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Triepad bicycle with Zündapp auxiliary engine. Zündapp began to produce engines for bicycles after WW2 and continued in 50s. Engine displacement was 49cc and power output was 1HP.

[thumb:img_14.jpg] Triepad Fahrradbau in Paderborn, Germany was established in 1924 to sell bicycles by mail order. Their bicycles were decorated with characteristic logo with three running hares, copied from the window of Paderborn cathedral church. They were sold all over Germany. In 50s and 60s the company run a shop at Westernstrasse in Paderborn.

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