STYLES: WATER, ICE, SAIL & RAILWAY BIKES

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The sudden arrival of the velocipede in the late 1860s inspired inventors to adapt its design so it could be used on ice. Following this were ideas for water bicycles and railway bicycles. After the turn on the century, cycles evolved into flying machines and, eventually, once lightweight frame tubing had been developed, sail bikes were built…

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cnteetor1898

1898 Teetor Railway Cycle (Light Inspection Car)

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1899 Plater Cycle Crate 01

1900s John J Plater Wicker Cycle Crate

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1900s Semi-submersible Water Bicycle

1900s Semi-submersible Water Bicycle

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SUBMERSIBLE WATER BICYCLE

1900s SEMI-SUBMERSIBLE WATER BICYCLE VIDEO

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1900s Southern Pacific Co Railway Velocipede Inspection Car 05

1900s Southern Pacific Co Railway Velocipede Inspection Car

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flexible flyer sled and coaster wagon

1935 Flexible Flyer Airline Racer Sled

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1935-MICKEY-MOUSE-Flexible-Flyer-Sled-04

1935-1940s Mickey Mouse Flexible Flyer Sled

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1930s Skippy Sno Plane sled 05

1937 Skippy Sno-Plane Sled

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1950s ‘Indian Chief’ Railway Pedal Car (Thistle Toys, Canada) 2

1950s ‘Indian Chief’ Railway Pedal Car (Thistle Toys, Canada)

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1950s Rollfast Ski-Bob 05

1950s Rollfast Ski-Bob Bicycle

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1965-AMF-Hi-Ball-Handcar-04-1

1965 AMF Hi-Ball Hand Car

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1970s Chuk & Gek ski-bike 05

1970s Chuk & Gek Sled-bike (Ski-bob)

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1 sail bike

1975 Patterson AerOcycle Sail Bike

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OLDBIKE_MUSEUM_WATER_BICYCLE_2

AWHEEL on LAND & WATER

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1898-Teetor-light-inspection-car

RAILWAY BICYCLES

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4 R

TO FLY or NOT TO FLY?

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