Category Archives: Lightweight Bicycles
Showing results 11 - 20 of 40 for the category: Lightweight Bicycles.
This is a 1957 Norman manufactured Western Flyer. It’s been refurbished for reliability and includes a Sachs Torpedo Dreigang three speed, with a coaster brake, and new tires. I tried to keep with the original character of the bike and … Continue reading
This base model lightweight bicycle is typical of the bicycles sold in America during WW2. Lack of chrome plating in areas where it is usually seen was due to restrictions in manufacturing during the war. The chain guard on this … Continue reading
This is a bike I received in a donation. I”m curious to know anything about the Tokheim “transmission” setup and an approximate year? Thanks in advance.Entry Submitted by Mark Brownlee UPDATE: Info found on oldroads.com…. “The Tokheim was a five … Continue reading
This bike is an old Western FLyer. I was told by a lady it was from 1949 (actually 1960′s) but the frame seems too contemporary. It has its original Western Auto Tires from Kansas. the bike is a 3 speed … Continue reading
This is a 1974 26″ Schwinn ‘Speedster’ 3-speed I restored last month (May 2010). It was completely stripped, sanded, primed, painted and – after the correct decals were affixed – it was clear-coated. I used approximately 90% of the original … Continue reading
I bought this bicycle from a friend of mine’s grandfather. bicycle was hanging in a barn,this bicycle is inmaculate condition for it’s year’s. I put 14 hour of cleaning and dissambly of bike to get it to this condition. overall … Continue reading