History Museum Bicycle Tour September 6th

Area residents will have a chance to revisit Appleton’s early bicycling history on a bicycle tour on September  6 at 5:30 p.m. with the History Museum.  The ride will stop at the sites of the National Circuit race in 1896, first velocipede reported in Appleton, and the city’s first bicycle path.  Along the route riders will learn about the city’s first “bloomer girls” and bicycle shops.  To register, call Lee Hribal at 920-735-9370 ex. 104 ($3.50 for museum members and $5.00 for non-members).

Read more about Appleton’s bicycle history at the History Museum’s blog.

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