The Military Accelerator Particularly Recommended to Cavalry Officers c Cartoon showing a suggested use for the HobbyHorse or DandyHorse which was introduced into the British Isles in Invented by Baron von Drais in France in it was a forerunner of the bicycle The Dandy Horse had no pedals or brakes but was propelled by the rider pushing on the ground with his feet and dragging the feet to slow the machine It was introduced to England by Denis Johnson a coachmaker of Long Acre London who described it as a pedestrian curricle Johnson started a school where prospective purchasers could learn how to ride the machine and in fashionable London society was briefly gripped by a craze for riding a Dandy Horse
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