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1900s Antique Reading Standard Roadster Wood Wheel Bicycle

10th July 1906 (No Comments)

1900s Antique Reading Standard Roadster Wood Wheel Bicycle

Early 1900s Antique Reading Standard Roadster Wood Wheel Bicycle. This old bike was made by the Reading Standard Company, Reading Pennsylvania at around 1906 to 1910. The Reading Standard Company Manufactured Bicycles and then motorcycles in to the Teens ( The Motorcycle Boom ). This Antique Bicycle is Patina restored as found and it’s Beauty Tells a story of it’s Time.

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Antique 1904 Pierce Cushion Frame Chainless Wood Wheel Bike

11th September 1904 (No Comments)

Antique 1904 Pierce Cushion Frame Chainless Wood Wheel Bike

The Pierce Shaft Drive Cushioner Frame Pneumatic Safety Bicycle with Suspension Fork was the Pinnacle of innovation and boasted a Smooth Vibrationless Ride. 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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1900s Antique Lake View Cycle Company Wood Wheel Bike

11th March 1903 (No Comments)

1900s Antique Lake View Cycle Company Wood Wheel Bike

Early 1900s Antique Lake View Cycle Company Wood Wheel Bike. The Lovely Badge may be the only story to tell “Lake View Cycle Company 3255 N. Clark St. Chicago” After much research I found nothing, not even in the Wheelman lists. I Believe this LVC Bike to be a made from early 1900′s to around 1918 and most likely a small bike Manufacture in Chicago surviving the down turn in the bicycle industry after the Gay 1890s Bicycle Boom. Chicago was home to many small Manufactures in the early 1900s as well as Larger Arnold Schwinn & Co.

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Antique 1901 Cleveland A-1 Roadster Racer Wood Wheel Bicycle

07th September 1901 (No Comments)

Antique 1901 Cleveland A-1 Roadster Racer Wood Wheel Bicycle

This Old Cleveland A-1 Racer / Light Roadster Roadster has seen some use but still survives today. Cleveland Bicycles was founded by H.A.Lozier had a Deep History with Safety Bicycles. Lozier & Co. was a large Bicycle manufacturer producing Quality Bicycles out of Multiple Factories. This 1901 A-1 Cleveland Bicycle was Produced under the ABC Umbrella. 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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1900 Pope Columbia Model 65 Fixed Gear Shaft Drive Bicycle

25th December 1900 (No Comments)

1900 Pope Columbia Model 65 Fixed Gear Shaft Drive Bicycle

This Vintage Fixed Gear Wood Wheel Shaft Drive Bike was made by Pope Manufacturing in the year 1900 and was known as a Columbia Model 65. Now coming out of the Gay 1890s Bicycle Boom, Pope and a Few other Manufactures were hedging bets on the Chainless or Shaft Drive Bicycle to be the next best Innovation to boost sales. Although the Chainless Bike was in production for many years, the many small parts and Chainless issues proved to be far greater hassle than the basic chain, that is still used today. Columbia’s Shaft drive first appeared in 1898 and were Manufactured into the 1920s.

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