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Name:Fongers Headbadge
Brand:Fongers
Country:Netherlands
Years:1960's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights, Utility / Internal Geared
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An old Dutch marque, Fongers was founded in 18761 and production of bicycles began in 1884.  Production appears to have ended in the late 1960s. 
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Name:Francis Pelissier Headbadge
Brand:Francis Pelissier
Country:France
Years:1940's; 1950's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights, Cruisers / Middleweights
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Name:FRED DEAN Head Badge from [Unknown Model]
Brand:FRED DEAN
Country:England
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Added from Frame Example for Model: FRED DEAN (Road Race)
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Name:Frejus Torino - Mod. Tour de France
Brand:Frejus
Country:Italy
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Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:Frejus Headbadge
Brand:Frejus
Country:Italy
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Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:Frejus Headbadge
Brand:Frejus
Country:Italy
Years:1940's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:Freschi Head Badge from
Brand:Freschi
Country:Italy
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Name:Fucot
Brand:Fucot
Country:Austria
Years:1970's; 1980's
Found On:Track / Fixed Gear
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Fucot custom handbuilt track frame, year circa 70's or 80's. Made in St. Pölten, Austria, built with Zeus Pista dropouts, out of extremely lightweight Columbus tubes. Original silver glow paint.
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Name:Fuji Feather
Brand:Fuji
Country:Japan
Years:1970's
Found On:Track / Fixed Gear
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Name:Fuji Headbadge
Brand:Fuji
Country:Japan
Years:1970's; 1980's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:Fuso - metal attached badge
Brand:Fuso
Country:United States
Years:1980's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Fuso bicycle by Dave Moulton.
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Name:Gait Rigter Headbadge
Brand:Gait Rigter
Country:Netherlands
Years:1980's
Found On:Utility / Internal Geared
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Gait Rigter, located in the east of the Netherlands has its own line of bicycles, manufacturer unknown. 
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Name:Garlatti
Brand:Garlatti
Country:Italy
Years:1970's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Garlatti of Parma, Italy, the company that also is known for producing the lower level Riviera frames for Cinelli.
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Name:Gary Fisher Headbadge
Brand:Gary Fisher
Country:Taiwan
Years:1990's
Found On:Other
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Name:Gazelle Head Badge
Brand:Gazelle
Country:Netherlands
Years:1960's; 1970's; 1980's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Dutch built Gazelle Head Badge.  Photoed is an example from an 80's Gazelle Champion Mondial.

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Name:Gazelle 'G' Head Badge
Brand:Gazelle
Country:Netherlands
Years:1970's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights, Utility / Internal Geared
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Name:Gazelle Gold Line (1990's)
Brand:Gazelle
Country:Netherlands
Years:1990's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Head badge from the Gazelle "Gold Line" series which is a special high end series of frames produced starting in the 1990's.  These were (and apparently still are) top end road racing Gazelle frames that are lighter than the standard Gazelle road frames.
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Name:Geoffery Butler Headbadge
Brand:Geoffery Butler
Country:England
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Name:George Longstaff Headbadge
Brand:George Longstaff
Country:England
Years:1980's; 1990's
Found On:Other
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Custom framebuilder highly regarded for tricycle and tandem trike frames.  Company started in 1982 in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Still in business although George himself died after suffering a heart attack while riding his tandem trike in 2003
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Name:Germaan Headbadge
Brand:Germaan
Country:Netherlands
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Found On:Utility / Internal Geared
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Germaan began making "motorfiets", lightweight motorcycles, and transport bicycles in 1935.  Like many small Dutch bicycle manufacturers such as Pheonix, Eroba, and Fongers, they were involved in multiple combinations and were eventually purchased by Batavus in 1970.  After this time the marque appears to have disappeared.  


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