Antique 1900 Spalding Chainless Fixed Gear Wood Wheel Bike

Antique 1900 Spalding Chainless Fixed Gear Wood Wheel Bike

05th December 1900 (No Comments)

This Vintage Spalding Fixed Gear Shaft Drive is an Exquisite Turn of the Century Bicycle built at the Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A. Factory. Albert Goodwill Spalding began his sporting career as a Baseball pitcher and later founded A. G. Spalding & Brothers a sporting goods company. During the late 1880s and 1890s, A.G. Spalding produced several different bicycle models and sponsored a racing team to help advertise its cycles. In 1899 Spalding purchased the concerns of over 48 bicycle manufacturers, then sold them to the American Bicycle Company, forming a trust in an effort to reduce overhead and improve slumping sales. This Chainless Bicycle had Great Patina, Unique Spalding Colors and is Quality Machine from the year 1900.

This 1900 Mens Chainless Bicycle has been Lux Low Patina Restored and Totally Rebuilt. The bike has Spalding Swaged Straight Pull / Tangent laced Hubs that are rebuilt with original spokes to a Front 32 hole hub and rear 40 hole fixed gear rear hub. The Wood Rims are amazing originals with a Patina Finish with white reproduction 28″x1 1/2″ tires. The Badge and Bike is after 1899 which makes it a ABC American Bicycle Company Trust Bike. The Parts on the Bike are mostly Spalding although I feel there may be some ABC Trust Parts like the Handlebars and Stem. The Seat is a Period Correct and the pedals are a tad later vintage. The Bike is a 22″ Frame Model. This is an Amazing Turn of the Century Chainless Bicycle with Unique Components although completely rebuilt, I would say she is more of a show piece than 100 year old Rider.

This Amazing Bicycle is Rebuilt, Cleaned, and Sealed.  This Bicycle would Be Perfect for a Collection, Conversation , Riding, and Parading. Click here for Details of the Lux Low Vintage Patina Restoration Process on this Bike.

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