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Old 03-02-16, 01:20 PM
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Help identify this bike please?

Hi, does anybody know what bike this is:

I've got one in blue... It's in ok condition, is it rare or worth anything to you guys for parts or something?
Thanks...
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It looks like a european fold up ladies bike. Not a BMX for sure.
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Old 03-02-16, 08:44 PM
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Kalkhoff is a German bike company, and that's a folding bike model of theirs. I'd guess from the 1970s, based on the cottered crank, but it's a pretty wild guess. They're not common in my little corner of the world, but rare doesn't necessarily mean valuable. Unless you're talking about a Brompton, they don't command much money here. (That said, I wouldn't mind having one if I stumbled across a deal.)

There's a folding bike forum here on Bikeforums and the guys in there would probably be a whole lot more helpful than me:
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Originally Posted by SkyDog75
Kalkhoff is a German bike company, and that's a folding bike model of theirs. I'd guess from the 1970s, based on the cottered crank, but it's a pretty wild guess. They're not common in my little corner of the world, but rare doesn't necessarily mean valuable. Unless you're talking about a Brompton, they don't command much money here. (That said, I wouldn't mind having one if I stumbled across a deal.)

There's a folding bike forum here on Bikeforums and the guys in there would probably be a whole lot more helpful than me:
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Originally Posted by elmore leonard
It looks like a european fold up ladies bike. Not a BMX for sure.
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Old 03-08-16, 07:33 PM
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How did u post the picture of ure bike?
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Old 03-11-16, 10:42 AM
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Originally Posted by ozzysnhisbmx
How did u post the picture of ure bike?
If you were to click Reply, click the 'Go Advanced' button. Under the box where you type your message, you'll see a 'Manage Attachments' button. Clicking that opens a new window, from where you can click 'Add Files' and upload. Once uploaded, drag to the bottom half of the window. Click the 'Insert Inline' button if you want it to show up in the post as a thumbnail, and not just as an attachment.
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