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Four-man bicycle is powered by five chains and has brakes on both its wheels, 1948. The bike was built by Art Rothschild (top position) who broke three ribs while learning how to ride it. (Photo by Wallace Kirkland/Time & Life Pictures)

Four-man bicycle is powered by five chains and has brakes on both its wheels, 1948. The bike was built by Art Rothschild (top position) who broke three ribs while learning how to ride it. (Photo by Wallace Kirkland/Time & Life Pictures)
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05 May 2013 11:17:00


A genetically engineered featherless rooster struts around the campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Department of Agriculture May 22, 2002 in Rehovot, Israeli. After two years of research, departmental scientists announced the naked chicken, as it has been dubbed, as a low calorie bird because the lack of feathers means the chicken has less fat. It also matures earlier than its feathered counterparts. (Photo by Moshe Milner/GPO/Getty Images)
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29 Mar 2011 14:15:00
Participants run at the “Half-Naked Marathon” at Olympic Forest park in Beijing, China, February 28, 2016 (Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)

Participants run at the “Half-Naked Marathon” at Olympic Forest park in Beijing, China, February 28, 2016. This annual running event which requires participants to run half-naked, was organized to promote environmentally friendly lifestyles. (Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)
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29 Feb 2016 11:25:00
Bicycle Cafe In Zurich, Switzerland

In the past, having a car was synonymous to success. Now, however, having a bicycle in the new trend. Riding a bicycle is all pros and no cons. It makes you slimmer and healthier, it allows you to enjoy the fresh air, traffic jams are no longer a problem, and of course you don’t waste money on gas. However, there was always a problem of leaving your bike unattended. With thieves lurking behind every corner, there is always a risk of someone stealing your bicycle. Thus, the authorities of Zurich have decided to do something for cyclists. They’ve created the first café for cyclists where the person can sit on his bike while enjoying a cup of coffee. This is a great idea since the visitors will not have to worry about their bikes being stolen. Though to visit such a café, you might want to bring a cushion with you, since sitting on small, hard plastic seat is not very relaxing.
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22 Dec 2014 11:49:00
Participants dressed in historical clothing ride high-wheel bicycles during a bicycle ballet event at Schloss Karlsruhe palace during the 2017 International Veteran Cycle Association (IVCA) rally to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the bicycle on May 27, 2017 in Karlsruhe, Germany. (Photo by Alexander Scheuber/Getty Images)

Participants dressed in historical clothing ride high-wheel bicycles during a bicycle ballet event at Schloss Karlsruhe palace during the 2017 International Veteran Cycle Association (IVCA) rally to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the bicycle on May 27, 2017 in Karlsruhe, Germany. Karl Drais, a German inventor, built and tested the first bicycle, called the Draisine, that ran without pedals in 1817. (Photo by Alexander Scheuber/Getty Images)
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01 Jun 2017 10:04:00
Inna Vladimirskaya, 32, from Kiev, Ukraine running in the snow in Kiev, Ukraine in minus temperatures as she believes it will improve her health. (Photo by David Tesinsky/Caters News Agency)

This brave swimmer certainly has a brrracing workout each weekend she skinny dips in one of the coldest rivers in Europe which regularly plummets to temperaturess of –9C. Inna Vladimirskaya, 32, strips off on the banks of the Dnieper river, in Kiev, Ukraine, every Sunday morning, and takes a swim after jogging along the snowy banks of the river in the nip. (Photo by David Tesinsky/Caters News Agency)
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17 Mar 2018 00:05:00
New York through the eyes of a Road Bicycle

My transport of choice in NYC is definitely a road bike. When you cycle on the streets you see city and it’s habitants in a very different point of view. Let me share with you some photos I took last year – NYC through the eyes of a road bike.

Tim Sklyarov
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06 Jan 2014 11:27:00
Japanese children wear loincloths as they splash about in freezing cold water during Saidaiji Naked Festival, at Saidaiji Temple

“A Hadaka Matsuri (“Naked Festival”) is a type of Japanese festival, or matsuri, in which participants wear a minimum amount of clothing; usually just a Japanese loincloth (called fundoshi), sometimes with a short happi coat, and rarely completely naked. Whatever the clothing, it is considered to be above vulgar, or everyday, undergarments, and on the level of holy Japanese shrine attire. Naked festivals are held in dozens of places throughout Japan every year, usually in the summer or winter. The most famous festival is held in Okayama, where the festival originated. Every year, over 9,000 men participate in this festival”. – Wikipedia

Photo: Japanese men wear loincloths as they splash about in freezing cold water during Saidaiji Naked Festival, at Saidaiji Temple on February 18, 2012 in Okayama, Japan. (Photo by Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images)
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19 Feb 2012 12:18:00