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Fat Bottom Girls and Bicycle Race by Queen were released together on a double A-sided single, and refer to each other. Near the end of Fat Bottomed Girls, Mercury shouts, “Get on your bikes and ride!” Bicycle Race reciprocates with the lyric “fat bottomed girls, they’ll be riding today.”

Bicycle Race For the sport, see Cycle sport. “Bicycle Race” is a single by the British rock band Queen. It was released on their 1978 album Jazz and written by Queen’s lead singer Freddie Mercury. It was released as a double A-side single together with the song “Fat Bottomed Girls”. The song is notable for […]

Fat Bottom Girls and Bicycle Race by Queen were released together on a double A-sided single, and refer to each other. Near the end of Fat Bottomed Girls, Mercury shouts, “Get on your bikes and ride!” Bicycle Race reciprocates with the lyric “fat bottomed girls, they’ll be riding today.” Read More »

A cycling company was seeing a high number of its bikes getting damaged during deliveries; they solved the problem by making a simple change: printing a flatscreen television screen on the boxes. Damages were reduced by 70%

What happened when a bike company started putting TVs on the sides of its delivery packages A cycling company that was seeing a high number of its bikes getting damaged during deliveries has seemingly solved the problem by making a simple change: printing a flatscreen television screen on the boxes. By masking its bikes as

A cycling company was seeing a high number of its bikes getting damaged during deliveries; they solved the problem by making a simple change: printing a flatscreen television screen on the boxes. Damages were reduced by 70% Read More »

Daniele Nardello is technically the winner of both the 1999 and 2000 Tour de France’s, as everyone who placed above him (including Lance Armstrong who got 1st in both years) has tested positive for using drugs. He originally placed 7th in 1999 and 10th in 2000.

So Wait, Who Actually Won All Those Tour De France Titles? In the summer of 2005, I stood on the Champs Élysées feverishly snapping pictures of Lance Armstrong as he ascended the podium erected in the middle of the famous avenue. The Texan had just secured his record seventh and final Tour de France title,

Daniele Nardello is technically the winner of both the 1999 and 2000 Tour de France’s, as everyone who placed above him (including Lance Armstrong who got 1st in both years) has tested positive for using drugs. He originally placed 7th in 1999 and 10th in 2000. Read More »