racer.
Tom Ritchey began building cust...
George Bliss (pedicab designer)
George Bliss is a bicycle designer living, working and teaching in Manhattan, New York City. He has taught bike frame welding at Parsons The New School for Design.Bliss coined the term "Critical Mass"...
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Chris Boardman
Christopher Miles Boardman, MBE, (born 26 August 1968) is a British former racing cyclist who won an individual pursuit gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics, broke the world hour record three times,...
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Greg LeMond
Gregory James "Greg" LeMond (born June 26, 1961) is an American former professional road racing cyclist. He is also an entrepreneur and anti-doping advocate. LeMond won the World Championship twice an...
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Riese und Müller
Riese and Müller is a bicycle firm in Darmstadt, Germany founded by Markus Riese and Heiko Müller. It designs and makes suspended bicycles. Frames are produced by companies such as Pacific Cycles, Tai...
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Charlie Cunningham
Charlie Cunningham is a mountain biking pioneer from Fairfax, California.With schooling in mechanical/aeronautical engineering, he rode a modified skinny tire ten speed bicycle up and down Mt Tamalpai...
Jan Vander Tuin
Jan Vander Tuin is a bicycle designer and community organizer. Vander Tuin has been credited for bringing community-supported agriculture (CSA) into the mainstream.Vander Tuin established Human Powere...
Mike Sinyard
Mike Sinyard is the founder and chairman of Specialized Bicycle Components, an American manufacturer of bicycles and cycling components.Sinyard's passion for bicycles developed at San Jose State Unive...
René Herse
René Louis Théodore Herse (1908–1976)was a French builder of high-quality touring, randonneur and racing bicycles. His works are sought by collectors and riders.
Herse was born in Caen. He...
Thomas Humber
Thomas Humber (1841–1910) was a British cycle manufacturer who founded the Humber bicycle company in 1868 in Beeston, Nottinghamshire. By 1896 the company, under new management, ventured into Humber m...
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Alex Moulton
Alexander Eric ("Alex") Moulton CBE, FREng (9 April 1920 – 9 December 2012) was an English engineer and inventor, specialising in suspension design.
Moulton was educated at Marlborough College and...
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David Gordon Wilson
David Gordon Wilson (born 1928) is emeritus professor of engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).Born in Warwickshire, England, Wilson went to the US on a post-doctoral fellowship i...
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Mikael Pedersen
Mikael Pedersen (25 October 1855 Fløng - 22 October 1929, Bispebjerg) was a Danish inventor much associated with the English town of Dursley. He is chiefly known today for the highly distinctive Pede...
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Keith Bontrager
Keith Bontrager (born December 18, 1954) is a motorcycle racer who became a pioneer in the development of the modern mountain bike. Between 1980 and 1995 he was president of Bontrager. Bontrager conti...
Clive Sinclair
Sir Clive Marles Sinclair (born 30 July 1940) is an English entrepreneur and inventor, most commonly known for his work in consumer electronics in the late 1970s and early 1980s.After spending several...
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Ron Cooper (bicycle framebuilder)
Ron Cooper (1932 – 12 December 2012) was a noted British "master" bicycle frame builder.Cooper began building frames when he was 15, starting in 1947 when he began a full apprenticeship...
John Kemp Starley
John Kemp Starley (1855–1901) was an English inventor and industrialist who is widely considered the inventor of the modern bicycle, and also originator of the name Rover.Starley was born on the 24th ...
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Charlie Kelly (businessman)
Charles Richard "Charlie" Kelly (born 1945) was an early pioneer in the development of modern mountain bicycles.During the late sixties and early seventies Kelly was a roadie for a San Francisco rock ...
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Mike Burrows
Mike Burrows (born 1943) is a bicycle designer from Norwich, England.He is best known for the design of the track carbon-fibre Lotus 108 time trial bicycle manufactured by Lotus for Chris Boardman, wh...
Maurizio Fondriest
Maurizio Fondriest (born 15 January 1965) is a retired Italian professional road racing cyclist.
Born in Cles, Trentino, Fondriest turned professional in 1987 with the Ecoflam team. He subsequentl...
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Jens Martin Skibsted
Jens Martin Skibsted (born 28 June 1970) is a Danish designer, brands expert and entrepreneur. He has founded or co-founded companies such as the Biomega designer bike brand, Actics, and Skibsted Idea...
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