Category Archives: Middleweight Bicycles
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New to the site want to say hi to everyone I got this bike in a trade. 50s Monark Skyliner need info what year? It has a horn which is missing and a working headlight. The bike has the wrong … Continue reading
This is a great example of a transition-bike. During the mid to late 1950′s when manufacturers were switching from primarily offering balloon tire bikes, to those with narrower middleweight tires, they often changed nothing more than the width of the … Continue reading
Talk about a rare bike! Have you ever seen one of these? The design is entire unique. Double bar frame with an aluminum decorative “console” cover is the first thing that pops out. But then look at the rear carrier. … Continue reading
Not a traditional color or treatment, but the style remains classic. Started with a crusty bike that badly needed restoration. Candy gold and pearl white fenders, hand pinstriped. Custom leather saddle with tool bag, grips, and headlight top it off. … Continue reading
The photo below shows a photo of Ben Bowden with his prototype bicycle called the Bowden Classic¹ during the Britain Can Make It show. It was made of aluminum and utilized shaft-drive¹ instead of the typical chain-drive. Futuristic in style, it looked entirely … Continue reading