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Vintage 1933 Colson Flyer 28″ Wood Wheel Motorbike Bicycle

29th November 1933 (No Comments)

Vintage 1933 Colson Flyer 28″ Wood Wheel Motorbike Bicycle

Cool Ol Colson Flyer Wood wheel Motorbike from the End of the wood wheel era and the beginning of the Colson Corporation. Colson roots tie back to the late 1890s and Colson Mfg. Co. actually became name in 1917 and carried through till 1933. This Colson Flyer is most Likely from 1933 and is one of the First offerings from the Colson Corp. 1933 -1953. Colson Corp. made Top Quality Bicycles that Rival Close Schwinn’s Superior Quality.

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Bad Ol Antique Triumph Excelsior Rat Rod Motorbike Bicycle

26th June 1928 (No Comments)

Bad Ol Antique Triumph Excelsior Rat Rod Motorbike Bicycle

This Vintage Triumph Motorbike Bicycle was made by Excelsior Manufacturing Company Michigan City Indiana and Rat Rodded by Lux Low. The Triumph Rat is a H P Snyder (Aka Rollfast) made Steel frame believed to be from 1926 to 1932. I Found this Excelsior Triumph as a Frame, Badge, Tank, Fork, Struts, & Headset, I noticed it’s Wonderful Patina and knew she was a Perfect Lux Low Candidate. The Carcass was missing the Fenders and wood wheels and I immediately knew it would make a wicked Rat Rod putting her back on the road in style.

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Antique Columbia Westfield Ladies Safety Bicycle

11th March 1920 (No Comments)

Antique Columbia Westfield Ladies Safety Bicycle

This is an Antique, Columbia, Westfield Ladies Safety Bicycle with a Nice Cad Metal Covered Wooden Rims. She’s an Elegant, Old, Bicycle, Restored as Found with Patina intact. From My Research, I Believe it to be a Columbia Westfield and maybe Considered a Safety Bicycle from early 1900′s to the early 1930′s. The Seat Tube Decal is Pope Westfield Mfg.

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1917 Antique Reading Standard Motorbike Wood Wheel Roadster

02nd September 1917 (No Comments)

1917 Antique Reading Standard Motorbike Wood Wheel Roadster

Antique Reading Standard Wood Wheel Bicycle made by Great Western Manufacturing Company of La Porte, Indiana around 1917. The Reading Standard started Manufacturing Bicycles in Reading Reading Pennsylvania at around 1906 to 1910, as the Bicycle industry suffered, companies were merged or bought to survive the hard times. Great Western Manufacturing Company acquired Reading Standard and was the second largest bicycle manufacturing company to survive the downturn, Second to Pope’s American Bicycle Company Trust (ABC). Great Western Manufacturing Company of La Porte, Indiana Produce some Amazing Bikes built with Quality.

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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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