A proletariat era symbol gets a modern makeover as a nostalgic nation warms up to its iconic bike brand

In communist Romania, almost every child had a Pegas bicycle. In a country cut off from the outside world, the state-owned company’s distinctive bikes were all people knew. However, with the violent end of Nicolae Ceaușescu’s reign in 1989, all that changed.

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