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Steampunk Style Cycling Union


Steampunk Style Cycling Union

Come join us to celebrate Steampunk touring in style.  We will talk about cycling fashion, bicycle maintenance, and all different kinds of pedal powered contraptions. Long live pedal power! Its good for fashion.  It's good for your health and its good for the planet.

Location: Western Washington and the World
Members: 70
Latest Activity: May 2

My name is Cherries Jubilee and I ride a bike.

Discussion Forum

Share your bicycle!

Started by SouthernGothic. Last reply by SouthernGothic Apr 19. 4 Replies

It matters not how steampunk your everyday steed is.  What is your bicycle?  What is the story behind it?  Is it daily transport or weekend warrior?Here is mine.  It is a 1970 Raleigh DL-1.   Rod…Continue

Clockwork Bicycle

Started by Dr. Mungojerry Grindlebone. Last reply by Dr. Mungojerry Grindlebone Mar 27. 3 Replies

Anyone have any additional information on devices such as these?  This is about as steampunk as is possible without running a boiler....Continue

Tags: bicycle, clockwork

Bicycle Soliders of the 2nd Boer War

Started by Dr. Jameson B Westering II Dec 5, 2014. 0 Replies

During the second Boer War (1899 - 1902), fought in Southern Africa between the British Empire and the South African Republic and the Orange Free State, previously independent states that came into…Continue

Interesting Bicycling Couple,

Started by Lady Estelle T. Barada Nov 13, 2014. 0 Replies

Mrs Chrisman makes all of her own clothes to fit a Victorian-era shape, rides a 100-year-old penny farthing bicycle with her husband, Gabriel (pictured), and cooks with the guide of 19th century…Continue

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Comment by Felix Cartagena on May 2, 2015 at 5:46pm

But wait, there's more....... I made a windshield for my bike. It protects me at high speed, adds class, and looks sharp!

Comment by Ryan Grimm on April 18, 2015 at 4:22am

Beautiful bike!  WANT!

Comment by Felix Cartagena on April 17, 2015 at 6:24pm

SG- Thank you kind Sir for your words of appreciation. My motto- "I don't go fast, I go with class". 

Comment by SouthernGothic on April 17, 2015 at 3:09am

Felix Cartagena, that is one of the smartest looking, modern bicycles I have had the pleasure of seeing.

Comment by Felix Cartagena on March 23, 2015 at 6:50pm

Link for Ebay Store below does not work- Try-


Comment by Felix Cartagena on March 23, 2015 at 6:45pm
There is a purveyor of 19th and 20th century bicycles and wheeled vehicles on the UK Ebay who provides many antique bicycles and very complete histories to boot. Check our his Ebay store-
Although not a bicycle, he currently has a Victorian pram (baby carriage) for sale which is amazing. He also provides a concise history of baby carriages. See it on his Ebay Store page above.
Comment by Miss Cherries Jubilee on March 23, 2015 at 6:15pm

Oh my goodness, Mr. Felix, your wheel is simply splendid!

Comment by Felix Cartagena on March 21, 2015 at 5:50pm

The TREK Lime gets revamped again. Removed the rack to better show the wood fenders. Replaced the headlight/horn combo with a 1 Watt LED Repop light. Installed a large ding-dong bell on the seat post that is cable actuated from the handle bar. Mounted a 1950's Delta Red Guard Tail-Light (Model A-2246).

Comment by Paul Wilson on March 16, 2015 at 3:21pm

Greetings Gentlefolk from across the pond! As a cycle mechanic myself with coming up to 30 years experience i couldn't possibly miss an opportunity to join such a wonderful group as this! :) 

Comment by Dr. Jameson B Westering II on March 10, 2015 at 9:29pm

RIDE ON THE STURGIS HOME TRAINER The most startling thing of its kind ever invented. You simply put your own wheel [bicycle] on, mount, and ride straight ahead, just as you would on path or track. No fastening or support of any kind. Very little noise. Rollers are connected, and power is transmitted by chain; steel bearings; rollers are adjustable to resistance.

An indoor trainer from 1896.  Had no idea these things were that old!


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