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Thread: Where does this tiny bike come from ?

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    Default Where does this tiny bike come from ?



    Dear sir
    wouldyou please tell me abot the small bike that show in pictuer

    where it come from ? any maker it ww2 time produce it ?

    thank you and do you have moreinformation abot it ?
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    Default Re: where is this tinybike comrfrom ?

    The big, bad German soldier stole a kid's mo-ped?

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    Default Re: Where does this tiny bike come from ?

    Hello.
    It's an Italian paratroopers pocket bike:

    Aeromoto Volugrafo 125

    here is one from a french collection:

    http://www.asphm.com/vehicules/aerom...grafo_125.html

    Patdau

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    Default Re: Where does this tiny bike come from ?

    Interesting. But I'd think they'd have been better off with a folding, small bicycle...

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    Default Re: Where does this tiny bike come from ?

    Cann't help thinking:
    "England's not the mythical land of Madame George and roses
    It's the home of police who kill blacks boys on mopeds
    ..."


    Isn't this pocket motocycle is a bit big for a pocket?

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    Default Re: Where does this tiny bike come from ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    Interesting. But I'd think they'd have been better off with a folding, small bicycle...
    Nah, American paratroopers itslef prefered the non-clasp micro.



    To the contrary , the Brits loved the foldings micro-bikes


    Any kid will envy to their Welbike
    Last edited by Chevan; 12-11-2009 at 12:28 AM.

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    Default Re: Where does this tiny bike come from ?

    thank you sir patdau for your reply

    it clear for me

    does it still have nowaday .

    it wonder for me to see that have tinybike like that.

    thank every reply I think about Honda monkey

    twin front whell is wonder matter

    it very cute i love para bike
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    Default Re: Where does this tiny bike come from ?

    Paratrooper motorcycles of various armies are still around today, and occasionally come up for auction, on specialist sites.
    Chevan is correct in one respect, regarding the Welbike: not only did kids envy it, but in the ten years or so post-WW2 they were sold as commuter motorcycles, before the Honda Cub, and similar became widely available. The civilian version differed very little from the military original, so much so that vehicle collectors began buying them up during the 1960's and re-building them as the original military version.
    This was at one time so widespread it became almost impossible to distinguish between a civil or a military version of the Welbike in a collection. Therefore, today it is (oddly) actually the civilian version that is the rarest of these rare machines.
    Regardless which version a person chanced to own, they were a sturdy and reliable machine, though not as neck-breakingly fast as modern equivalents. They would be, even today, cheap and reliable transport.

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