14th June 2013 ()
This Vintage Schwinn B-6 Post war Autocycle is undoubtedly one of my Favorite Antique Bikes. The Incredible Schwinn Style and Quality are unmatched by any other Bicycle makers of the time. You may find an Antique bike more Unique or Rare, but not better. This Beautiful Maroon 1948 Schwinn B-6 is the first Truss Rod B-6 I have Restored and I prefer the Rigid Ride to the Deluxe Springer Optioned B-6 Bicycle. This Schwinn B-6 can and is Ridding Daily in Style and Comfort, She was Build to say in the Stable, but is welcome to join yours.
13th June 2013 ()
This 1934-1935 Schwinn Lincoln B-9 Motorbike is one of Schwinns earliest offerings to the Ballooner Bicycle or Fattire Period ( 26″x2.125″ Tires). The Schwinn B-9 Motorbike is a step down from the top of line Schwinn B-10 MotorBike that had more features. The B-9 can easily be considered what started the Balloon Tire Craze that is commonly Know today as FatTire Cruisers. This Schwinn B-9 is badged Lincoln for the Chicago Cycle Supply Chicago IL. This Schwinn B-9 Motorbike is Lux Low Restored and ready for daily Use, Rides Great, Smooth and Effortless with Style, Beauty, and Schwinn Quality.
13th April 2013 ()
Beautiful Early Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Bicycle built in Fitchburg Massachusetts with one of the First New Departure Coaster Brake Hubs. The first Iver Johnson Bicycles were made for Lovell Diamond and Sold as Iver Johnson Sporting Goods Lovell Diamond Bicycles Boston Mass. This Wonderfully Preserved Gem appears to be one of Iver’s first self badged Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Bicycle built in Fitchburg Mass. in 1898. This Bicycle wore Iver Johnson’s own Badge and was marketed solely as a Iver Johnson Bicycle. This Early Iver Could be considered Safety or Early post Safety Era.
06th March 2013 ()
1935 Vintage Elgin Motor Bike, Also Known as an Elgin Oriole, Built by H.P. Snyder (Aka Rollfast) for the Sears Departments Stores. This Vintage Bicycle is one of the First Ballooner Bicycles. She is a Full Size Men’s Bicycle with 26″x2.125″ Balloon Tires, a Fantastic Rusty Ratty Patina, and is Rebuilt with Original Parts.
24th February 2013 ()
This 1954 Ladies Varsity is a Beautiful Early Schwinn Lightweight Touring Bicycle. Typically when you think of Schwinn Varsity you think of the mass amounts of Varsitys produced in the 1970s, this Gem definitely comes from a Different Era. Classic Blue, Cream, and Red Paint, with a Sturmey Archer 3 Speed, Hand Brakes, Touring Saddle, Lightweight wheels, and Fenders.