Romeo sports moped.
A little Harley–Davidson.
A fan-cooled Puch displayed against the wall.
A Favor Moto Légère B dating from the mid-1920s—possibly brought back into use just after World War 2 we deduce from the 1947 registration number.
A Cyrus F75 Transport moped.
Sparta 3V Sport priced at €750.
1959 Batavus G50 Toerist for €1,150.
Three NSUs: a Fox and two Quicklys.
Moto Morini ZetaZeta.
A Bianchi Mobylette, made in Italy under licence from Motobécane.
A Colibri, made in 1920 or thereabouts, and for sale a €4,250.
This Serwa cyclemotor is on a Terrot bicycle and it dates from 1949. The Serwa is a four-stroke engine and has a two-speed transmission, achieved by tilting the engine forward or back to bring one of two pulleys in contact with the dummy belt rim. €2,450 was the price.
A Monet–Goyon dating from immediately after World War 1.
A VéloFlandria, Designed to compete with the VéloSoleX.
A Garelli Sport…
…and another Garelli Sport.
A Famel Yuppie; this Portugese moped is powered by a Zündapp engine.
MV Agusta sports moped.
Strida folding bicycle.
This Adler bicycle has a three-speed gear built into the bottom bracket; does that make it worth the €890 asking price?
Moto Guzzi Zigolo.
A Peripoli Giulietta mini-bike.
Moto Graziella: €550.
A bigger Peripoli Giulietta—can’t quite remember how much this was, €850 perhaps.
Honda P50. It looks complete with all the parts that usually go missing.
A pair of Mosquitoes.
A pair of Peugeot 102s.
Jlo-engined Batavus: €750.
Ducson S12 Especial. Can’t tell the price but, presumably, it was reasonable, as it had already sold.
€1,150 would buy this Gazelle Isabella.
Benelli mini bike.
A BSA Beagle, and what’s that behind it?.
Yes, an Ariel Pixie.
An IWL Troll.
Berini cyclemotor on a Straaljager tandem: €1,250.
An early safety bicycle .