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Antique 1912 Racycle Pacemaker Wood Wheel Track Racer Bike

27th May 1912 (No Comments)

Antique 1912 Racycle Pacemaker Wood Wheel Track Racer Bike

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!

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Antique 1911 Racycle Pacemaker Wood Wheel Bicycle with Spring Fork

23rd December 1911 (No Comments)

Antique 1911 Racycle Pacemaker Wood Wheel Bicycle with Spring Fork

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 Spring Fork was replaced 1907. This Older Spring fork was still and option on Miami Bikes following it’s Replacement and could be Native to the bike or an owners Touch. Bike is restored as Found to Preserve it’s Story, although is not Catalog Correct, it’s a Amazing Old Rare Bicycle of the Time!

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Antique 1911 Rambler Roadster Racer Wood Wheel Bicycle

02nd January 1911 (No Comments)

Antique 1911 Rambler Roadster Racer Wood Wheel Bicycle

This Old Rambler Racer / Boulevardier has seen some use but still survives today. The Rambler Brand Bicycle was first produced by “G&J ” Gormully & Jeffery Mfg. Co. who produced Quality Bicycles in the High Wheel and Safety Bicycle Eras. In 1900 Rambler bicycle Brand was sold and produced under the ABC Umbrella and Thomas P. Jeffery perused the making of the Rambler Automobile. The (ABC) American Bicycle Company was a trust or Bicycle Manufacturers that were grouped together to survive the Bicycle Industries Economic down turn coming out of the 1890s Bicycle Boom.

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1910 Iver Johnson Truss Bridge Roadster Track Bike

13th March 1910 (No Comments)

1910 Iver Johnson Truss Bridge Roadster Track Bike

This Vintage Fixed Gear Racing Bicycle was a modeled after Major Taylor’s own Track Bicycle. This Roadster featured light steel tubing and designs specified by Taylor himself, The Truss Bridge was added to the frame for durability for off track street use. This Frame gained Iver Johnson much strength notability, know as ” Trust the Truss “. Major Taylor is a Famous Black Racer out of the 1890′s, who endured racial criticism ( often banned from American races ), but still rose to the top of the racing ranks. Major Taylor’s racing career flourished in Europe ( where sportsmanship out weight racism ) in the early 1990s winning the majority of races he entered. Taylor’s Success and sponsorship by Iver Johnson greatly helped the success Iver Johnson Bicycles.

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Vintage Iver Johnson Diamond Frame Special Roadster Bicycle

30th October 1908 (No Comments)

Vintage Iver Johnson Diamond Frame Special Roadster Bicycle

Iver Johnson was famous for there Truss Bridge Frame But but were not limited to that. This 1908 Iver Johnson Special Roadster Bike is a fine example of Iver’s high end diamond frame bicycles that were built with Shelby steel tubing and new frame building techniques. The diamond frame boasted a lighter weight racer frame with comparable strength to the iconic truss bridge frame. This early Iver has unique Iver cranks and bottom bracket that were only used for a few years. The Diamond Frame Special Roadster may look kinda plain Jane but reflects the Craftsmanship and Beauty to be expected from Iver Johnson Bicycles.

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