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men in cycling uniforms lining up with their bikes at the start of the Tour de France
September 20, 2020

Tour de France

Cyclists from all over Europe await the start of the Tour de France in the early 1950s. The famous race takes place over 23 days, and covers more than 2,000 miles.
Photograph by Justin Locke, Nat Geo Image Collection

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