ORIGINAL MAGAZINE AD FOR A 1936 MONARK SILVER KING “FLO-CYCLE.” THE FIRST YEAR FOR THE “FLO-CYCLE.” RADICAL IN DESIGN – ALUMINUM FRAME. VERY RARE AND SOUGHT-AFTER PREWAR BIKE! Entry Submitted by steve mc cann
Original 1936 magazine ad of the Silver King boys Deluxe M1 bike with art deco goose neck, and as shown on my 1936 M1 Silver King. Entry Submitted by steve mc cann
Copy of 1949-1950 schwinn “black phantom” sales brochure. note the “messinger deluxe b-1″ seat and the white wall “u.s. royal master casings,” which were issued for 1949 and 1950. Entry Submitted by steve mc cann
Brochure featuring Western Flyer bicycles. Western Flyer was the brand name for bicycles sold at Western Auto stores.
This ad from a 1932 Montgomery Ward catalog describes this bicycle as having “Balloon Tires”. They appear to be single-tube type tires like the common (at the time) 28″ tires, but they are 26″ and a larger diameter. This of … Continue reading