Where Was the Bicycle Invented?

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The bicycle was invented in Germany in 1817 and its first speed record was 15 kilometres an hour. The bicycle was made of wood and had no pedals. It was not until 1842, that it was equipped with solid rubber tires.
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The first bicycle prototype was invented by Baron Karl von Drais in 1817 in Mannheim, Germany.
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