Regarding bumping ads in the classifed forums, we've just installed a new (customized) add-on that will change the way ads are bumped to the top. Please refer to the post "Bumping Classifed Ads" for details.
We recently uncovered this bike in my mother in laws garage. She says it belonged to her grandmother and it's stamped 1898. Anybody have any info on this type of bicycle? Pricing or otherwise? Any help would be VERY much appreciated.
This is a very original bike. Sports a 24" seat tube, is missing one toe clip and an end cap on one grip. Beautiful hand detail work on the frame, with a few chips and blemishes in the original black paint. 1896 patent date on the Garford saddle, which is missing pieces of leather and one nut...
I'm not sure what badge I need exactly but I figured it was worth putting a thread out there.
If anyone has a TOC Featherstone badge please let me know so I can check hole spacing to my frame.
The past Sunday was the first time Graceland cemetery was open for bicycles to roll through .... found a few cycling names buried there .....Featherstone ..the man who brought the pneumatic to America ...and Spaulding who had his own line and stores ...but was able to bring Overman...