A bicycle (also called a cycle or bike), is a pedal-driven vehicle, having two or three wheels attached to a frame. It's claimed that the first two-wheeled and steering bicycle was created in 1901, by the Russian-born inventor, Y.M.Artamonov. They used to call it a scooter.
Since 1893, World, European, and other cycling competitions have been held. Cycling has been contested at every Summer Olympic Games since the birth of the modern Olympic movement at the 1896 Summer Olympics. During the first Olympics, this type of sport used to change frequently. However lately, the program of the cyclists has remained unchanged. The program includes a 1 km track time trial, 4 km individual and team race, 100 km race ride and individual round race, etc.