WW2 Bicycles

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RAISING DUST IN THE DESERT- Alan johnson. edited by simon Warner.

THIS NEW EDITION,SMALL BOOK , IS WITHOUT DOUBT ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS WRITTEN ABOUT THE LIFE OF THE D.R IN W2. THESE ARE SIGNED EDITIONS BY SIMON . THIS IS A MUST FOR ALL D.R RIDERS AND GIVES REAL DETAIL ABOUT THE MACHINES WE ALL LOVE . HE RODE MOST OF THE W.D BIKES . UNCENSORED PICTURES ARE A NICE REFERENCE FOR US ALL.

BSA AIRBORNE FOLDING BICYCLE. ORIGINAL BIKE.

2ND PATTERN 1943 PARABIKE , ALL ORIGINAL . EARLY /MID WAR NUMBER . SADDLE POST DECAL WORN OFF .

BSA AIRBORNE PARABIKE -1943-UNRESTORED EXAMPLE.

ORIGINAL PAINT AND DECALS -STORED IN A LOFT FOR DECADES .ALL ORIGINAL APART FROM SADDLE .

Appollo Werks Truppen Fahrrad

The german army relied heavily on bicycles for troops all units of infantry and even motorised divisions included bicycles in their standard equipment. The reorganisation of the army in the mid 1930’s stated that the first battalion of each infantry regiment should be equipped with bicycles and throughout the war

Philips bicycle trade pattern heavy duty military Bicycle

In very good condition suitable for KORIAN WAR period c1951

German Die Radfahrtruppe Bicycle

Contrary to popular belief the German Army was not fully motorised at the outbreak of war. The Treaty of Versailles had severely limited the Army’s resources, especially within motorisation