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The Armory Factory in Radom - the biggest armory manufacturer in prewar Poland - launched bicycle production in 1929. From 1929 to 1939 the factory manufatured 18 types of bicycles: ladies, gents, youth, touristic, sport and military bikes. In some of them innovative gear system was used, known as "Cyclo". Bicycles were sold under "Łucznik" ("the Archer") and "Łucznik Extra" names. They were mostly black, but paying more you could order the bicycle in one of six colors. One of most interesting Radom bicycles was "XX" type launched in 1935, designed for the army. The prices, according to 1936 catalog, were from 127 zloty for a youth bike to 176 zloty for a bicycle with "Cyclo" gear system, and military bicycles with rifle fittings were priced 211 zloty. They did run their bicycle shop in Warsaw at Krakowskie Przedmieście 11. Based on article from

[img] Łucznik military bicycles. Photo from

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