Although there were less bicycles (about 20 veteran vehicles) shown, the once that were exibited were very interesting and totally rare, like the Marsch & Kretzschmar safety bicycle or the tricycle built by Josef Erlach from Korpitsch bei Villach. An austrian Carl Lenz boneshaker with front suspension were presented too, in a very good condition. Enjoy the pics!
|A famous austrian draisinne, formely owened by styrian Archduke Johann|
|A french ladies tricycle, built ca. 1868|
|A Hillmann, Herbert & Cooper Permier ordinary bicycle, framenumber 193, built ca 1884, complete nickeled.|
Nice label on the backbone "W. Radfahrer am Schottenfeld".
|A fake Micheaux & Cie boneshaker (so the exibition label said), ca. 1868.|
|A Marsch & Kretschmar safety bicycle, once with peumatic tires. |
Very interesting construction, look at the brakes. Built ca. 1893. Top condition. Framenumber 504.
|The carinthian Josef Erlach-tricycle, built mostly of wood, ca. 1878|
|A Sparkbrook safety bicycle, Coventry, built ca. 1888.|
|A Dürkopp Diana bicycle, framenumber 32894, maybe built in Vienna, ca. 1897. Very nice condition.|
|A 50ties Puch bicycle, ready for wintersports :)|
|A top condition Benedict Albl Graziosa Chainless bicycle, built in Graz, 1898, framenumber 13864. The more expensive sister of my Graziosa|
|A Steyr-Daimler-Puch S50, built in 1949. Absolut top condition, as new.|
|A Dusika racing bicycle, built in Vienna, 1954. |
The colour reminds of the famous Bianchi racing bicycles, a little marketing trick :)
Ferry Dusika was a famous austrian racer
|A beautiful Carl Lenz boneshaker with front suspension, built in Vienna ca. 1870.|