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Question 1: Then came the US bicycle boom, that caught a back-to-nature trend of which the ________ movement had been a precursor.
AmphetamineTimothy LearyPsychedelic musicHippie

Question 2: They rode through Peru, Bolivia, ________, Chile, New Zealand, New Caledonia and Indonesia.
BrazilArgentinaUruguayBuenos Aires

Question 3: It would be like this crowd of ________ crossing America[15]
InsectSenegalese grasshopperLocustSwarm

Question 4: A rider calling himself "A Light Dragoon" told in 1870 or 1871 of a ride from ________ to Salisbury, across southern England.
Seaford, East SussexNewhaven, East SussexPeacehavenLewes

Question 5: [2] "There are various accounts of 15 to 17-year-olds draisienne-touring around ________ in the 1820s.
United KingdomFranceCanadaItaly

Question 6: Cyclo-Camping International[21] makes a point of including shorter tours with children in its annual presentation in ________.
VersaillesParisÉvry, EssonneMarseille

Question 7: The ________ movement started in Germany and spread abroad and a cycling holiday staying at hostels in the 1930s could be had for £2.
HostelWorld Tourism rankingsTourismHotel

Question 8: The ________ in the USA was founded in Newport, Rhode Island on May 30, 1880.
DenverSan FranciscoSacramento, CaliforniaLeague of American Bicyclists

Question 9: "One practitioner beat a four-horse coach to ________ by half an hour," he says.
HovePeacehavenEastbourneBrighton

Question 10: On 17 February 1869 John Mayall, Charles Spencer and Rowley Turner rode from ________, London, to Brighton in 15 hours for 53 miles.
United KingdomEnglandNational Gallery (London)Trafalgar Square







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