Kimball "pARTners" with SRAM

July 23, 2013

Park City, Utah – In 1817, Baron von Drais introduced a contraption called the hobby horse to Europe, which many historians agree was the precursor to the bicycle. It had two wheels, handlebars, but no pedals. The rider would straddle the machine and walk. By the 1890s, bicycles were everywhere and began popping up in the United States. Since then, they have not only have added joy and practicality to the lives of their owners, they have also inspired artists including painter Marcel Duchamp, sculptor Marcel Breuer and, more recently, Knox Martin, whose 1979 six-story painted mural "Woman with Bicycle" can be seen in New York City. (read more)

July 25, 2013

Press Release – SRAM

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