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Rare, incredible working piece of history! Swiss chocolate. Swiss bank. And now, this highly collectible Swiss Military Bicycle specially adapted to meet the needs of armed forces. In use since the early 20th century in many armies throughout the world, bicycles allow swift, silent movement and increased mobility on the battlefield. This beauty was built between 1993-1995. Created to be used by couriers to deliver messages, ammo, documents and even Swiss cheese to front-line troops!
This Bicycle is a strong, sturdy 48 lbs. A few are still used at the Company 17 (Fallschirmaufklrer Kompanie 17) Special Forces base and Paratrooper school at Locarno-Magadino military airport in southern Switzerland. They're currently ridden by cadet officers, sergeant majors, quartermasters, cooks and guards, in addition to being used for physical training and movement between the barracks and firing range. And now you can own one for yourself!
- Condor produced 5,500 units for the Swiss Army
- Matte Olive Drab steel frame
- Front and back racks
- 7-speed Shimano derailleur gearing
- Front and rear lights powered by axle-mounted dynamo
- Hydraulic rim brakes
- Lockable frame storage boxes hold included pump, tool kit
- Leather saddle
- Straight mountain-bicycle style handlebars
- 26" spoked wheels, pneumatic tires
- Built to last and ready to ride
- Weighs approx. 48 lbs.
- Used condition
A Bicycle built for YOU! Be among the first to nab your new wheels now!Key Specifications
- Item number: 637593
- Materials: Steel frame
- Condition: Used. May show signs of long-term storage.
- Please Note: This item is shipped by commercial carrier curbside. Unloading is the customer's responsibility, including off the back of the truck. This product Ships in 1 Box, Measures 48"l. x 78"w. x 40"h., and Weighs approx. 52 lbs. No expedited delivery. High-value orders require a physical street address, otherwise insurance costs will be added to the shipping total.
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