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Jesse McCauley

McCauley Cycle Works
Mar 5, 2013
2,161
Richmond, Virginia
I've been meaning to make a thread dedicated to the many impressive 19th and early 20th century bike stands.

I have a small collection of them, I'm sure some of you can contribute to the thread so please show off those early stands!

A couple entries to folllow!



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bricycle

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Nov 18, 2009
23,006
Chicago area west
One that is far more interesting than the more plain version above, a recent purchase that some of you may have seen come up for sale.

Advertising piece for Piso's cure, likely in front of some general store or the like.

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does Piso's adjust up and down?
 

Jesse McCauley

McCauley Cycle Works
Mar 5, 2013
2,161
Richmond, Virginia
does Piso's adjust up and down?
I haven't actually had the pleasure of first hand inspection, picking it up at Copake but I don't believe it is adjustable I think a 28" wheel is meant to rest in the opening rather snugly.


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Wcben

I live for the CABE
Jan 11, 2012
1,019
Fort Lauderdale, United States
Markedly similar to this Stearns stand as advertised.

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Very similar, I’m pretty sure the paint on mine is original, there are very faint gold pinstripes on it too, Elmira cycle stand is part of the stand (raised letters cast in the iron)... wonder if it was a licensed item as the design is so similar? Hey Jesse, do you know what year that add is from?
 
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GiovanniLiCalsi

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Jun 29, 2012
3,938
Alameda, California
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Bicycle is a 1890’s Racycle the stand is Pat. Oct. 24,99. I used it in a museum show for the Amgen last year in Modesto, Ca.
It would be fun to repurpose the cast iron supports from a treadle sewing machine and modify supports, by cutting it down and sizing it up to fit a bicycle...
 
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