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The Dutch invasion (or show us your DUTCH bikes)

Old 12-26-18, 02:27 PM
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The same bike in two photos taken five years apart, in Germany in '74 and in Austria in '79. And no, it did not take me that long to ride that short distance. That is a 25" Batavus model Tour de l'Europe that I bought in Amsterdam on that first trip and which now lives in a buddy's garage in Connecticut.


Thnx for sharing, really nice set up with the randonneur type bags
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Old 07-17-19, 01:29 AM
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My latest find, a pretty rare 1980 Serier build PEKA (Peperkamp) from Amsterdam. it was modernised but the previous owner had kept the 2nd gen Dura Ace group, so I rebuild it with the original components.





Serier build with the horizontal saddle clamping lots ( supposed to minimise the frame stress when clamping apparently)




Original Peperkamp stickered rims on Dura Ace hubs






And of course nice open fork ends

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Wonderful find, @pullup!
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Let me contribute to this topic as well, with a nice Gazelle Champion Mondial from 2017 as a tribute to Gazelle 125 years. Mine is built with a Shimano Ultegra 6800 groupset and the frame is the Reynolds 853.


And a very nice Gazelle Team from 1995 that has a full Shimano Dura Ace 7400/7410 groupset.


And finally a project on the go, a Gazelle Special from 1996. It is currently being repainted and rechromed after the whole seat tube had to be replaced because of a rotten stuck seatpost. This frame will also get a Dura Ace 7400/7410 groupset. It has a lot of history to it, that is why some money is spent on making her look as new.
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Let me contribute to this topic as well, with a nice Gazelle Champion Mondial from 2017 as a tribute to Gazelle 125 years. Mine is built with a Shimano Ultegra 6800 groupset and the frame is the Reynolds 853.
Nice! Weren't those made by Herman Braun?
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Nice! Weren't those made by Herman Braun?
I was wondering about the builder.

Extremely pretty by the way
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I actually have no idea where the frame has been built. I know somewhere in Europe, but this question was asked the day all the CM125 customers were invited to the Gazelle factory in Dieren to collect their framesets. But no one had a clear answer to this.
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I actually have no idea where the frame has been built. I know somewhere in Europe, but this question was asked the day all the CM125 customers were invited to the Gazelle factory in Dieren to collect their framesets. But no one had a clear answer to this.
The frames were built by Colossi in Shenzhen, China. A company started and owned by Dutchman Jan Kole.
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The frames were built by Colossi in Shenzhen, China. A company started and owned by Dutchman Jan Kole.
Thanks. BTW, I've found the source on which my previous post was based, and it seems that my memory was a little fuzzy. Gazelle did ask Braun for a proposal to build them, but that did not lead to an agreement, so Gazelle went elsewhere. Nice to know where "elsewhere" is.
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Japanese frame, Dutch assembled, sold in Germany, ridden in Arizona.

1989 Koga Miyata Randonneur Extra

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My repainted, rebuilt, repurposed Gazelle Opa-fiets or primeur.
Built with SS hook type time and Sturmey-Archer drum brake hubs, Dyno front and 5 speed rear. Waiting on decals and fenders. Have a nice Brooks B67 coming.
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Batavus criterium 1986

My mid-80's Criterium; "set-up" for road/cross riding (means I put on bigger tires, 30mm, that's all!). Usually with QR rear fender for the wet days. Front derailleur/shift lever removed; manual shifting if using small ring; rare for Florida. Bike is essentially original from new, except brakes and crank set, saddle.
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I've been spamming the English 3-speed forum as well. Time to post some pictures here too.
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That is one cool bike!



Not two? He! That would be like thinking MiloFrance has only two Peugeots. Okay, I plead guilty to being a bit US-centric.

Please tell us about Bontekoe. I plead guilty to not knowing very much.
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No, not two ....

While we're on the subject: this is one of my latest finds, a 1968 Gazelle 'Race', from the days before they were called Champion Mondial (Harm Ottenbros had yet to become World Champion). Repainted and rebranded as a Bontekoe.

Are you sure this a Gazelle Race? Doesn't look like it, to me that is. Unless it's a kid (youth) racer.

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Old 08-12-19, 04:52 PM
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This is a 1969 Gazelle Race.

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Old 08-13-19, 12:52 AM
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DRV Cycle.
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DRV Cycle.
Cool bicycle, made by Dirk Visbeek from Krommenie, Noord Holland.
Do you know from what year this one is?
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I know, it's a pretty special bike. I started a thread about it here: DRV Cycle. I'm guessing it's from 1990 since it has serial number DV2 (Dirk Visbroek 2).
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I know, it's a pretty special bike. I started a thread about it here: DRV Cycle. I'm guessing it's from 1990 since it has serial number DV2 (Dirk Visbroek 2).
This is my DRV, the Poggio. Full Campa Veloce
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(Dirk Visbroek 2).
It's Dirk Visbeek.
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Oops you're right, I'll try to edit & correct my post. Gorgeous bike!
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Are you sure this a Gazelle Race? Doesn't look like it, to me that is. Unless it's a kid (youth) racer.
No, I am not. I am confident that it's a 1968 Gazelle, however. Check out this thread for more info on this bike.
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Unknown Dutch frame

Found a very old dutch bike frame with the following words printed on the emblem:

RJWIELHANDEL P.AANDEWIEL - ADMIRAL DE RUITERWEG 112

Any assistance in identifying this bike will be much appreciated.

Thanks
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Found a very old dutch bike frame with the following words printed on the emblem:

RJWIELHANDEL P.AANDEWIEL - ADMIRAL DE RUITERWEG 112

Any assistance in identifying this bike will be much appreciated.

Thanks
Piet Aandewiel was a reputable Amsterdam builder. I think there's one somewhere on this forum, probably even in this thread. I'll see if I can find it.

Meanwhile, any chance of a picture?
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Originally Posted by non-fixie View Post
Piet Aandewiel was a reputable Amsterdam builder. I think there's one somewhere on this forum, probably even in this thread. I'll see if I can find it.

Meanwhile, any chance of a picture?
Tried but not allowed until I post at least 10 times?

Many thanks for your help!
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Tried but not allowed until I post at least 10 times?

Many thanks for your help!
That's correct, alas. Apparently an anti-spam measure. I do hope your post count will go up a little faster than before, or I'll have to wait another twenty years ...

Anyway, I found the other Aandwiel: it is here, courtesy of @Woutervanwijk:

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