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Category:  Shifters
Name:  ZZR-Romet
Brand:  ZZR-Romet
Years:  Mid 1960's - Mid 1970's
Weight:  75 grams (Actual),
together with the cable
Added By: groman on 11/08/19
Updated By: groman on 11/08/19
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Lever MaterialAluminum  
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The shifter was produced by a Polish bicycle manufacturer. From 1948 to 1971 the factory was called Zjednoczone Zaklady Rowerowe (ZZR, in English United Bicycle Works) and had its headquarters in the Bydgoszcz town. The name of the factory changed over time:
1948–1971 Zjednoczone Zaklady Rowerowe (ZZR), (United Bicycle Worka)
1971–1974 Zaklady Rowerowe ROMET (Bicycle Works ROMET)
1974–1991 Zaklady Rowerowe PREDOM-ROMET (Bicycle Works PREDOM-ROMET)
1991–2005 Zaklady Rowerowe ROMET Spólka Akcyjna (Bicycle Works ROMET Joint Stock Company)
In 2005, Zaklady Rowerowe ROMET Spólka Akcyjna ceased to exist.
In 2006, the ARKUS & ROMET GROUP took over the rights to the ROMET trademark.

ARKUS & ROMET GROUP manufactures a wide range of bikes from kids to road bikes as well as mopeds, scooters and motorbikes.
THE pictures show my NOS shifter.

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