30th January 2017 ()
Beautiful Antique Lovell “Diamond” Hard Tire Safety Bike. The Bicycle was manufactured by Iver Johnson for John P. Lovell Arms Co. Sporting Goods Line. Eventually over Time Lovell Diamond became the name of the Bicycle line, but this Bike was actually called a Lovell “Diamond” Model #1. The Model 1 was a Men’s Safety with hard Tires. This Lovell Diamond is a Top Notch Perfectly Restored and Preserved Quality Hard Tire Safety Bicycle.
13th June 2016 ()
Seldom seen Red Iver Johnson Arch Bar Fixed Gear Road Racer Bicycle from the early 1930s. Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works, famous for there iconic Truss Bridge Bicycles and Fire Arms, were built in Fitchburg Massachusetts from the late 1890s till they closed their doors in the 1940s. Iver Johnson Bicycles are amazing machines with gun smithing quality and detail. Iver Johnson’s are unique with proprietary parts like no other, this ads to there value and rarity.
08th November 1941 ()
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.
01st June 1941 ()
The Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Model 76m or Streamline Deluxe Mobike is a Unique double Arch bar Ballooner bike. This Antique Fat tire Cruiser has Unique Iver Fenders with inset rear Reflector, Cross Braced Handle Bars, Deluxe Saddle, Truss fork, and Drop Stand. The 1941 Iver Johnson Streamline Deluxe Mobike Mobike, as with many other 1941 bikes, was Unique Design that would not reappear after World War 2, when bicycle manufacturing resumed. This Gem is Lux Low Patina Restored, Ready for Show or to be Ridden Daily.
24th November 1927 ()
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.