Estonian bicycles.  Since the late 19th century until the mid-1930s there was a lot of  small bicycle producers in Estonia who assembled bicycles using imported parts. Since the 2nd half of 1930s until the WWII there was additionally five bigger bicycle manufacturers in Estonia.  During the Soviet time there was no bicycle production in Estonia.

German bicycles. There was a lot of German bicyles in Estonia between the end of 19th century and  WWII. Immediately after WWII (until 1953) here in Estonia was sold a lot of war reparation bicycles made in Germany.

Swedish bicycles. There was some Swedish bicycles already in Estonia during 1920s. The mass-importing of Swedish bicycles took place during the 2ndf half of 1930s (until WWII).

English bicycles. There was a lot of English bicycles in Estonia during 1920-30s, but many of them were assemled in Estonia using only british-made details.

Soviet bicycles. Here in Estonia were some Soviet bicycles alread before WWII.  But the era between 1944 and late 1980s (the Soviet era) was the mass-usage era of Soviet bicycles - there bicycles were only type of bicycles which were sold in Estonis during these decades.

Youth and kid's bicycles. Until 1960s the kid's bicycles were quite simple - usually without pneumatic tyres and chain transmission. During the 1960-80s there appeared a lot of new (more modern) types of youth and kid's bicycles in Soviet Union (inc. Estonia)

Special-purpose bicycles. During 1920-30s here in Estonia were spread a lot of different cargo bicycles. Additionally to this,  in 1930s was used also a lot of railway bicycles (both for a wide gauge 1524 and narrow-gauge 750 mm railways).

Motorised bicycles. Although here in Estonia were some motorised bicycles already in 1920-30s (before WWII), the mass spread of motorised bicycles began in 1957, when in Leningrad (nowadays name St. Petersbourg) started to produce the dependable and succesful D4 engines.