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Eastman

The Eastman Electro-Cycle was first built in 1899 in the USA.  It had a one passenger body which is believed to be the first all-steel body in the United States.  This body was attached to a tubular frame and had two large bicycle wheels to the rear and one at the front which was controlled by a very long tiller. 

The company ceased making the Electro-Cycle in 1902 but continued to make steel bodies for other manufacturers.

The 1899 Eastman Electro-Cycle. (My thanks go to Helena Belden for this photo spotted in the Scientific American of 1899.)

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