Funiculo (four speed)
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Category:  Rear Derailleurs
Name:  Funiculo (four speed)
Brand:  Funiculo
Years:  1934 - ?
Country:  France
Added By: peterbman on 05/10/17
Updated By: peterbman on 05/10/17
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From Disraeli Gears: "Funiculo derailleurs were produced by Jacques-Gustave Schulz in La Garenne-Colombes, in Paris. Shulz fitted his derailleurs on his distinctive bicycles. The first Funiculo system, introduced in 1932 was a three speed system that was offered with a 16, 24, 40T freewheel. In 1934 this was improved to become a 4 speed system with a 16, 20, 28, 40T freewheel. The Funiculos were able to handle the huge 40 tooth sprocket due to their multi-pivot design..."
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