Does anyone have any stories or memories from the 1970 bike boom? If you could answer any of these questions I'd love to hear your ideas.
What do you believe attracted people to bikes in the 1970s?
Was cycling, in the 1970s, a individualistic type of sport? Or was it a sport that people built communities around?
Were the majority of cyclists in the 1970s riding to race? Or just for the enjoyment of getting out on a bike?
Do you think the introduction of the 10-speed derailer peaked people's interest in biking?
Were people buying bikes in the 1970s buying bikes for the first time? Or were they upgrading to something better?
Was the bike boom just a fad?
Do you have any stories about your experiences racing in the 1970s?
Was cycling an "elitist" sport in the 70s?
Do you think people were attracted to cycling in the 70s as a form of escapism from the pressures of society?
What prompted your interest in bikes?
What prompted your interest in competitive cycling?