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[img] Ebe, Swedish four stroke auxiliary engine dated 1917-1921. Mounted on Olympia bicycle of similar age.

K.G. Lindqvist from Gävle designed a four-stroke auxiliary engine for bicycles in 1917. 125cc EBE engines were produced from 1917 to 1929 in Åmål, Sweden. They had a good reputation and they are known to be bought by two princes of the regency in Sweden. In spite of this the company was fighting financial troubles. Ebe-Verken AB bankrupted in 1921, but in 1922 they started again with 175cc engine. When Great Depression came the company had closed again, this time for good.

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