This is a really nice, original chrome plating track frame fork we got not too long ago. I was told by the previous owner that it is a BSA, but I am not 100% sure. The only mark it has on it is the serial number #4021 stamped on the back of the seat … Continue reading For Sale: 1940’s-50’s unknown chrome plated track frame and fork.
This is a bike a that a customer recently brought in to have us put together for him. It was half assembled and missing some parts. Our superb Mechanic David was able to complete the bike and make all the necessary adjustments. He set up the 3 speed Cyclo (British) rear derailleur and shifter. … Continue reading Awesome customer’s bike we recently put together
Keeping in step with the New Departure posts, this is a pretty awesome bike we recently got in. it is a Columbia Sports Roadster model from the 1940's. It has the blacked out New Departure hubs and handle bars (war time effort) which look great against the original black paint. Ornate chain guard and … Continue reading Columbia Sports Roadster
This is a really unique and early Hetchins currently on Ebay UK. Early example from 1941, only a few known to exist! The rear drop outs are especially interesting, see the catalog image below for more info. Also, I might note that the image is borrowed from the CR list. Check it out!Hetchins!