CHILD’S BICYCLE AND STAND, 1885-1890
Cyclists enjoyed high-wheelers’ speed. Less fun was tumbling over the top after hitting any small obstacle. By 1890, the bicycle design we are familiar with had eclipsed the high-wheeler. Meanwhile, it was a brave parent who allowed her child to ride this bicycle.
Metal and wood
16” x 34”
Friends of the Museum Purchase, 2000.53.1-2