Category Archives: Bicycle Parts
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Hub parts catalog pages for New Departure hubs, circa 1936. These hubs were produced essentially un-changed all the way into the 1950′s. New Departure Model D and Model A rear coaster brake hubs and parts. New Departure model W and … Continue reading
These Torrington handlebars provided a storage compartment for batteries to run a headlight on bicycles that did not come with a “tank”. A Delta switch to operate the light was located at the right end of the compartment. This set … Continue reading
These Carryflectors, also known as “handlebar ducks” were made to be installed on the handlebars of the bicycle and provided a place for the rider to hang something such as his newspaper bag. They were made in Portland Oregon by … Continue reading
Collection of restored bicycle head badges. Restoration by Dave at Dave’s Vintage Bicycles – www.nostalgic.net. Upper left – Gambles Hiawatha. Upper Right – Packard, used by Colson. Lower Left and middle – Lafrance and Airflyte, used by Huffman in the … Continue reading
The Delta Electric Company in Marion Indiana produced bicycle accessories for many years. Their most popular product product was headlights. Most bicycle manufacturers chose Delta head lights and tail lights as original equipment on their deluxe bicycles. Some bicycles, such … Continue reading