Tuesday, November 22, 2011

A Bike in a Horse (Patent, 1892)

VeloHorse Patent, 1892
A "VeloHorse" patent from 1892

The oddest claim is that this is a "useful improvement" to bicycle design.
My invention relates to certain new and useful improvements in velocipedes. The object of the invention is mainly, to conceal the motive power gearing of a velocipede having its body constracted in imitation of an animal, preferably a horse or pony, and further to provide a simple, cheap and durable carrying frame of the character named, and to the accomplishment of the above the invention consists of certain novel parts and in certain novel combinations of parts as will be fully set forth and claimed . . .

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