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Hjortheds museum house. This museum was opened when the owner Bosse Ellergren had so many mopeds and cycles with help engines that he had no space left. He built a 150 m2 big store. This became the museum.
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Outside the museum beside the entrance road, there is a speedway cycle placed. It is an English cycle with frame from Godde and engine from Weslake. This was the most powefull in the 80th. Weslake was a 4 valve engine and trimmed by Pedersen and a square throttle in carburettor. It gave 70 ps.
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Rex help engine 1949. This was German classic with 31 cc. Several models came and at last one with 40 cc, coupling and produced for different placings in a cycle.
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Raleigh RM6 1963 Runabout. This was their most popular model in England and was sold during 10 years. They cooperated with Motobecane. The engine had 50 cc automatic gearbox and gave 1,3 ps. Raleigh was created when three mates started to produce cycles 1887. Then the story is just like DeDion. Frank Bowden liked the cycle and found that he could earn money on the production.
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ILO G50 1952 was an engine easy to mount from the leading help engine producer in Pinneberg Germany. The name Ilo is esperanto and means tools. This cycle is from 1952.
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ILO engine mounted on a cycle.
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ÖWA-wheel from 1923.
The letters stand for Östereicher Werke Arsenal. From the beginning it was Austro Motorette. It had a 81 cc and gave 1 ps.
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Close up picture of the ÖWA engine.
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Kuli help engine from 1952. It was produced in Örebro 1951-1956. It was sold in 4 models.
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Close up picture on Kuli engine. The drive could either be chain or v-belt.
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Victoria 1951. One in Sweden very popular help engine. Mainly because it was easy to trim.
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Lohmann 1954. This engine works according the diesel principle. It also worked as a two stroke engine.
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Fuch 40S 1952 was one of the two models from factory in HMW factory in Austria. It had 2 gears. This was almost a copy of Victoria.
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Museum owners Bosse and Hans Åkesson decided to use some money to make something funny. This moped is called a quadrupel.
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Charles Gustaf Valdemar Kroon in Vansbro, started as a salesman, cycle fixer and reseller. He also built his first motorcycle 1909.
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Berini was a help engine which was sold just after the WWII. The allied offered drawings for a Dutch company.
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In the 30th there were several "Arschwärmer" in Germany. This is one from ILO factory with 60 cc and 1 ps.
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Solex 3800 is a boring moped which might have overlived itself. It was okay for short distances.
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Follis is a French construction and became very popular in Swedish motor press.
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This hub engine came on market 1953 and christened to Winged Wheel by BSA.
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 Velocette motorcycles was established 1905, when the firm was named Taylor & Gue.
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Velocette LE was popular for the Police in England sure for it had water cooling.
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 Vichy government had regulations during the 40th. This was about small engines and their volume.
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 The war was over in Italy. After 5 years of hard times with only war production. Constructions for Lambretta, Vespa and this Minimotor were on the way.
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 This help engine is a separate construction by Wall Autowheel.
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A very rare moped cycle in Sweden. Had the name MAW.
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A Russian help engine from 1957 with the name Dvigatel D4.
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This is an Hungarian moped with engine mounted under main pedal hub.
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Otto Lutz had studied machine technic at high school in Stuttgart. He constructed the moped engine.
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Meister 1955 was a German moped with Sachs engine.
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 George Wallis was born 1903 in Grimsby Sheffield. He had problem to handle money, but was a good inventor and earned much money.
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Engine installation in Ariel A3. This copy is made by BSA.
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SCO Brennabor was produced in the giant company with 6000 employee.
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Phänomen was established 1907 and produced first cycles.
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Colibri/Furir 1915 - 1919.
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Mustad. Norwegian folkscooter. It was produced in Sweden and was a disaster.
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Mustad scooter. Had 1.2 ps engine and 49,7 cc.
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Mustad scooter.
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"Hjortedexpressen". This is a development project based on a nomal motion cycle. Training cycle.
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Nimbus was not started to make cycles. Instead financed the cycle with hovers in Denmark.
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 History about Cyclemaster started already 1932.
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This Sparta GT 50 1966 is produced by a Dutch company Verbeek & Schakel.
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Whizzer Classic 1999. An american moped.
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Svecia was sold by a machine firm in Stockholm. It was normally NSU cycles.
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Svecia seen from other side.
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 A late DKW model called "Blechbanane".
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No moped but instead a nice engine for a row boat.
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It is curious how a moped museum have. One engine still in it´s original box.
   

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