04th December 2013 ()
This Lovely Duo is a 1898 Mens and a 1899 Ladies Iver Johnson Wood Wheel Pneumatic Safety Bicycles. These Wonderfully Preserved Gems are some of Iver’s first self badged Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Bicycles built in Fitchburg Mass. The Iver Quality and Detail on these bicycles is quite exquisite, with jewelry type detail, actually Gun Smith Quality. The bikes are consecutive years yet have different design reflecting changing innovation of the early Iver Johnson Bicycles.
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.
15th September 2013 ()
This Vintage 1935 Columbia Superb Prewar Bicycle was Columbia / Westfield’s own offering of the more common Elgin Black Hawk. The Columbia Superb Twinbar Airider had Columbia’s own Deluxe 3/16″ Large Regular Chain and Keyed Columbia Sprocket Drive. The Twinbar was one of Columbia’s first fat tire cruiser bikes, boasting a smooth soft balloon tire ride, and motorcycle styling. As you can see, the styling on this antique ballooner bike is unmatched. The Columbia Superb Twinbar Airider has a streamlined automobile type Twin-bar frame, a hanging tool box tank, rugged rear carrier, stainless steel fenders, truss fork, Chain guard, deluxe bucket saddle, crossed braced handle bars, and rear drop stand.
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.