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Jigsaw Puzzle of Primitive bicycle, a form of 'dandy horse', c1818. Artist: Unknown

Primitive bicycle, a form of 'dandy horse', c1818. Artist: Unknown

Primitive bicycle, a form of 'dandy horse', c1818. Artist: Unknown
Primitive bicycle, a form of 'dandy horse', c1818. 'The dandy ' or 'hobby horse' was the forerunner of the bicycle and was invented by Baron von Drais in France in 1817. It was introduced to England the following year by Denis Johnson, a coachmaker of Long Acre, London, who described it as a 'pedestrian curricle'. Dandy horses had no pedals or brakes, but were propelled by the rider pushing on the ground with his feet, and dragging the feet to slow the machine.

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Jigsaw Puzzle of Primitive bicycle, a form of 'dandy horse', c1818. Artist: Unknown

Primitive bicycle, a form of 'dandy horse', c1818. 'The dandy ' or 'hobby horse' was the forerunner of the bicycle and was invented by Baron von Drais in France in 1817. It was introduced to England the following year by Denis Johnson, a coachmaker of Long Acre, London, who described it as a 'pedestrian curricle'. Dandy horses had no pedals or brakes, but were propelled by the rider pushing on the ground with his feet, and dragging the feet to slow the machine. Johnson started a school where prospective purchasers could learn how to ride the machine, and in 1819 fashionable London society was briefly gripped by a craze for riding a hobby horse
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Baron Karl Von , Baron Karl Von Drais , Bicycle , Bicycles , Bike , Cycling , Denis , Denis Johnson , Drais , Hobby Horse , Johnson , Pedestrian Hobbyhorse , Wheel

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