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First off, let me just say that I had remembered hearing about dad’s bike when I was a kid. It was hard for me to grasp the concept of a bicycle having all of the things dad told us about … Continue reading
The Western Flyer X-53 Super was the top of the line bicycle sold through the Western Auto store chain which does not exist today. This bicycle was built by Murray Ohio Mfg. Co. for Western Auto from 1953 to 1958 … 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
Here is an early orig. barn find Western Flyer with a perfect patina. I just rebuilt the ND coaster brake, and got it running today w/ some new tires. Rides so nice! I don’t have much info. on this bike … Continue reading
I don’t know much about this bike, I was hoping someone could help. My mother in law gave it to me. It belonged to her father. She thinks it may be from the late 20′s. Any help and info would … Continue reading
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