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Experience the flair of vintage cycling with this vintage cycling picture of Owen Kimble. Born on February 18, 1876 in Louisville, Kentucky, Kimble began racing at 18. A local legend, Kimble won most of his regional Kentucky races. "Old Kaintuck" developed a national name for himself during his career. In 1898, he set records in the quarter-mile and was named the unofficial national champion. This led him to the highest point of his career- a trip to Europe and a victory at the Pix des Adieux in 1903.
This black and white framed photograph comes to a finished frame size of 18.5x22.5x1 inches. Made entirely of wood, it is made complete with kraft paper backing, a museum grade custom matte, and mounting equipment pre-installed.