Cyclists line up in front of Jack Suckling’s shop in Manchester Street, Christchurch, around 1913. Jack Suckling (ninth from the right) stands on the pavement near the front door wearing a cap. The man third from the right is champion cyclist Phil O’Shea. Bicycle factories and shops proliferated in New Zealand in the early 20th century.
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