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Discussion in 'Antique Bicycles Pre-1933' started by barracuda, Mar 28, 2018.
Awesome. Thanks for posting.
I didn't find the year?
Robert, this is a wonderful find on your part !!
I know i'm gettin' ahead o' myself by goin'
straight to the foto ... just can't help myself.
I promise to read the article Thursday a.m.
Thank you for posting.
BTW ... wonderin' if that team always rode on
the aggregate adjacent to the rails ... holy crap !!
And check out the ever-so stout hubs on that ride ...
Also, the five forward chainrings appear to be
placed within the lower frame components.
And, what about that final, large ring ... looks like
the bent-spoke technology could have influenced
the similar Racycle chainring of 1899. Using one
of your fotos, here, Robert.
Two, Rear Chainrings ........
Sure it's cool, but why rest on your laurels? 1897:
Here is a sextet I've been trying to i.d. for a while now, initially I thought perhaps Peter Berlo built but not many like features when inspected closely.
(The last saddle isn't really part of the original build, I believe there was some sort of pacing adapter there that a saddle was stuck into for a kiddo)