Restored By Tom Hudak in 2004. Won Best of Show and Best of 1930’s at the 2004 Ann Arbor Bicycle Meet. Entry submitted by: THudak
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This is my 1933 Schwinn B10E Motorbike restored by Tim Brandt of San Diego CA. Entry submitted by: vintage2wheel
The first balloon tired bicycle was introduced by Schwinn in 1933. This example is an un-restored survivor, with the horn and headlight intact. It’s badged as an Excelsior.
This is my 1933 Schwinn B 1/2E short frame. It features Delta battery canister and headlight, stainless steel fenders and a winged “Motorbike” decals adorn the toolbox tank. Entry submitted by: vintage2wheel
The Schwinn Aerocycle was the first streamline designed bicycle to be introduced by Schwinn, and arguably the first streamline bicycle in the USA. The tank fully enclosed the frame tubing for a clean look....
A beautiful older restoration, still in immaculate condition. Original parts except for the tires and grips. Entry Submitted by Evan Penny
This months “Bicycle of the Month” is Andy McCulla’s 1935 Schwinn Aerocycle. This may very well be the nicest original unrestored Aerocycle on the planet. Almost as good as the day it rolled off...
Completely restored in Mead Brown and Tan, all chromework done by Bob Barnes of Vernes Chrome in SoCal, I did the paint. Entry Submitted by Aaron Thomas