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Lot No. 89


BREEZER / Beamer


BREEZER / Beamer - Bicycles from the embacher-collection

DATE: 1992
COUNTRY: USA
WEIGHT: 11,6 KG / 25,52 LB
FRAME HEIGHT: ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT
GEARS: 3 x 7, SHIMANO DEORE XT
CONDITION: 2
- the Softride Suspension Systems by Mike and Jim Allsop was first presented in 1989
- won first prize there
- in 1991 the first mountain bike based on the Allsops idea was built - Mountain bike legend Joe Breeze added front suspension
- The Beamer was the first mountain bike with a complete suspension system to win the Downhill World Championships in 1992
- frame below the transverse spring elements was made from steel
- the number of this Beamer is H30020214

THIS BIKE APPEARS IN
- Smart Move - Cyclepedia - A Tour of Iconic Bicycle Designs - Cyclepedia - Application

NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINESSELECTION
- Time Magazine Mai 13

EXHIBITIONS
- Portland Art Museum 2013 - Design Museum Holon 2013

RELATED BOOKS
- Fifty Bicycles that Changed the World - Design Museum London - A. Sarling, D. Sudjic, A. Stetter 2013

Condition report
Paintwork and general information:
good condition, some traces of use

Gears:
very clean

Tubes /Tyres:
slightly porous

Saddle:
carbon saddle

Frame:
good condition

© Embacher-Collection, Photo: Bernhard Angerer

19.05.2015 - 18:00

Realized price: **
EUR 3,500.-
Starting bid:
EUR 1,400.-

BREEZER / Beamer


DATE: 1992
COUNTRY: USA
WEIGHT: 11,6 KG / 25,52 LB
FRAME HEIGHT: ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT
GEARS: 3 x 7, SHIMANO DEORE XT
CONDITION: 2
- the Softride Suspension Systems by Mike and Jim Allsop was first presented in 1989
- won first prize there
- in 1991 the first mountain bike based on the Allsops idea was built - Mountain bike legend Joe Breeze added front suspension
- The Beamer was the first mountain bike with a complete suspension system to win the Downhill World Championships in 1992
- frame below the transverse spring elements was made from steel
- the number of this Beamer is H30020214

THIS BIKE APPEARS IN
- Smart Move - Cyclepedia - A Tour of Iconic Bicycle Designs - Cyclepedia - Application

NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINESSELECTION
- Time Magazine Mai 13

EXHIBITIONS
- Portland Art Museum 2013 - Design Museum Holon 2013

RELATED BOOKS
- Fifty Bicycles that Changed the World - Design Museum London - A. Sarling, D. Sudjic, A. Stetter 2013

Condition report
Paintwork and general information:
good condition, some traces of use

Gears:
very clean

Tubes /Tyres:
slightly porous

Saddle:
carbon saddle

Frame:
good condition

© Embacher-Collection, Photo: Bernhard Angerer


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Auction: Bicycles from the embacher-collection
Date: 19.05.2015 - 18:00
Location: Vienna | Palais Dorotheum
Exhibition: 09.05. - 19.05.2015


** Purchase price incl. charges and taxes

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