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Gallery: ‘Goggles & Dust, Images from Cycling’s Glory Days’

Take a look back at cycling's storied early years with a few select images from the new VeloPress book, 'Goggles & Dust'
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Roger Lapébie summits the Col d’Allos in the 1937 Tour de France. Power meters? Heart rate monitors? Nutrition plans? Riders in that era relied heavily on grit and determination to complete the grueling races. Photo: The Horton Collection
Goggles & Dust: Images from Cycling's Glory Days
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Images from the new VeloPress book, <a href='Goggles & Dust'">
Goggles & Dust: Images from Cycling's Glory Days