We don’t know where this photograph was taken but it probably dates from the early 1900s and would have been typical of thousands of similar shops throughout the UK. The brand names on the window are unfamiliar but that’s not surprising, as many early bicycle manufacturers failed and others amalgamated into larger companies to achieve economies of scale. The exception is Dunlop Tyres, which has survived and is now an international business making a wide variety of products in addition to tyres.
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