Go Old School With The New Version of the Famous Penny Farthing Bike

Also called “ordinary” or “high” bicycle, Penny Farthing is an early model of bicycle that’s largely produced in the U.S. and England in the mid to late 19th century. The very first model is invented in 1871 by a British engineer named James Starley. This is the world’s first efficient bicycle with a small rear wheel and a large front wheel that pivots in a simple tubular frame. The pedals are directly mounted to the front wheel and its tires are made up of rubber. With this bicycle, people can get around cobblestone streets faster than walking.

If you want to go old school or you’re looking for a gift for your cyclist dad, an accurate replica of the full-size Penny Farthing bicycle is perfect. This replica comes with a 36 inches front wheel and 12 inches rear wheel to give you the classic elevated position that’s associated with such bikes. What sets these new versions apart from their predecessors are the modern safety standards any bike should have. Among such are anti-slip pedals, a brake on the rear wheel, and a spring suspension that will make your ride a bit smoother.

The new version of Penny Farthing bike comes with a frame that’s made up of durable steel. They are ideal for your relaxing bike rides every Sunday and for any event when you need to look unique in the group of cyclists. If you’re 16 years old or older, click here and get yourself a new version of the amazing Penny Farthing bike your ancestors have used many many years ago.

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