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cyclingday

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
I just got this 1929 Chicago Cycle Supply catalog, and one item caught my eye.
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The “Popular Swastika Bell”
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Lucky Charm?
Uh, Huh!
 

catfish

Riding an Alexander Rocket Bike
The image has been around for 100s of years. Long before it was co-opted by a hate group and turned evil. It was used in all kinds of advertising in the USA up to WW 2. Coca-Cola used it. The native Indians used it. Sadly all it means now is hate. Prior to WW 2 there was also a US Army regiment, that used the image on a patch. On their uniforms!
 
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Handle Bar Hoarder

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
The image has been around for 100s of years. Long before it was co-opted by a hate group and turned evil. It was used in all kinds of advertising in the USA up to WW 2. Coca-Cola used it. The native Indians used it. Sadly all it means used the image on a patch. ow is hate. Prior to WW 2 there was also a US Army regiment, that used the image on a patch. On their uniforms!
THAT RIGHT
 

barneyguey

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
I read
The image has been around for 100s of years. Long before it was co-opted by a hate group and turned evil. It was used in all kinds of advertising in the USA up to WW 2. Coca-Cola used it. The native Indians used it. Sadly all it means used the image on a patch. ow is hate. Prior to WW 2 there was also a US Army regiment, that used the image on a patch. On their uniforms!
Among other places that symbol was found in the ruins of a buddist temple in Mongolia. I think it may be thousands of years old. I think we should take it back and restore its meaning and not let a racist hate group have it.
 
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