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all riders

Finally riding a big boys bike
Nope, it saves your handlebar from being scratched when you lean it on something--particularly concrete, stone, or brick walls as found all over a city.
 

juvela

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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thanks very much for commencing this textilium Moto-Gi macchinista

had not before seen one of these gadgets and was also unfamiliar with the maker

the spot of digging done has made me wonder just how many small accessories they may have produced back in this era

perhaps they had a product range similar to that of Rampinelli (REG)

would be fun to locate a catalogue or brochure from them of the era of the Gazelle...

shall keep an eye out in the course o' me travels... ; ^ ]


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jimbo53

I live for the CABE
A friend has a Dutch Gazelle that has a similiar “bumper” on the right side handlebar. His is a single speed, but agree with discussion that it’s to aid in leaning bike against a wall.
Rhodes used to make a “flick stand” that kept the front wheel from flip flopping, preventing it from falling over if leaned against a wall. Different solution to same problem.
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Fritz Katzenjammer

Look Ma, No Hands!
How about a picture of the Gazelle, I recently picked up a Populair and am rapidly falling in love with the big lump... such a nice ride!
 
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