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Can anyone tell me what I have here? Jaekel touring bike?

Old 06-03-11, 04:07 PM
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Can anyone tell me what I have here? Jaekel touring bike?

I've loved fooling around, flipping, and finding old bikes in the last 2 years. Once in a while I keep 'em. I gave it a little love and I'm keeping it...but what is it? It sure rides nice.





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looks awesome.
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this is a new one for me:


i wonder if that was drilled after the fact.
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yes, it was. Somebody didn't know about shift lever boss mounted cable stops
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sziemke, A quick i'net search shows it looks to German, but little other than that. No touring bikes on their website.

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