Sunday's Show and Tell ...4/18/21

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Sven

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Got a pair of SKS Commuter II bluemels (fenders) for my 1987 Schwinn High Sierra project touring bike , PMX.
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Got this book ,as well as watching videos to aid in my touring/camping adventures.
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New Mexico Brant

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
I came back to Hershey and had a couple bikes waiting for me. The first is an 1892/3 Crescent and a 1941-ish Elgin. A local ex Wheelmen I befriended willed me his 1908-1910 Dursley Pedersen. Sadly Charlie passed away last month. He road the bike in a Wheelmen century ride at some point and got credited for the ride. A few years later a Marge-somebody became a power figure within the Wheelmen and took away his century ride credit because of the bike's pneumatic tires; that is why Charlie was an ex-wheelmen. The Dursley rides great, thank you Charlie!
Also an albumen print photo of what maybe the Kansas City Wheelmen. Some NOS TOC grips made by a North Attleboro, MA silversmith, and the earliest bicycle bell I now own.

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all riders

Finally riding a big boys bike
I don't collect a lot of metal toys, but for 8 bucks it was coming home with me (Buddy L). Also got a Hawthorne deluxe tank covered in at least three different paint jobs--was able to get to original on one side and mostly ghosting of original on the other.
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tech549

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
I came back to Hershey and had a couple bikes waiting for me. The first is an 1892/3 Crescent and a 1941-ish Elgin. A local ex Wheelmen I befriended willed me his 1908-1910 Dursley Pedersen. Sadly Charlie passed away last month. He road the bike in a Wheelmen century ride at some point and got credited for the ride. A few years later a Marge-somebody became a power figure within the Wheelmen and took away his century ride credit because the bike has pneumatic tires; that is why was an ex-wheelmen. The bike rides great, thanks Charlie!
Also an albumen print photo of what maybe the Kansas City Wheelmen. Some NOS TOS grips made by a North Attleboro, MA silversmith, and the earliest bicycle bell I own.

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small world,this is 2 blocks from me brant.

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JKT

Wore out three sets of tires already!
I picked up this 1936 Art Deco Weaver 3 1/2 ton floor jack at a small local on-line auction for $58.00 .. it works as it should rolls easily and doesn't leak a drop of oil.. they were originally green with red fenders and possibly " grill" …

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