File:Amfibiefiets Amphibious bicycle.jpg

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Nationaal Archief / Spaarnestad Photo / Fotograaf onbekend, SFA002005344.

De Cyclomer, een fiets die op land en op water kan rijden met een belasting van maximaal 120 kilo. Parijs, 1932.

Amphibious bike 'Cyclomer'. Paris, 1932.

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