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A GIF and image of the studio pictures of Joe's BF Goodrich Excelsior cruiser, Breezer #1 (Series I Mark I), and Wende Cragg's Breezer #6 (Series I Mark II) that depict a mini evolution of the mountain bike. The image and GIF are comprised of Item…

Studio photo of Breezer #6. This was Wende Cragg's Breezer. The twin lateral, running from the head tube to the drop, is noticeable from the view point. The white background allows the shine of the nickel plated Breezer to come out. This picture is…

Larry Cragg’s Breezer at Tamarancho Boy Scout Camp, Fairfax, CA, March 1979. Grassy hills, looking towards San Geronimo. Good side view. Best shot of completely original Breezer. Good Springtime, green-grass Marin hills background too. (By. Joe…

Breezer #1 "standing in field, Crested Butte, CO, September 1979. Built by Joe Breeze in Mill Valley, CA, September 1977. Owned by Joe Breeze. Light blue frame. Static side view. At least 5 different bikes were shot at this site with the same…

A drawn blueprint of the second design Joe Breeze made of the Breezer Mountain Bike before he created it. It is dated to May 30, 1977. It was hand drawn by Joe. You can see the twin lateral that the Breezer Series 1 Mark 1 and 2 bikes have. Also…

Three Breezers at cabin in Mineral King, southern Sierra Nevada, Sequoia National Forest (now in Sequoia National Park), California, end of September 1978. (by Joe Breeze)

Nine Breezer frames lined up together just before taking them to be nickel plated. With Breeze’s own Breezer #1 that made ten frames with the conspicuous “twin laterals.” (by Joe Breeze)

By Joe Breeze: Wende Cragg holding two Breezers on a rare snowy day on Mt. Tamalpais, Early 1979. On Railroad Grade at Ridgecrest Blvd. Note the “No Bikes” sign. Railroad Grade was closed to bikes from 1979 to ?? [Orig. “FEB 79P9, #12”]
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