Two Hundred Years on Two Wheels

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The bicycle turns 200 this year. Karl Drais, a German inventor, came up with the two-wheeler to solve a transportation problem.

Getting around

Before bikes were invented, there were no cars or trucks. For most folks, the only way to travel and carry goods was on foot.

Some people could go by...

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