How women rode the bicycle into the future [SLIDESHOW]
Photo: Colorado Historical Society (Cycling West, Vol. 6 April 15, 1897, Scan #30000557)Dora Rinehart was a Colorado native who stood five-foot-one and weighed in at 140 pounds. She liked to ride centuries — 100 miles at a crack. “In 1896,” writes Macy, “she pedaled 17,196 miles … That included stretches of 10 days in July and 20 days from October 31 through November 19 when she rode a century every day.”
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