American bicycle Co Pope

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Glenn Rhein

I live for the CABE
Picked up this very cool 1900 ? Bike. Has ball end spokes and hubs and a neat kickback spoon brake. Cool pinstripe paint on wheels and mud guard
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mike j

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Nice score Glenn, I think that you are really close w/ the date. American Bicycle Co. folded, I believe, in 1901 after Pope took over a bunch of other bicycle manufacturers to corner the market.
 

MrColumbia

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
1900 Pope Manufacturing, Lozier and a host of other bicycle company’s join to form the American Bicycle Company.

1901 The American Bicycle Company fails.

1902 The American Bicycle Company is reorganized into the American Cycle Company.

1903 The American Cycle Company fails.

1904 The Pope Manufacturing Co. is reorganized and ends up owning many of the bicycle manufacturers in the previous consortiums.
 
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