MIFA (Other)
Source: VeloBase User hongerklop
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Model: Unknown
Brand: MIFA
Category: Other
Years: Early 1980's - Mid 1980's
Country: East Germany/GDR
Production: Factory Production
Sold As: Complete Bicycle
Material: Steel
Construction: Lugged
Drivetrain: Single Speed (coaster hub)
Wheel Size: 700c
Added By: hongerklop on 04/27/13
Updated By: hongerklop on 04/29/13
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Primary Example:MIFA
Years:Early 1980's - Mid 1980'sSold As:Complete Bicycle
Bottom Bracket:English/ISO: 1.370 x 24Brake Mounting:back pedal
Lug Style:Brake Guides:
Fork Style:Curved BladesSeat Stays:
Fork Crown Style:Flat CrownMain Tubing:
Rear Dropouts:Color(s):
Additional Resources
Resources:Reference & Charts
Brand Information(click to expand)
MIFA had recognized the high advertising value of cycling at an early stage and became active despite the high expenditure required for this: from 1924, MIFA maintained a very successful racing team and was in strong competition with Diamant and Opel in particular. In 1925, the swiss Heiri Suter won the Grand Prix Wolber, the precursor of the UCI Road World Championship, on a MIFA bike. From then on, MIFA's best racing bike was called the "championship model". In the post-war years, the racing bike models were more likely to be built by Diamant, the MIFA- bikes could best be described as sports bikes. From the 2000s, racing bikes were again sold under the MIFA logo.
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