Category Archives: Middleweight Bicycles
Showing results 91 - 100 of 121 for the category: Middleweight Bicycles.
Rare Columbia Fire-Arrow 2-speed middleweight. Candy red and white two-tone with chrome. Overal fair condition. A scarce bike, hard to find in good shape. This bike needs only minor work to be a good rider. Rear hub should be rebuilt. … Continue reading
This rare 1959 Western Flyer “Golden Flyer” marked the 50′th aniversary for the Western Auto Supply chain of stores. Notice the special gold textured fabric seat, dual head lamps, chrome tank, chrome fenders, whitwalls, tail light and spring fork. Very … Continue reading
The J.C. Higgins Flightliner bicycle was the top bike offered by Sears between 1958 and 1963. For the 1963 model year, Sears dropped the J.C. Higgins brand name from their bicycle line. The headlight and lens is missing from this … Continue reading
The bike of the month for January 2005 is this very nice original Huffy Radiobike (one word, not “Radio Bike”) owned by Alan Schmit. The mid 1950′s saw the introduction of candy apple paint jobs on bicycles along with middleweight … Continue reading
The Bicycle of the Month for May is Mike Spanglers 1960 Bowden Spacelander, featuring a fiberglass monocoque frame that allowed for very radical space-age styling. Benjamin Bowden designed this bike back in the 1940′s and even produced an all aluminum … Continue reading
Starting in the mid 1950′s manufacturers such as Monark started offering new middle-weight models to compete with other makers. Kids wanted these new middle-weight bicycles because they were easier to pedal and had a more modern appearance. Like other makers, … Continue reading