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This great photograph was found on Shorpy.com, but it’s so cool I had to repost it here for your enjoyment! It shows the dealership of H.A. Testard, who sold Bicycles and Automobiles. This was taken in the 1910′s in New … Continue reading
This was a frame, badge, fork, and large Wheel i bought on Ebay hoping to piece together with later (really any) Columbia parts I could find when unbelievably another early Standard Highwheel shows up at our local monthly meet in … Continue reading
Vedette (Pattern No 15) A ca 1894 Men’s Safety Bicycle with Fixed ‘Swept Down’ Racing Handlebars. In original Ruby Red Paint with Stenciling, Rat Trap Pedals, Wooden Wheels, Seat and Block Chain. Cotter Pin Crank Set with 6″ Sprocket Contemporary … Continue reading
This “safety” bike was named the Century because it was built 400 years after Columbus discovered America. It came with a 30 inch front wheel and a 28 inch rear wheel. It has pneumatic tires, which were the newest in … Continue reading