I love this picture from 1937, as it shows several aspects of cycling that we have discussed this week. First, we can sort of see why girl's bikes do not have the bar . . . it is so a girl can ride the bike wearing a skirt. Second, it shows one of the more ingenious ways to ride double on a bike. The passenger sits on the seat, and the driver rides standing, supported by the pedals. I love how the boy scouts are giving the girls a ride. Note that the bikes likely belonged to the girls as they are girl bicycles.