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Crazy Bar Stem: Kulture Bicycle - Deninger Cycle Company

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New Mexico Brant

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
This piece of literature has been for sale on Ebay for years; I just noticed one detail. What is the crazy stem on this bicycle?

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New Mexico Brant

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Do you think that can be recreated using Hussey parts?
I am not sure, the lower stem looks like a quilled seat post. It looks similar to a Major Taylor type but not in a "sleak racy way."
A Hussey applied that way would seem fragile as hell. So many of them are broken-up as used in their normal position. I have an entire drawer of parts to prove that.
 

gkeep

I live for the CABE
Artistic license? False advertising? If that forward part of the '7' is round like seat post riding that could be a death wish. Is the bottom name Deninger or Peninger Cycle Company? Wonder if there is a survivor out there somewhere???
 

dnc1

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Artistic license? False advertising? If that forward part of the '7' is round like seat post riding that could be a death wish. Is the bottom name Deninger or Peninger Cycle Company? Wonder if there is a survivor out there somewhere???
But didn't Major Taylor race on a round section version.
Just a high rise clamp section on an adjustable stem?
 

Mercian

I live for the CABE
Hi All,

Jack Bradshaw's Patent from 1899 (and, in fact, he was Irish...)

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He was a busy inventor, concerned with the novelties of the day, Bicycles, Acetylene lighting, Tyres, toilet cisterns....

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Best Regards,

Adrian
 

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