1960s Oscar Egg Junior Mixte Bicycle

1960s Oscar Egg Junior Mixte Bicycle







Oscar Egg was a famous Swiss racing cyclist who went on to build bicycles. He was very innovative and his machines were well-respected. The headstock pictured below, on one of his racing machines, has the Swiss emblem above the badge and the French tricoleur below.




Oscar Egg was born on March 2, 1890 in Switzerland, and died on February 9, 1961. He became a professional racer in 1912 and, in 1914, won the Paris-Tours Classic. His one-hour distance record of 44.247 km on 18th June 1914 stood for a further 19 years.

In fact, Egg’s record was not broken by a racing bicycle, but by a recumbent designed by Charles Mochet.

To read more about Charles Mochet, PLEASE CLICK HERE









I recently owned a 1948 Oscar Egg Cycelmotor fitted with a Ducati Cucciolo T2 engine. To see more,







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