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Cycling in the late nineteenth century was very popular with men and women. Most women's pastimes prior to that had been in the home, so this was a new-found freedom. It was liberating to be able to cycle where and when they chose although, in practice, they did so mainly in mixed-gender cycling clubs, which provided an opportunity to make friends and meet potential partners as well. The original photograph from our archive, on which this photo-art is based, was taken in the 1890s. We hope you enjoy our interpretation of this delightful scene. Please visit our website 'The Keasbury-Gordon Gallery' at keasbury-gordon.com to see a selection of our 20,000 fascinating, historical photographs.

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The Keasbury-Gordon Photograph Archive is based in Lancashire, England. We've collected remarkable, historical photographs for over fifty years, many of which were taken by the finest Victorian professional photographers. Our images are used by TV companies, publishers and creative industries worldwide.

Most of the early photographs that have survived have no technical or artistic merit but a few are pin sharp and beautifully composed, with interesting and often historically important content. It is those rarities that we have sought and purchased over five decades and our NFT Photo-Art is based on some of the best in our archive. Welcome to our fascinating and sometimes rather strange world!

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Cycling in the late nineteenth century was very popular with men and women. Most women's pastimes prior to that had been in the home, so this was a new-found freedom. It was liberating to be able to cycle where and when they chose although, in practice, they did so mainly in mixed-gender cycling clubs, which provided an opportunity to make friends and meet potential partners as well. The original photograph from our archive, on which this photo-art is based, was taken in the 1890s. We hope you enjoy our interpretation of this delightful scene. Please visit our website 'The Keasbury-Gordon Gallery' at keasbury-gordon.com to see a selection of our 20,000 fascinating, historical photographs.

vertical_splitAbout Historical Photo-Artexpand_more

The Keasbury-Gordon Photograph Archive is based in Lancashire, England. We've collected remarkable, historical photographs for over fifty years, many of which were taken by the finest Victorian professional photographers. Our images are used by TV companies, publishers and creative industries worldwide.

Most of the early photographs that have survived have no technical or artistic merit but a few are pin sharp and beautifully composed, with interesting and often historically important content. It is those rarities that we have sought and purchased over five decades and our NFT Photo-Art is based on some of the best in our archive. Welcome to our fascinating and sometimes rather strange world!

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