The Invention of the Bicycle, the Number of Competitors Within the Tour de France, Colors Representing Accomplishments for Competitors, the Average Energy Expenditure of a Rider, the Original Bicycle Design of the Penny Farthing, and the Reasons Performance Enhancing Drugs are Forbidden Within Professional Cycling

The first bicycle was invented in 1817, with no peddles and made of wood. 22 teams of 9 riders each for a total of 190 cyclists begin the Tour de France, but not all cross the finish line. Different jersey colors are associated with different accomplishments and riders are allowed to wear the corresponding colors dependent of whether or not they’ve accomplished that feat of athleticism. Riders weigh themselves every morning before setting out to ride and they constantly monitor their power outpu...

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