9. BAD TEETH NO BAR

BAD TEETH NO BAR features the world’s most comprehensive military bicycle collection. Over the coming months, I’ll add pages here to show the story behind each of them…

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Items in this Collection

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1880-1883 BSA Otto

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1886-1918 HISTORY OF MILITARY BICYCLES VIDEO

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1886/1887 Military Premier (Hillman, Herbert & Cooper)

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1896 Columbia Model 40 Military

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1896 Gladiator Military Folding Bicycle

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1897 Spalding 25th Infantry Military ‘Special’

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1898 Alldays Matchless Military Roadster

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1899 BSA Fittings Machine: Telegraph Battalion, Royal Engineers ‘Cable Layer’

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1900 BSA Fittings Machine: Telegraph Battalion, Royal Engineers Wireless Operator

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1900 Dursley Pedersen ‘Detachable’ Military Cycle

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1901 Quadrant Military Bicycle

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1908 Raleigh All-Steel Military Model

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1910s BICYCLETTE PLIANTE PEUGEOT ‘SYSTEM GERARD’

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1911 Costa Military Folding Bicycle (Italian)

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1914 Bianchi ‘Model 1912’ Military Folding Bicycle

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1914 BSA Territorial with WW1 Military Fittings

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1914 WW1 Brooks Military ‘No 3’ Saddle

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1915 Raleigh Military Model with Rifle Mounts

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1915 Swift ‘Imperial’ Military Roadster

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1915 The Military Humber

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1915 WW1 ‘The Military Sunbeam’

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1916 New Hudson Military Model No 101

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1918 WW1 Columbia Military Model (US Army Issue Green)

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1942 Raleigh Commando Folding Military Bicycle WW2 Prototype

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Boer War Correspondent with Blickensderfer Typewriter

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RIFLE MOUNTING CLIPS ON MILITARY BICYCLES

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WAR & PEACE SHOW: Talk on Military Bicycles VIDEO

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