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Not a helmet in sight
Became compulsory in 2003
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Winner 1998 "The Pirate" Marco Pantani.
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On March 12, 2001 Singapore issued a set of four stamps to commemorate Commonwealth Day. The $1 stamp (S.G.#1091) from the set depicts cycling and other sports.

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The stamp set depicts large wheel bicycle, tricycle, bicycle, and tandem bicycle.

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Bicycles are featured on several of the stamps from Singapore's "50 Years of Tourism" set of five from 2014. Two cyclists are shown on the 2nd local Rate value, and a bicycle with a side car is depicted on the 90c stamp.


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On September 9, 2010 Germany issued this stamp (Mi. #2820) commemorating the bicentenary of Oktoberfest. On the right side of the stamp, woman can be seen on a penny-farthing.

From Wikipedia, "The penny-farthing, also known as a high wheel, high wheeler and ordinary, was the first machine to be called a 'bicycle'. It was popular in the 1870s and 1880s, with the large front wheel providing high speeds (owing to it traveling a large distance for every rotation of the legs) and comfort (the large wheel provides greater shock absorption)."

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Singapore 2020 Police on bicycle patrol.
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Singapore 2019 Cycling at the East Coast Park.
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Singapore 2019 Two little figures of cyclists near the centre of the single stamp in the miniature sheet.

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Belgium used a child's drawing as the design for their 2000 Christmas/New Year's stamp. A postman and his bicycle are depicted.

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Cycling in Israel
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The stamp set depicts mountain cycling, road cycling, and urban cycling.

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On January 5, 1993 The Netherlands issued a set of two stamps to commemorate the 100th anniversary of bicycle and automotive manufacturing in the country. The 70c value (Sc #821) shows recreational bicycle riding.

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Here is Canada's March 3, 1997 issue (Sc #1636) commemorating the 75th anniversary of the founding of Canadian Tire by J. W. and A. J. Billes.

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Canada issued this 48c stamp (Sc #1998) on September 10, 2003 to commemorate the Road World Championships at Hamilton, Ontario. Format is single-pane booklet of eight.

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On June 23, 1989 Canada issued a set of four, 38c "early Canadian photographers" stamps. These stamps were printed se-tenant fashion in traditional sheet format. One of the stamps honors Jules-Ernest Livernois (1851-1933), a second generation photographer from Quebec. The stamp (Sc #12140) shows a Livernois photograph of a man riding a penny-farthing.

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Not sure if this qualifies in a bicycle thread since this
was the De Dion Bouton motor tricycle.
But it looks more like a bicycle than an automobile IMO
even though it was issued for the 75th Anniversary of
the Austrian Automobile Association.

AUSTRIA

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