Old bike new display


The Bicycle Museum of America Assistant Ryan Long, of Wapakoneta, talks, on Friday, Feb. 12, about the 1965 Moulton Stowaway Folding Bike that he recently put on display at The Bicycle Museum of America. The bike was developed by Dr. Alex Moulton in 1962. Moulton’s F-frame folding bicycle was eventually copied by the Raleigh bike company causing some friction between the company and Moulton. The Bicycle Museum of America, located in New Bremen, is currently open for business.

The Bicycle Museum of America Assistant Ryan Long, of Wapakoneta, talks, on Friday, Feb. 12, about the 1965 Moulton Stowaway Folding Bike that he recently put on display at The Bicycle Museum of America. The bike was developed by Dr. Alex Moulton in 1962. Moulton’s F-frame folding bicycle was eventually copied by the Raleigh bike company causing some friction between the company and Moulton. The Bicycle Museum of America, located in New Bremen, is currently open for business.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Bicycle Museum of America Assistant Ryan Long, of Wapakoneta, talks, on Friday, Feb. 12, about the 1965 Moulton Stowaway Folding Bike that he recently put on display at The Bicycle Museum of America. The bike was developed by Dr. Alex Moulton in 1962. Moulton’s F-frame folding bicycle was eventually copied by the Raleigh bike company causing some friction between the company and Moulton. The Bicycle Museum of America, located in New Bremen, is currently open for business.

The Bicycle Museum of America Assistant Ryan Long, of Wapakoneta, talks, on Friday, Feb. 12, about the 1965 Moulton Stowaway Folding Bike that he recently put on display at The Bicycle Museum of America. The bike was developed by Dr. Alex Moulton in 1962. Moulton’s F-frame folding bicycle was eventually copied by the Raleigh bike company causing some friction between the company and Moulton. The Bicycle Museum of America, located in New Bremen, is currently open for business.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/02/web1_SDN021321OldBike.jpgThe Bicycle Museum of America Assistant Ryan Long, of Wapakoneta, talks, on Friday, Feb. 12, about the 1965 Moulton Stowaway Folding Bike that he recently put on display at The Bicycle Museum of America. The bike was developed by Dr. Alex Moulton in 1962. Moulton’s F-frame folding bicycle was eventually copied by the Raleigh bike company causing some friction between the company and Moulton. The Bicycle Museum of America, located in New Bremen, is currently open for business. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News