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Bicycle Posters Revised August 2013

BICYCLE POSTERS & PRINTS was established in 1980 by Judy & Jerry Lambert who have been cycling & collecting for almost fifty years. We strive to offer a wide range of subjects and styles, selected from our collection of more that one thousand posters, prints and gifts. Collecting began with the discovery of an interesting image during a three week bicycle vacation and continued with further vacations and rallies. The subject of competitive cycling was added when the Olympic Games became a rich source of images followed by major races like the Coors Classic & Tour de France. 2013 will be the 100th edition of the Tour de France because it was canceled eleven times due to WWI & WWII. The race began in 1903 making 2003 it's 100th Anniversary year. Judy & Jerry were in France in 2003 where Jerry experienced his favorite one day on a bicycle. He rode, with thousands of others wearing retro yellow jerseys, through the heart of Paris on the Champs-Elysees discovering the Arc de Triomphe, the Obelisk on Place de la Concorde, the Louvre and other landmarks without auto traffic. This “Huge Convivial Cyclist Gathering” occurred the last day of the Tour before the peloton arrived.

The bicycle is an amazing machine that is used around the world for an incredible number of self propelled activities. It has been called the noblest invention of mankind and the most civilized conveyance known to man. We owe a deep sense of gratitude to the cycling community's dedicated individuals and nonprofit organizations working to build the fellowship of the road. Our bicycle related journey has enriched our lives and created many lasting friendships. It is a pleasure and privilege to be members of this worldwide incredible family. A final thought comes from a favorite book THE NOISELESS TENOR, THE BICYCLE IN LITERATURE – titled from a poem that for the editor James E. Starrs suggests "the subdued whirring of the bicycle in contrast to the noisome clamor of other more modern forms of vehicular conveyance."

Since most of the posters in our collection are not on the website, please feel free to inquire about any specific poster interests. In addition to posters, our site features cycling gifts, books, calendars, holiday cards , etc.

2003 Tour de France 100th Anniversary Stamp Sheet 1980 US 15 Cent Embossed Envelope Merckx Dominates