Own a piece of history for your wall! This incredible print gives you a large-scale reproduction of a historic advertising poster from the early years of competitive racing. From Brett Horton's vast collection of vintage cycling posters and photography, this rare piece (original is worth thousands of dollars) features a reprint of the official promo poster for the 1936 World Cycling Championships held in Zurich and Bern, Switzerland. With incredible art deco-era graphic design, the flags of the main competing nations, and the date and location details of the event, this is both a historic work of vintage cycling art, and a beautiful piece for the wall of home or office! (While Germany is represented on the poster by the infamous Nazi-era swastika flag, at least it is being trod over by the tires of a competitor). Reproduced faithfully to the original, and printed on heavy gallery-quality paper stock, this is perfect for framing, and will become the centerpiece of your cycling collection.