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Ladies on bicycles were in incredible sight in the 19th century. Hats and eyebrows were raised when they first rode their bumpy machines. Amelia Bloomer (1818-1894) was an advocate for women's rights and against alcohol. She encouraged women to wear shorter skirts so they could be more mobile, but to wear "bloomers" for modesty.

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