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1920′s Iver Johnson Truss Bridge Track Road Racer Bicycle

13th May 1920 (No Comments)

1920′s Iver Johnson Truss Bridge Track Road Racer Bicycle

This Vintage Iver Johnson Arch bar model 90 Road Racer Bike is a road worthy version of the Iver’s Special Racer Track Bicycle. This Drop Bar Model 90 was intended for street use and featured Iver’s strengthened Truss frame, which Iver’s commonly know slogan was ” Trust the Truss “. This street worthy version of their racing models came with stronger equipment and a coaster brake for ease of use and durability for the common road rider.

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Antique 1920s Wards Hawthorne Flyer Wood Wheel MotorBike

19th April 1920 (No Comments)

Antique 1920s Wards Hawthorne Flyer Wood Wheel MotorBike

Mid 1920s Mead made Hawthorne Flyer Bicycle in Excellent Condition. This Beautiful Motorbike has high pressure tires & cad covered wood rims, all original parts in great working order, Amazing enough she could be ridden daily. Hawthorne was the brand name of bikes sold at Montgomery Wards Department Stores.

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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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Antique 1919 Simmons Hardware Autocycle Wood Wheel Bicycle

17th January 1919 (No Comments)

Antique 1919 Simmons Hardware Autocycle Wood Wheel Bicycle

This Vintage 1919 Autocycle Motorbike was the Top of the Line Bike offered from the E. C. Simmons Hardware Stores. Simmons Hardware was founded by Edward Campbell Simmons in the 1870s in St. Louis, Missouri and grew to a highly successful nationwide hardware chain. Simmons hardware flourished up until 1922 when it was acquired by Winchester Repeating Arms Still Badged Simmons and then acquired by Shapleigh Hardware Company in 1940 Most Likely no longer Simmons but Badged Shapleigh. Simmons Hardware offered few different Bike models and parts to go with them. Some Later Simmons Bicycles were made by Colson Corporation, but this early one remains a mystery, to the best of my knowledge it is made by Michigan City Excelsior. Simmons was a well trusted hardware store and sold a lot of bikes that are unique with quality construction.

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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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