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1964 Kreidler Florett 'Bromfiets'

1964 Kreidler Florett in De Kameleon ontvoerd, Movie made for TV, 2006 IMDB

Class: Bikes, Moped — Model origin: DE — Made for: NL

1964 Kreidler Florett 'Bromfiets'

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Comments about this vehicle

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garco NL

2007-09-25 21:17

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[Image: vlcsnap40530lj2.6033.jpg]

Gooney87 NL

2007-09-26 21:36

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Kreidler Florett, late '60s?

Ingo DE

2007-09-26 23:04

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Yes, you can see the "Florett"-sign on the tank.

Ralph DE

2007-11-14 00:43

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http://www.jmpb.nl/klantenfotos/kreidlermartin02.jpg

DynaMike NL

2007-11-14 00:49

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'Bromfietsen' is the Dutch plural for mopeds, 'bromfiets' is the singular. It means: bicycle that makes a buzzing or grumbling noise, buzzbike. But it's just a word, not a name. Mofa is the German word for bromfiets.

atom SE

2007-11-14 01:18

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Moped is a swedish word witch is short for Motor + Pedals

Ralph DE

2007-11-14 17:42

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I was thinking Bromfietsen are Pommes frites :)

In Germany:
Mofa -> Motor + Fahrrad (bicycle), (50ccm, 25km/h)
Moped -> Motor + Pedale 40km/h (now i think it is 50km/h)
Mokick -> Motor + Kickstarter (50ccm, 40Km/h, two-seater)
Kleinkraftrad (50cc, no limit)
Leichtkraftrad (80cc, 80km/h)
Kraftrad (Bike) (no limit)

-- Last edit: 2009-12-09 11:49:57

chris40 UK

2007-11-14 20:47

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[quote=Ralph]I was thinking Bromfietsen are Pommes frites :)[quote]

It is not generally known that the Dutch run their bromfietsen on mayonnaise ...
[:rofl] [:thumbs]



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Alexander DE

2007-11-16 16:49

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Is this a version which was specifically made for The Netherlands? The nickname alone does not justify a 'Made for: NL' label.

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I have removed the comb-effect from the original image and replaced it.

DynaMike NL

2007-11-16 17:17

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The yellow plate on the front was used on all bromfietsen (bikes with an engine upto 50 cc) and I think it was like that only in Holland. But still, I don't think 'bromfiets' should be mentioned, since we don't put 'car' to all cars or 'bus' to all buses ;)

Ralph DE

2007-11-16 18:33

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Alexander wrote Is this a version which was specifically made for The Netherlands? ....


Bei Kreidler lassen sich die Auslandsmodelle (NL, F) oft an anderen Farbkombinationen gut unterscheiden. Die hier auf der Seite zu sehende 'bromfiets' hatte Tretkurbeln, die die deutsche Florett nie hatte.


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DynaMike NL

2007-11-16 19:30

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Auch das war typisch für alle niederländische 'bromfietsen', da sie als Fahrrad mit hilfsmotor gesehen wurden. Auch wenn der Motor ausfiel, mußte man das rad immer noch verwenden können, als Fahrrad.

Alexander DE

2007-11-16 19:54

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Danke für die Info, Ralph und Mike! :)

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