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The Swiss Army Bicycle (also known as - militärvelo - militärfahrrad - militaervelo - velo militaire), officially the M0-5 and later the Mo-93, was utilized by the Swiss Army from 1905 until the mid-1990s.

The Swiss Army Bicycle (also known as - militärvelo - militärfahrrad - militaervelo - velo militaire), officially the M0-5 and later the Mo-93, was utilized by the Swiss Army from 1905 until the mid-1990s.

requesting all of my future bikes to have a knot in them. Yeah! Cause every time you have to stop and get off your seat to wait for the light or whatever, you really need to land on a huge metal knot. That's not gonna hurt one little bit. No. Not al all.

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