Dear Marcel (or perhaps Cher Marcel would be better) is a tribute to artist Marcel Duchamp, the father of conceptual art. In 1913, Duchamp turned a found fork with a front wheel into an artwork that intellectuals can still weave daring theories about today. Back then, bicycling in France was a cult sport and the more than 5,000 kilometer Tour de France was raced at the average speed of almost 27 kilometers per hour that year. Considering the conditions of the roads at the time as well as the types of racing bicycles, this is truly an admirable physical performance. Not to mention Marcel’s intellectual performance.