Who invented cycle first time?:
The first pedal-powered bicycle, as we know it today, was invented by a Frenchman named Pierre Michaux and his mechanic son Ernest in the 1860s. However, there were many earlier forms of bicycles and precursor machines that used various methods of propulsion, such as the draisine or hobby horse, which was invented by Karl von Drais in 1817. The first steam-powered bicycle, known as the Michaux-Perreaux steam velocipede, was invented by Pierre Michaux and Louis-Guillaume Perreaux in 1867. So, while there were many early versions of bicycles, Pierre Michaux is generally credited with inventing the first pedal-powered bicycle.