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Lux Low Winter 2015 Antique Bike Swapping & Social Road Trip

31st January 2015 (No Comments)

Lux Low Winter 2015 Antique Bike Swapping & Social Road Trip

It’s been a while since LuxLow has been on the road swapping and picking bikes, but with this years Cheap Gas Prices we had to take the show on the Road. Previously we had abandoned swaps due to High Gas Prices and the INTERWEBS and the Salty Swappers they Produce. Come on People, You can get value from ebay if you take out the 15% for fees, the 20% for your time listing and shipping, 5% for cash, and throw in another 5% for being Social and getting off your ass. We sell a ton on ebay. yet this is a good formula for local swap sales. Enough with the Rant, whether swaps are a dieing breed or not, they are fun, and my favorite shopping, bike people are characters and we are always amazed to see something we have never seen before. Good Times.

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Growing Old Together, His & Hers Iver Johnson Safety Bikes

04th December 1898 (No Comments)

Growing Old Together, His & Hers Iver Johnson Safety Bikes

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.

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1898 Antique Ladies Gendron Built Reliance Wood Wheel Bike

07th May 1898 (No Comments)

1898 Antique Ladies Gendron Built Reliance Wood Wheel Bike

Beautiful Early Ladies Reliance Model D built by the Gendron Wheel Company of Toledo, Ohio in 1898. The Gendron Wheel Company’s main production was wheels, producing wheels for bicycles, tricycles, invalid chairs, baby carriages, doll carriage, wagons, wheelbarrows, and toys. Gendron produced bicycles during the 1890s bicycle boom, then later on concentrated on rolling hospital equipment, and the name still exists in the market today. This Wonderfully Preserved Gem has wood wheels, single tube tires, fixed gear hub, Ornate Wood Chainguard, and Wooden rear Fender with Skirt Guards and Can be ridden Gingerly in all it’s Beauty.

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