This 1933 Colson Flyer is my daily driver! I change the original 28″ wood metal clad wheels to modern 700c rims laced with the original morrow coaster brake.
Mid 50′s Evans/Colson Interceptor 26″ middleweight with Bendix 2 speed rear and coaster style brake. Made in Plymouth Michigan. All original with longhorn steer handlebars, Troxel saddle, fender light, and all original paint.Entry Submitted by James Runkle
A very rare, top of the line Evans-Colson Firebird featuring Harley Earl styling, “Evanaction” front suspension, Sturmey-Archer 3-Speed hub, caliper brakes, jeweled bow type pedals, bumper guard around rear rack and fender and a unique stop-light system built into the … Continue reading
Here’s a wondeful 20″ balloon tire Evans-Colson Air Scout. Jet styling and all original down to the Evanair tires. What 7 year kid wouldn’t have loved to find this one under the Christmas tree?Entry Submitted by Scott McCaskey
Older restored Twin Cushioner.Riding on Mansfield Champion white wall tires.Has restored Torrington 11 pedals and Grilled horn tank.Rear carrier with taillight was part of the deluxe package. Entry Submitted by Bill Triplett
Restored Deluxe Hi-Lo with two speed transmission built in.Equipped with Pharis snake belly tires.Delta Nighthawk Headlight and battery can with toolbox built in.NOS Delta Rowdy horn,button and Defnder taillight on board.Nickel plated springs on a Troxel saddle was also part … Continue reading
Found in a basement in NY where it was stored since the 40′s, only missing the truss rods, which i assume were removed for the basket, this bike is completely original except for new innertubes. it had the original pink … Continue reading
One of the rarest bikes out there.This bike is an original(not reproduction) twin cushionair frame. It is an older restoration with great color scheme painted by Bob Strucel and still in beautiful condition. A spectacular prewar design.
An older restoration with paint by Bob Strucel, This bike is immaculate and sports steel clad wood rims, speedo and Delta horn.
All orig except the Magna aftermarket pedals which, although not repro’s, did not come with the bike. Persons ‘teardrop’ pedals would be correct for this bike. ‘Waterfall’ headbadge is also repro. Entry Submitted by marc poberejsky