Labor, 1908, racing bicycle

Labor, racing bicycle, 1908, France

Labor is a well-known French company. In the early years of 1900 it built bicycles with the typical horizontal-tube frame.

A Labor bicycle was used by Romolo Rocca, a racing cyclist from Rovigo that raced in the first decade of the 20th century. The bicycle he used was bought in the Gilardoni company in Padua.


Technical notes:

  • Racing handlebar
  • FINI saddle
  • Fixed gear
  • Labor typical frame with curved strenghening tube



Marque: Labor
Year of production: 1908
Type: racing bicycle
Nation: France
Name: Labor
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