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Descriere: epa09146552 Andrei Botestcu, the owner of the Pegas bicycle company, poses with his dog Buster in Bucharest, Romania, 08 April 2021 (issued 20 April 2021). More than three decades after the fall of the communist regime of Nicolae Ceausescu, the aesthetic of that time, marked by oppression and deprivation, has become fashionable in Romania, especially among 'hipsters' and foreign tourists. Among these revivals is the rebirth of the the bicycle brand Pegas, which marked the childhood of millions of Romanians and has been seeing record sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Pegas (Pegasus) began manufacturing bikes in an arms plant in communist Romania in 1972. Like many other models of their time, they imitated, with their vertical and curved handlebars, the legendary Harley Davidson motorcycles. EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET