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1894 Antique Sterling Safety Bicycle. Built Like a Watch. $3950

29th July 2016 (No Comments)

1894 Antique Sterling Safety Bicycle. Built Like a Watch. $3950

The Sterling was 19th century American fixed gear safety bike, made by Sterling Bicycle Co. aka “Sterling Cycle Works”. The Sterling has incredible craftsmanship and was known and sold as the Bicycle “Built like a watch”. Sterling Cycle Works manufactured bicycles from 1894 to 1898 at its factory in Chicago, Illinois. In 1899 Sterling move to Kenosha, Wisconsin and the company was sold later that year.

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Antique Mead Ranger Tall Frame 28″ Motorbike Cruiser Bicycle $1400

13th June 2015 (No Comments)

Antique Mead Ranger Tall Frame 28″ Motorbike Cruiser Bicycle $1400

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.

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Antique Schwinn Built Mead Ranger Arch Bar Cruiser Bicycle

19th July 1929 (No Comments)

Antique Schwinn Built Mead Ranger Arch Bar Cruiser Bicycle

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.

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Antique 1920s Wards Hawthorne Flyer Wood Wheel MotorBike

19th April 1920 (No Comments)

Antique 1920s Wards Hawthorne Flyer Wood Wheel MotorBike

Mid 1920s Mead made Hawthorne Flyer Bicycle in Excellent Condition. This Beautiful Motorbike has high pressure tires & cad covered wood rims, all original parts in great working order, Amazing enough she could be ridden daily. Hawthorne was the brand name of bikes sold at Montgomery Wards Department Stores.

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1914 Crown Great Western Manufacturing Wood Wheel Bicycle

24th March 1914 (No Comments)

1914 Crown Great Western Manufacturing Wood Wheel Bicycle

1914 Antique Crown wood wheel Bike made by the Great Western Manufacturing Company La Porte, Indiana U.S.A.. This Old Crown bike has a Wonderful Unique Ornamental frame that’s Beauty stands out compared to other plainer diamond frames of the time. Great Western Manufacturing Company was formed in 1898 as the result of a merger between four other cycle companies: David Bradley, J. Lonn & Sons, Adams-Westlake Companies of Chicago and the Crown Bicycle Works of La Porte. It Was Quoted that the Great Western Company was second largest in the country, being eclipsed only by the American Bicycle Company.

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