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Of Wheelmen, The New Woman, and Good Roads: Historical Perspectives on Bicycling in Burlington, 1880-1920
- By Amanda Rae Hanaway-Corrente
Associate Professor Luis Vivanco, Cultural Anthropologist, Director of UVM's Global and Regional Studies Program, and Founding Director of UVM's Global Studies Program will present his research on the social history of bicycles in the Queen City, 1880-1920.
Local bicycle advocacy groups will have exhibits set up outside of Billings North Lounge starting at 6:30pm. Exhibitors include Local Motion, UVM Bicycle Users Group (BUG), and Old Spokes Home.
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Sponsored by the Center for Research on Vermont and the Transportation Research Center of the University of Vermont.