Sold Early 1938 (A324) Schwinn Paramount Special Team Bike

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Location
Saint Louis
Zipcode
63128

Dweber

Finally riding a big boys bike
This Schwinn Paramount (A324) was gifted to Daniel Patten by Harold Ade in the late 1950's. Harold Ade competed in the 1932 Olympics in California. Daniel Patten went to high school with Harold Ade's two daughters. Harold Ade and Daniel Patten were both members of the Oak Park, IL. Bicycling Club. Together they fixed up bikes, mapped out rides, recruited members, etc. Harold Ade became his mentor. Daniel Patten had basically no means of transportation and Ade gave the bike (A324) to Patten in the late 1950's for club rides and college transportation. In that time period the bike was sent back to Schwinn and refurbished so it could be a everyday rider. Daniel Patten also met his wife in the club also. Daniel likely put a gentle 10k+ miles on the bike commuting from Oak Park to Evanston, IL. (17.5 miles) on rain free days for about 3-4 years before they saved enough for a car. Earlier this year the family had the bike detailed and took it to the home where their father resided to show it to him for the last time. The family regrettably was forced to sell the bike this year to help pay for his medical expenses. This information was provided to me by (Daniel Patten Jr.) 2019.
Email: Dweber736@aol.com
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