Restored Schwinn built Mead Ranger Entry Submitted by Bill Triplett
Restored, wood wheels, olive green paint, nickle plating. Entry Submitted by Brian Kunzog Signature olive green paint was used on all Harley Davidson bicycle models. Notice the H.D. letters integrated into the sprocket design.
Late 20′s, early 30′s H.P. Snyder built Overland badged bicycle. Entry Submitted by Marc Pfisterer
Late 20′s, early 30′s Hawthorne flyer Entry Submitted by Marc Pfisterer
PAT. 1914 Lunch Box Drawer instead of lift lid. Entry Submitted by MORRIE TURNER
Advertisement for VIM bicycle tires from 1898. Entry Submitted by Dave Stromberger
Tricycles weren’t just for kids back in the 1880′s! Women and invalids were the target audience by makers of these machines. Entry Submitted by Dave Stromberger
Early use of gearing in a bicycle is evident in this Facile bicycle. Because of the gearing, it was possible to make the front wheel smaller while still allowing the rider to achieve some speed. Entry Submitted by Dave Stromberger
Always looking to add unusual and unique American headbadges to my collection. Please email Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org. – Gendron, Packard, Franklin and Diamond. Entry Submitted by Scott McCaskey
Rare Mesinger Superba saddle on this old machine! In the early teens, Indian motorcycles used a very similar seat. Entry Submitted by Dave Stromberger. Mesinger Superba saddle, similar to that used on 1913 Indian motorcycles.