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Sustainable bicycles made of stainless steel!

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Let's face it: I have a weakness for stainless steel bikes!

Maybe because they do not loose any paint when used; after all, they are not painted with colour. One time dust off and 'pling' and they look like new again!

Perhaps also because I accompany these bicycles as a second if not third, 'owner generation'. They are simply indestructible!

Or perhaps because these bicycles belong to the last generation of bicycles that welcomed the beginnings of the fast-paced computer age in the 1980s and at the same time said farewell at the same time to the good old workmanship.

And at that time cost one 600,- Mark! And the newspaper delivery brought only 15,- Mark in the week. Already that was far from enough to cover the enormous demand for Coke and Carrera* racing cars. And that's why such a Original Nirosta* bike of the german bicycle factory "Kynast*" for me, little Petersen, well, was unaffordable.

Sustainable bicycles made in Germany:

And nowadays they are simply thrown away or left on the side of the road! So driven to tears I spared no expense and effort and collected more than fifty copies from every corner of the German Republic. After that I disassembled them completely and carefully into their components . Enriched with the best components that were produced in the last 100 years, I forged them into highest quality ever!

Let's not fool ourselves , only the frames, rims, mudguards and luggage racks (all made of chrome nickel steel) remained; even the forks I had to sacrifice to recycling, because I've installed V-Brakes for your safety, which requires the appropriate brake sockets. Circuit, tires and lighting system have been replaced by extremely durable newer products.

And as a coronation was then still an original bell with the symbol of Hamburg or the "water carrier" of the company "Brinkmann" screwed *. Simply fantastic and heroic are the properties of this on planet probably unique accumulation of high quality rental bicycles (currently over 50 pieces), which is why I have used in naming the models, short hand, from the name repertoire of the Nibelungenliedes.

In order to give you and future generations a glimpse of this unique stainless steel blacksmith work 'Made in Germany', I have stored the wheels in liquid nitrogen at a secret location in the Port of Hamburg without any regard for economic considerations and whose power supply is provided by the tapped main line of a reputed power company, probably without the knowledge of the same.

Anyway, I have the wheels for hire; for a ridiculous price including cheap presentation (€ 2, - per bike!). Conditions. And you can request these bicycles to the City tours too!

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