WE PRESENT FIVE RECORD BREAKERS FROM THE PEDAL PLANET EXHIBITION
The first pedal vehicles were made at the end of the 19th century from wood in the shape of a carriage, just like the first real cars.
The fully functional CHARIOT from Belgium will convince you that it is a sterling and well-made toy.
The PORSCHE 356 by the German manufacturer Gunske is undoubtedly one of the largest and heaviest pedal cars in history. This toy car was used in traffic education in German schools. Its production was financed by the Shell company.
The yellow piece exhibited in the Pedal Planet Prague museum is for visitors to take pictures
Paradoxically, the smallest piece in the Pedal Planet museum is a truck. The BEDFORD TRUCK was manufactured in the 1950s by the British company MoBo.
Bedford Vehicles was founded in 1931. In its heyday, it was the world's No.1 truck brand.
INDIAN SCOUT, made by an unknown producer from the United States of America is an item that came to the Prague’s Pedal Planet museum from the farthest distance.
This iconic pedal Indian was made 30 years after its masterpiece original motorcycle - in the 1950s.
The most complex toy car in the Pedal Planet collection is the AUTO UNION TYPE C , which was manufactured by Audi in 2007, in a limited series of 999 pieces (the item’s serial number is 100).
It is equipped, for example, with a seven-speed transmission and disc brakes. It is assembled of more than 900 parts!