This quad machine for four riders was built in 1898.

Members of the "Pedersen Cycle Club" on the Raglan House track, about 1898.
L-R: (unknown), Mr. Rasmussen, Mr. Mellerup, and Austin Lister (son of R A Lister). Rider on single cycle unknown.

Weight 64lbs (29 kg) and able to support ? lbs. The machine was at least 80 lbs (36kg) lighter than similar contemporary machines. 
Source The Ingenious Mr. Pedersen.

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This tandem machine weighs 24lbs (11kg) and is able to support 24 stone (152kg). The picture shows Dagmar and Mikael Pedersen riding the tandem on the Raglan House track, about 1898.

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royal-1906

These machines came in 8 sizes.
Fully made to fit the length of your legs.
You could get it enamelled in green, black, claret.
With two hand rim brakes or back-pedalling coaster hub.
Price: In 1902 £23.10s (£23.50).
In 1905 the price had dropped to £16.16s (£16.80).

Source "The Ingenious Mr. Pedersen"

This Military and folding model is from 1901.

"1900, Dursley-Pedersen military bicycle: Michael Pedersen designed a folding military model of his famous bicycle for the British Army, in 1900. It had 24 inch wheels, and a low frame so a Soldier could put both feet on the ground while sitting on the saddle. It also had a rifle rack, folding forks, a hammock saddle, and weighed only 15 pounds, and could be carried on the back, and was used in the Boer War effectively. "

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This was quickly followed by a new design of gun and rifle carrier. Of all these "The field" in June gave account.

"For the sake of lightness and portability the experimental machine was built with a low frame and 24 ins. wheels, the seat being fixed farther back than usual. By a very simple device the frame can be disconnected (from the front fork) at the head in a few seconds for the purpose of carriage. Instead of attaching the rifle rigidly to the machine as is customary, it is carried in a vertical position in front on two light projecting arms which work against a spring, so that is a live instead of a dead weight. It can be detached in a moment and fired without dismounting, the lowness of the seat enabling the rider both feet on the ground. When the bicycle has to be carried it is disconnected and the front wheel with forks and, handlebar, secured by the side of the other by a single strap. And be carried on the back of a soldier."

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"Dursley-Pedersen military bicycle: Michael Pedersen designed a folding military model of his famous bicycle for the British Army, in 1900. It had 24 inch wheels, and a low frame so a Soldier could put both feet on the ground while sitting on the saddle. It also had a rifle rack, folding forks, a hammock saddle, and weighed only 15 pounds, and could be carried on the back, and was used in the Boer War effectively."

 Source: The Ingenious Mr. Pedersen

Dursley Pedersen, year unknown, ready for cricket!

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Source "The Ingenious Mr. Pedersen"


 

1905 catalogue, Sports Model

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From the 1911 W. Bush collection

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1906 - Source unknown

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Roadster, from the 1905 catalogue

Prices: £18.18s (£18.90).
In 1905 the price had dropped to £13.13s (£13.65).

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Original 1902, from the Mark Mattei collection.
Photo from Sothebys Auction Catalogue.

1902

At the beginning of 1899, a ladies model bicycle "with dropped frame suitable for riding with skirts" - as given in the cycle patent 1893. This machine came in 3 sizes.

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The Ladies 'Royal' Model


 Ladies Original - Year Unknown

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Source: The Ingenious Mr. Pedersen


Original About 1899 - The American Bicycle Museum.

Our Dursley-Pedersen is coated with a heavy (brush-painted) enamelled paint; therefore, no one can find the serial number. We are going to have it restored soon. When we purchased the bicycle, we were told it was an 1899. We purchased it through an auction house in Chicago.

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Gents Model - with Cowhorn handlebars.

An original from 1901-04. Size 4, serial no 969.

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An original, from 1901-04. Size 7, serial no 1014.

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