Rickert Headbadge
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Name: Rickert Headbadge
Brand: Rickert
Badge Type: Unknown
Frame Types: Vintage Lightweights
Track / Fixed Gear
Country: Germany
Years: 1960's; 1970's
Added By: fightfooter on 08/25/17
Updated By: fightfooter on 08/25/17
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Headbadge Information
The metal headbadge was used by Hugo Rickert in the 1960's, after it was not allowed for him to use the name RIC(-SUPER) anymore caused by a trademark conflict. You'll find the precursor headbadge by searching for 'RIC'. The metal foil headbadge was used in the 1970's, mostly also attached to the seattube. There was another one that was used in the period between them, a metal foil in form of a globe, very similar to the one you'll see if you look for RUFA.
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