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.
23rd November 2012 ()
This Amazing 1939 Hawthorne Zep Ballooner Bike was the Ward’s Top of the Line Best Quality Bike. This Deluxe Bike was made by H.P. Snyder “aka Rollfast” for the Wards Department Stores, and this Particular 39 Zep Model appeared and was offered in in 1939 only. This Rare Gem is considered a Crown Jewel to Collectors given its Beauty and Rarity you can easily see why. The 39 Zep has Deluxe and Unique Twin Bar styling
20th May 2012 ()
The Mad Deibo will have you seeing red with a twist on our most popular recycled Vintage Schwinn Bike. Turn heads, ride in comfort and feel good doing it with this Rat Rod restored Bicycle. The Deibo is one of our most popular Vintage Classic bikes. Original Vintage Schwinn Quality rebuilt with a Cool Clean Hot Rod Look. The Deibo Rolls Smooth, Rides effortlessly and reflect a time where Quality was key and Bike s were made in the USA.
16th April 2012 ()
This old 1941 Hawthorne Comet Cruiser Bike has seen some serious action, acquiring paint, scratches, scrapes, scars and when I found this beast I knew it was a 911 Lux Low call to bring her back to life. The Comet was one of Ward’s Hawthorne Upper Line Bikes and this particular one was made by H.P. Snyder “aka Rollfast” for Wards Department Stores.