Please help me ID this bike

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College Cyclery

On Training Wheels
Hoping somebody here can please tell me what this is.
Thank You
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HEMI426

I live for the CABE
I'm digging that rear suspension. That's a cool bike, what size are the wheels, is there any badge holes. Keep this thread going til we get more info. I love anything different and this is. What's the story, like where did you find it?
 

Blue Streak

Wore out three sets of tires already!
I think you are correct. The fork looks a later men’s fork. It’s different than the straight blade forks you see in the ads for them.

This is an image from 1891 Gormully & Jeffery Catalog showing the version with straight fork and available with hard or cushion tires:
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I don't have the 1892 catalog but think yours is probably 1892 as it has wheels for pneumatic tires and the curved fork like the men's Ramblers below from late 1891 and early 1892. Your rear fender and saddle look newer.

August 28, 1891 issue of The Wheel:
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January 29, 1892 issue of The Wheel:
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Nice 1892 men's Rambler for reference from Glenn Eames collection:
 
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