MILITARY BICYCLES: 1899-1902 BOER WAR

Bicycles were officially used for the first time under wartime conditions during the 2nd Boer War (1899-1902) by both sides…

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1898 Alldays Matchless Military Roadster

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1898 Ericsson Field Telephone ‘C’ Mk 1

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

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1900 BSA Fittings Machine (Brakes: Bowden rear; thumb lever front)

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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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1900 High Frame Machine with Double Top Tube built entirely of BSA Fittings

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1901 Boer War / WW1 Lucas Cycloe Front Carrier Rack FOR SALE

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1901 BSA ‘Bicycle (Mark 1) High. Medium. Low

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1901 Irish ‘Shamrock’ Premier Helical (Belfast, N. Ireland)

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1901 Lea Francis ‘No 3 for Gentlemen’

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1901 Quadrant Military Bicycle

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1901 Sunbeam Gent’s ‘Design OK’

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1901 THE BICYCLING WORLD

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1901 Vickers Machine Gun Tandem Tricycle

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1901 War Office Pattern (WW1 WW2) Rifle Clips / Gun Mounts FOR SALE

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1901-1903 BSA Gents’ Springframe (with Patent Backpedal Brake)

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1902 BSA Roadster (Boer War Military Model)

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Boer War Correspondent with Blickensderfer Typewriter

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The Cycle in Warfare

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WAR & PEACE SHOW: Talk on Military Bicycles VIDEO

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