Is This World’s Most Stupid Hercules?
As you probably appreciate from some of the pages here, I like bicycle auxiliary engines. They represent a time when folks needed a little extra oomph on their bicycles because their cycles were their main form of transport.
However, postwar cycle attachment engines were elegant affairs. What has happened here I dread to speculate.
For a marque that had its name on the first postwar cyclemotor, this is a long way to fall.
The photos come from an ad on American ebay. The machine itself is bad enough, but when you read the description I think you might agree that it gives new depth to the word bullshit.