Hiawatha Shawnee 20″ bike barn find. Looks to be 1950’s, but with updated ape-hanger handlebars and seat from the late 60’s or 70’s. The 20×2.125 whitewall tires are a rare site!
This 1950’s balloon tire Hiawatha Meteor bicycle was a mid-range priced model sold at Gambles Hardware stores. While it does not feature a springer fork or chromed fenders, it still does offer a tank,...
Here, a teenage boy adjusts the handlebar stem on a brand new 1960 Hiawatha bike. This Hiawatha was built by AMF Cycle Co. [click thumbnail for full size image]
All steel original Shelby Airflow in the process of a restoration. The arrow in the background. Entry Submitted by Chris Montoya
1938 Hiawatha Arrow restored by previous owner. This photo was taken in San Francisco looking out at the Bay Bridge. Entry Submitted by Chris Montoya
1938 Shelby Hiawatha, bought the bike back in August of 2010. The color combo is awesome. Its fantastic to ride. Entry Submitted by Mark Wheatley
Christmas 1958. Gambles Hiawatha “Seneca”, made by AMF.Entry Submitted by Tommy Dyle Identification provided by Leon Dixon, National Bicycle History Archive of America
Nice original example of an uncommon, hugely “Deco” influenced Shelby-built Hiawatha “No Nose” with rare fork-mounted Travelog speedometerEntry Submitted by Aaron Thomas
Restored Hiawatha. Believe to be 1958 Entry Submitted by Dave Stewart
This beautifully restored Hiawatha Arrow, manufactured by the Shelby Cycle Co., wears a unique pumpkin orange and cream paint job, pinstriped in black. Looks fantastic! Entry Submitted by John Simpson