||Dutch collector's forum for questions
and tips on vintage Dutch bicycles.
||Burgers was the first
Dutch bicycle manufacturer.
history of this distinguished old bicycle manufacturer.
website about the former Mustang cycle works based at Assen,
Netherlands, built by the founders' family De Geeter.
||Website about all bicycle manufacturers
from the Dutch province of Groningen
||Largest, forum-like Website about Dutch
about old Dutch delivery bicycles, their owners plus a restauration
||The precursors of
electrical bicycle lighting, with a lot of pictures of vintage bicycle lamps.
||All about the former
Dutch bicycle tax badge and its history.
||Summary of the invention
of the bicycle. Furthermore, Edzo Paap builds miniature scale bicycles.
in English language:
||A site with a huge
quantity of information about bicycle history, technical aspects and much more. Probably
the best bicycle site on the web.
vintage bicycle museum with lots of information on mostly English
bikes and bicycle manufacturers. Including descriptions of many
vintage bicycles from different countries.
||Mads Rasmussens homepage
with comprehensive information about this very special bicycle and its inventor.
||Website of a leading
British bicycle expert with information about the Moulton bicycles, a very interesting
article about Raleigh,
overview of all types of SA gear hubs, including section drawings.
information about a couple of British bicycle manufacturers on the website
of the university of Wolverhampton.
Langleys interesting website covers many aspects of cycling: bicycle
history, technical tips, stories etc.
| Cycling photographs
||Victorian and Edwardian
Cycling Photographs from the collections of Roger Vaughan and Brian Boyd.
||Bicycle museum site with
fotos and descriptions of the bicycles.
about the life of the English bicycle manufacturer Maurice Selbach
(2nd article about Selbach's machines is to come).
||Small website about
|BSA & Military
website on BSA and military bicycles.
History (Burgwardt Museum)
||Site of yet another
bicycle museum. Information about International Cycle History Conferences.
with many pictures of classic lightweighs.
in German language:
||A fairly recent homepage.
The most interesting part so far is about the German brand Wanderer.
||Andree Schote from
Germany is fond of old F&S (Sachs) hub gears (nice fotos).
offers detailled information on NSU bicycles and motorcycles.
||Jörg's vintage bicycle
pages with information about the German Phänomen
||This Dutch museum has got
one of the most complete historic bicycle collections. A must-see for anybody interested
in old bikes. Unfortunately, the website itself offers very little interesting