26th November 2013 ()
The Pierce Shaft Drive Cushioner Frame Pneumatic Safety Bicycle with Suspension Fork was the Pinnacle of innovation and boasted a Smooth Vibrationless Ride. The George N. Pierce Company started manufacturing bicycles in 1891 and later produced Motorcycles and the Pierce Arrow Automobile. The Pierce Arrow name also made it to quite a few Pierce Bicycles. Pierce was a well respected name, back in the day, producing quality bicycles with out a inflated price.
24th November 2013 ()
Vintage 1927 Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Mobicycle Bicycle built in Fitchburg Massachusetts. This Iver Mobicycle was a little hard to research because it was not pictured in the Catalogs. Iver Catalogs feature the smaller Mobicycle, where the top tube slopes down with the motorbike tubes getting smaller towards the head tube. This Iver Mobicycle does the opposite and gets bigger toward the head tube. The Bike is not shown but only listed as a Larger 20″ frame upgrade option. This Old Boy has metal covered wood wheels, truss fork, Unique Iver fenders, and Great Patina telling a story of many years of service.
17th November 2013 ()
This 1947 Aluminum Hex Tube Silver King Fat Tire Cruiser Bike ( made by Monark early postwar) is a Rare 26″ x 2.125″ full size adult Silver King bicycle. Most Silver Kings were 24″ Bicycles and tend to be too small for the Retro Riders, making this 26″ highly sought after. The Silver King is a Deco Aluminum Bicycle with Unique Look and Style stands apart from others. What Made The Silver King popular back in the day, can also be appreciated today.
16th November 2013 ()
Beautiful Early Ladies Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Bicycle built in Fitchburg Massachusetts. 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. The Bicycle has wood wheels, single tube tires, fixed gear hub, front Spoon Brake, Ornate Chainguard, and Wooden rear Fender with Skirt Guards. This Early Iver Could be considered Safety or Early post Safety Era.
08th November 2013 ()
The Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Super Mobike was Iver’s Top of the line Bike for 1941. This Antique Fattire Cruiser has all the Deluxe Features: Chrome Fenders & Zeppelin Chain Guard, Head Light, Tail Light, Cross Braced Handle Bars, Horn Tank with Horn, Deluxe Saddle & Pedals, Rack, Truss fork, and Drop Stand. The 1941 Iver Johnson Super Mobike, as with many other 1941 bikes, was Unique Design that would not reappear after World War 2, when bicycle manufacturing resumed.