If you can imagine riding cobblestones in the 1800’s on a rudimentary steel bicycle with wooden carriage wheels, then you’ll know how The Boneshaker Bicycle got its name. This University Bicycles Antique Collection Tee pays homage to the early pioneers and their “crazy” ideas that helped shape the bikes we ride today.
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The oldest bike in the collection! Also called a Velocipede meaning human powered land vehicle with two or more wheels. Coming from France and first manufactured by the Michaux company from 1867 to 1869, this marked a time of real interest in bicycles and was copied by many others. It fell out of favor after 1869 and was replaced in 1870 with a type of bicycle called "Ordinary," "High-wheel," or "Penny Farthing.
|Ox Blood/Red / X-Small||Boneshaker XS||18567|
|Ox Blood/Red / Medium||Boneshaker M||18571|