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Antique 1893 TOC Elliot Hickory Wood Wheel Safety Bicycle $2900

09th August 2022 (No Comments)

Antique 1893 TOC Elliot Hickory Wood Wheel Safety Bicycle $2900

1893-1994 Turn of the Century Hickory Wood Wheel Safety Bicycle built by Hickory Wheel Works Framingham, Massachusetts. The Hickory designed by inventor Sterling Elliot and known as Elliot Hickory Bicycles on the earlier models boasted the Strength and Durability of Hickory Wood, Strong yet Resilient to use. The Hickory is a Quality Nickel Plated Safety Bicycle with Unique Design and Iconic Wagon Wheel Fixed Gear Wheels and Pneumatic Tires.

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Antique 1892 TOC Featherstone Duke Scorcher Safety Bicycle $2800

02nd August 2022 (No Comments)

Antique 1892 TOC Featherstone Duke Scorcher Safety Bicycle $2800

This 1892 Featherstone Duke is a nice example of an early Turn of the Century Scorcher Safety Bicycle. The Duke is a Fixed Gear Safety Bicycle made by A. Featherstone & Company who made High Quality Bicycles out of Chicago, Illinois USA. Scorcher Safety Bicycles had unique look with long head tube and progressive sloped top tube. The Scorcher frame was only used for a few years in the beginning of the seen safety bicycle era. This Duke Scorcher has a 30″ front wheel and 28″ rear wheel with Deluxe Features of Fenders and Pneumatic Tires.

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Antique 1900 TOC Geneva Racer Fixed Gear Wood Wheel Bicycle $1700

26th July 2022 (No Comments)

Antique 1900 TOC Geneva Racer Fixed Gear Wood Wheel Bicycle $1700

Vintage Turn of the Century ABC Geneva Fixed Gear Racer Bicycle made in Geneva, Ohio. The Geneva is a Quality Bicycle with it’s own unique parts and design, like the hanger and 2 piece cranks, a Fine example of early small company manufactured bikes. This Geneva is part of Pope’s American Bicycle Company Trust but still Remains all Geneva. As Later bikes can be convoluted and a mix of parts.

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Hubba Hubba Eye Candy Lux Low Vintage & Antique Bicycle Hubs

20th April 2015 (No Comments)

Hubba Hubba Eye Candy Lux Low Vintage & Antique Bicycle Hubs

Bicycle Hubs are the Hearts of your Wheels and We are constantly rebuilding and restoring Vintage Bike Hubs for use on our Lux Low Wheels and Bicycles. The argument can be made that not much has changed with bicycle hubs, still an axle, bearings, and a shell and most of the Greater Innovations have been braking and multiple Speeds. The Earliest Rear Hubs were Fixed Gear and crude Decelerators were added to Fixed hubs around 1896. The First True Coaster brakes showed up around 1898. I would say the innovation of the coaster brake was the largest contribution to the Bicycle hub through time, although other inventors would surely have an argument for that.

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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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