19th July 2015 ()
This Vintage Mead Ranger is a Arch Bar / Truss Frame Bike built by Arnold Schwinn in the late 1920s or early 1930s. This Arch Bar Bicycle originally came with wood wheels and single tubes, but has our New Lux Low Built 28″ wheels and Schwalbe tires. This Bike is a Great Patina restored Wood Wheel era Bicycle and with the New Wheels that Rides like a Dream.
13th June 2015 ()
his Vintage Mead Ranger is a tall frame Motorbike Bike built by Arnold Schwinn in the late 1920s or early 1930s. This Cool Extra large Bicycle originally came with wood wheels and single tubes, but has our New Lux Low Built 28″ wheels and Schwalbe tires. This Bike is a Great Patina restored Wood Wheel era Bicycle and with the New Wheels that Rides like a Dream.
27th May 2015 ()
The Racycle is Miami Cycle’s Top of the Line Bicycle and the Pacemaker was the best of best of the Racycle line. Although this Pacemaker was the top of the line, it is well used and has evolved into quite an old boy telling a story of its many years of service. The Hanger Mechanism is the New improved Hanger offered in 1911 and the bike is from 1912. Bike is restored as Found to Preserve it’s Story of an Old Track Racer, although is not Catalog Correct, it’s a Amazing Old Rare Bicycle of the Time!
01st December 2014 ()
This Vintage 1935 Elgin Falcon prewar bike was made by Columbia / Westfield manufacturing for the Sears department stores. The Falcon was one of Elgin’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 Falcon has a streamlined automobile type Twin-bar frame, a hanging tool box tank, rugged rear carrier, deluxe bucket saddle, crossed braced handle bars, rear drop stand, light, speedometer, and siren.
23rd October 2014 ()
Vintage Columbia Archbar / Truss Bridge Bicycle made by Pope / Westfield Manufacturing. Columbia’s Description in 1921 was “The Columbia Archbar is another Westfield product made up to the same exacting requirements and quality standards that have made Columbia bicycles universally preferred and accepted as “Standard of the World”. Note the famous Columbia roadster type two-piece crank hanger and other important details of up-to-the minute equipment. The extra truss bar not only adds to the attractiveness of the mount, but gives additional strength where bending or fracture is likely to occur.”