Mountain bikes originated in the United States. In 1974, Gary Fisher, Charlie Kelly, and Tom Ritchey wanted a bicycle that could be parked outside the road, away from "police, cars, and buildings," and they began to install parts and motorcycle parts. To the strong single-tank before World War II.
In the same year, Gary Fisher and his friends fearlessly died, "Talmar Pass Mountain" paved the way for the birth of a new riding style. With Gary Fisher's huge response in the mountain area, his Klunker was later named one of the “History Top Ten Mountain Bikes” by Mountain Bike Action Magazine.
In 1976, Charlie Kelly began to promote a new downhill race, this is the first great mountain bike event. Charlie Kelly commissioned the manufacturer Joe Breeze to design and develop mountain bikes. This is the first "mountain bike" ever built and named "Breeze".
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