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Discussion in 'Antique Bicycles Pre-1933' started by Floyd, May 26, 2018.
Kinda outta my element here. I suspect it's an IJ . Can anyone enlighten me?
Not Iver, I'm sure someone here knows what it is
though. Very distinct features.
No Badge Holes?????????
Yes. I'll take more pics shortly
Don't know the manufacturer.............................but I do know I like that chainring !! Pete in Fitchburg
Sure looks like same one. Do you know the maker?
IF Not,,,Buy a TOC Badge that Fits the Holes and Call It Something!!!!!
That's What I Did,,,,and Many Cabers Do!!! That's Right!!
After Oddballs picture, and silence, I searched his posts and found pics of this one with the some Sprocket. Remnants of headtube decal say Indian Cycles. But hours of searching Indian pics haven't produced another.
A few manufacturers used that dropout style in the 1890’s and you don’t see it very often after the turn of the century. There was a bike for sale on here not too long ago with similar drop outs. I know Remington was one of the manufacturers. The frame/dropouts and crank suggest turn of the century but the deep fenders would be late teens-20’s and look to have been added later on.
Here’s some links
Try www.thewheelmen.org , I'm sure they can i.d. it , I agree the fenders are a later replacement