Museum entrance. Ref 1
Museum entrance. Ref 1
Eds cycle mopeds museum gallery
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Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Furir 118 cc 1915. Manufactured by Emil Jern city of Gävle for use as an auxiliary engine. It became the first mass produced cycle engine in Sweden.
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EBE 184 cc 2 hp with snifting valve 1919. Manufactured by EBE factory in Åmål. The cycle engine was a copy of Furir but equipped with free wheel which Furir didn't had. This was done by Carl-Georg Lindkvist. He had patent for this. Sold for 500 Skr. This was much money at this time.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Close up from the engine of an EBE. Note valve arrangement.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Austria Motoren Werk Arsenal. ÖWA. The cycle was advertized in Sweden through long distance driving. The factory was dismissed and the interest for this type of engine ceased by people, most because other types of motorcycles. ÖWA was also called Austro motorette. The production ceased 1933.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
ÖWA seen from other side.
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Cyclemaster. 32 cc 0.75 hk. Mounted in a Huskvarna Cycle. The main construction for Cyclemaster came first in Germany before WWII. This was not of interest until after the war, when interest to produce this was taken for Holland. It can be seen as war booty and German engineers went to Holland. Because of high costs no production was taken until a new company was established in England.
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DKW cycle motor. 118 cc 1919 Germany. The Dane Skafte Rasmussen who worked mostly in Germany launched the DKW. This little auxiliary engine became very popular and was called "Das Kleine Wunder". An other interpreting from the letters DKW was "Damp Kraft Wagen".
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
It is easy to understand that this auxiliary engine became popular. The placement and the way of driving were well done without destroying the driving ability. Easy to get accessories for the cycle. See also preceding picture. This construction became after the war the ground for Cyclemaster.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Ducati 48 cc OHV.1950-52. Model name Cucciolo. 2 geared through the pedals but no foot brake. On the picture it is mounted in a Monark bicycle. The engine was sold including assembly parts such as front fork, rear light and electric cables.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Close up view of Ducati 48 cc auxiliary engine. See also preceding picture. The engine was constructed by Adolfo Farinello already 1944 in cooperation with SIATA, a sport car producer. The engine was 1946 sold in 25000 copies. The production went over to Ducati 1952 when 200000 were sold. The development made that it became more or less a motorcycle.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Malanca 48 cc. 1963. This moped was bought by coincidence in Sardinia 1988 on a holiday tour from a sheepherd. It was brought home in parts by the present owner. The Malanca factory produced also 112 cc and 149 cc motorcycles.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Alenax Cycle produced in China/Taiwan are selling today, but started in late 70th. It use the up and down system invented by Bertil Ljungström in Sweden.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Close up view of how Alenax/Ljungström system works. The system was constructed by Bertil Ljungström patented invention of the free wheel hub 1894. Cycles were produced in over 2000 copies at Palmkrantz weapon factory in Stockholm.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Ragne invalid moped.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Info Ragne invalid moped.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Info Meyra invalid moped.
Eds cycle moped museum. Ref. 1
Meyra invalid moped.
     

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