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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle Pictures' started by Ludwig II, Nov 18, 2012.
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!920s 98cc Ramonot, France
This is a recent English construction which has had an accident that injured the rider. Make sure your fixtures and fittings are man enough for the job.
[[David Watson to Moped Autocycle & Cyclemotor Collector.
Heard some bad news today! the sort that thankfully we don't hear that often. Joe was riding with us Saturday on the BLDR event and was out with the Wirral Wobblers Sunday when something occurred with the bike and Joe had a nasty off. (lifted this from another group) " Hi all, Joe is in Arrowe Park Hospital, ward 20. He has a broken right shoulder and 5 broken ribs. He's in good spirits although wearing a neck brace. He's due another scan shortly" Get well soon Joseph Thomas Swaine]]
The bicycle is Raleigh, the transmission is modified Mobylette, and the engine was a 50cc Trojan Minimotor, but it's been opened out to 75cc.
Rhonsonette with an ABG engine
There were no details with this, but the motor unit is the BSA Winged Wheel. It's possible the whole bike was a BSA construction, although the forks could equally be aftermarket parts.
Hemy motor, France.
Lutetia auxiliary, France.
1925 125cc Austral Type A-24, France
1950s Italy, with a 38 or 48cc Garelli Mosquito engine
1950 France, Ferdinand tanedem and VAP4 motor.
1903 Kerry, UK.
1930 100cc Dollar, France
Early 1930s 74cc Phanomen, Germany
1923 125 DFR, France
Phantom, 1920s Germany
My grandfather has this kind of bike! I used to ride this kind of bike before when I was a kid!
Even the bikes are the old model, but when you look at it there is an aura that makes you think that these bikes were cool....
A prototype, according to the translation. Whizzer frame and Marman/Jack & Heintz 2 cyl 2 stroke engine.
WOW! Had the same motor, clutch, and tank on a Monark bike when i was a kid, it was awesome fun. My tank was chrome with tool box on other side, clutch had several disks in it.............Curt
1995, 35cc limited run prototype CZ bike engine
1934 98cc 1 speed CZ
1923 Persch 118, Austria
Stadtrad by Junior of Austria. The engine is a licenced compression ignition Lohmann
1909 Dufaux Ecclesiastique/Dames with Motosacoche engine
1923 Labinal Micromoteur 75cc Bol D'Or 24hr racer
Early 1920s French Diamant
1923 Poinsard-Sivigny Mascot
The Trojan Mini Motor was made in Croydon, UK. It drove the back tyre direct. The owner, seated on the bike, tired of replacing tired tyres so he adapted it, as seen, to chain drive.
Alpha from Spain in 1947, a 75cc 2 stroke
Italian Mini Zeta
1919 onwards, Lumen motor wheel, France, 118cc, later 149cc
1901 FN 1.25hp
1898 Bourgery, France
This is cool. I like as well the color. It's a bit eye-catching.