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Antiquarian advertising posters of bicycles, bike components or accessories - scanned, photographed or collected on Internet.

  • Okinew (Private)
    11 years 11 months ago
    Schladitz
    The wonderful girl, by one hand keeps the bike! :-))
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      11 years 11 months ago
      The French girl used both hands to raise her bicycle:
      Peugeot
       
      Was the French bicycle heavier than the German bicycle? …or was the German girl stronger than the French girl? :o)
      I looked on the Internet for girls who carry their bicycle with one hand. I found, e.g., the English Olympic cycling champion Vicky Pendleton.
      Look here: http://images110.fotki.com/v302/photos/7/1369317/7745583/Vicky_Pendleton_-vi.jpg
      On a Russian side I found a girl, that her TREK bike raises ...with two hands :o)
      http://images114.fotki.com/v288/photos/7/1369317/7745583/TREK_girl-vi.jpg
      Now I would like to see a photo of you, how you raise your TREK bicycle with one hand! :o)))
      • Okinew (Private)
        11 years 11 months ago
        :-D :-D
        I prefer that he carried me.
        But I remembered about my dumbbells. :-))
        • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
          11 years 11 months ago
          Dear Olga, the challenge becomes bigger.
          Now I would like to see, that you raise your bike with two fingers! :o)))
          Two fingers!
          • Okinew (Private)
            11 years 11 months ago
            :-))) But you limit me by very stiff frames. If I will strive for such dubious results, it's possible that at the end of my life I'll do it and have a chance to fall into the Guinness Book of Records because of old age. :-)))
  • Okinew (Private)
    12 years ago
    Stern
    I like such situation very much.
    Here art design examples:
  • Елена Premium user (Private)
    12 years ago
    Howe
    Отличное средство передвижения! :)
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      12 years ago
      Yes, the vehicle is just a little too wide for the narrow forest paths that you use normally :-D
      • Елена Premium user (Private)
        12 years ago
        ой, зачем в лес :))) ... я бы на таком ехала только по улице, как на картинке :))) ... мне бы все машины уступали дорогу :))), от удивления :)))
        • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
          12 years ago
          :-D Oh yes dear Elena, I suppose, you are right!
          With my couch in Moscow I had caused several times traffic jam on the motorways! Cars with opened side window drove with my speed on the lanes beside me. The drivers shot photos of me with her mobile phones during driving their cars. The following cars, which could not recognize the reason of the traffic jam, honked their horns. The chorus of horns were a special happiness in Russia! :-D
          • Елена Premium user (Private)
            12 years ago
            да уж ... такое музыкальное сопровождение не очень приятно :)
            • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
              12 years ago
              but no, dear Elena,
              the musical company was pleasant! :-))
              Where do I get, otherwise, so much attention? In this manner I could be sure that me no car driver overlooks!
              ... and who plays to me somewhere else concerts for free? :-D
  • 12 years ago
    Miele
    Just love these oldtime posters!
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      12 years ago
      I like it too.
      I guess, that the company and the trade name Miele is known absolutely also in the Netherlands :-)
      Miele was founded in 1899 and first produced machines for making butter. The production of bikes was put in 1960 :-(
      Today Miele has more than 16,000 employees and produces all possible household appliances.
  • Okinew (Private)
    12 years ago
    Stoewers Greif
    Very romantically!
    • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
      12 years ago
      The company Stoewer produced originally sewing machines.
      From 1883 Stoewer fabricated bicycles too :-)
      Then from 1899 the company built cars :-|
      Stoewer existed to 1945 and produced last, not romantically :-(, also engines for military aircrafts.
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