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1900s Simmons Arch Bar Fixed Gear Vintage Racer Bicycle

05th August 1916 (No Comments)

1900s Simmons Arch Bar Fixed Gear Vintage Racer Bicycle

This is an Antique Early 1900s EC Simmons Westminster Arch Bar Fixed Gear Racer. The Bike was made by Colson Bicycle Co. (of Elyria, Ohio) for Simmons Hardware Co. USA. The Bike is is an early 1900s arch bar frame with a Lux Low Patina restore.

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Antique Iver Johnson Truss Bar Fixed Gear Track Racing Bike

03rd October 1915 (No Comments)

Antique Iver Johnson Truss Bar Fixed Gear Track Racing Bike

Vintage Iver Johnson Arch Bar Fixie Bicycle from the Early 1900s. The Arch Bar or Truss Frame gained Iver Johnson much strength notability, and was marketed with the slogan ” Trust the Truss “. Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Fitchburg Massachusetts was originally a gunsmith who started business around the time of the civil war.

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Antique Pierce Arrow Street Racer Wood Wheel Track Bicycle

24th November 1914 (No Comments)

Antique Pierce Arrow Street Racer Wood Wheel Track Bicycle

This Vintage Pierce Street Racer Bike was made by The Pierce Cycle Company in Buffalo, New York somewhere in 1906 to 1916. The George N. Pierce Company started manufacturing bicycles in 1891 and later produced Motorcycles and the Pierce Arrow Automobile. The Pierce Arrow name also made it to quite a few Pierce Bicycles. Pierce was a well respected name, back in the day, producing quality bicycles with out a inflated price. Pierce Cycles are highly collectible because of their Unique and Superior Construction, Widely considered the upper echelon of Antique Bicycles.

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Antique 1900 Spalding Chainless Fixed Gear Wood Wheel Bike

05th December 1900 (No Comments)

Antique 1900 Spalding Chainless Fixed Gear Wood Wheel Bike

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.

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Early 1900s Antique Arch Bar Fixed Gear Track Racer Bicycle

11th June 1900 (No Comments)

Early 1900s Antique Arch Bar Fixed Gear Track Racer Bicycle

This Turn of the Century Arch Bar Fixie Racer is a pimp custom vintage cruiser ready to ride daily in style. The bike is a Lux Low blend of new and old that produces a smooth retro racer that will turn heads.

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