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Antique 1935 Columbia Superb Twinbar Airider Ballooner Bike

02nd April 1935 (No Comments)

Antique 1935 Columbia Superb Twinbar Airider Ballooner Bike

This Vintage 1935 Columbia Superb Prewar Bicycle was Columbia / Westfield’s own offering of the more common Elgin Black Hawk. The Columbia Superb Twinbar Airider had Columbia’s own Deluxe 3/16″ Large Regular Chain and Keyed Columbia Sprocket Drive. The Twinbar was one of Columbia’s first fat tire cruiser bikes, boasting a smooth soft balloon tire ride, and motorcycle styling. As you can see, the styling on this antique ballooner bike is unmatched. The Columbia Superb Twinbar Airider has a streamlined automobile type Twin-bar frame, a hanging tool box tank, rugged rear carrier, stainless steel fenders, truss fork, Chain guard, deluxe bucket saddle, crossed braced handle bars, and rear drop stand.

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1934-35 Schwinn Lincoln B-9 Motorbike Prewar Cruiser Bicycle

13th June 1934 (No Comments)

1934-35 Schwinn Lincoln B-9 Motorbike Prewar Cruiser Bicycle

This 1934-1935 Schwinn Lincoln B-9 Motorbike is one of Schwinns earliest offerings to the Ballooner Bicycle or Fattire Period ( 26″x2.125″ Tires). The Schwinn B-9 Motorbike is a step down from the top of line Schwinn B-10 MotorBike that had more features. The B-9 can easily be considered what started the Balloon Tire Craze that is commonly Know today as FatTire Cruisers. This Schwinn B-9 is badged Lincoln for the Chicago Cycle Supply Chicago IL. This Schwinn B-9 Motorbike is Lux Low Restored and ready for daily Use, Rides Great, Smooth and Effortless with Style, Beauty, and Schwinn Quality.

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Vintage 1920s Schwinn Built Hibbard Motobike Cruiser Bicycle

28th March 1922 (No Comments)

Vintage 1920s Schwinn Built Hibbard Motobike Cruiser Bicycle

This Hibbard bike is a Deluxe Motorbike that was made by Arnold Schwinn & Company for the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett, and Company Hardware Stores. H.S.B& Co. was from from Chicago Illinois and had a long history in hardware and bicycles, from the mid late 1800s up past the Second world war. H.S.B. & Co. was also known to developed the True Value Hardware line that still exists today. Early Schwinn are not very common and this one with a Historic Hardware background makes this bike quite a find.

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