Here is the second batch of photos I took from the swap at the firehouse next door to the Lehigh Valley Velodrome (T-Town). This show happened May 1st-3rd and is the second year it has been a three day event. It is mostly antique bike stuff: balloon tire bikes, muscle bikes, some lightweight stuff, … Continue reading Trexlertown spring 2015 swap meet report part 2
A beautifully built stayer bicycle frame. Sadly missing the fork. The lugs are exquisitely thinned on this unknown marque, presumably 1930s- maybe 1940s. It has a reinforced headtube, and requires a fork that accepts a 24" front wheel. The rear wheel is normal 700c/sewup. Floating race headset cups. English thread bottom bracket shell. The driveside … Continue reading Early Stayer – Motor pace frame for sale
Stayer, or motor-pace, bicycles have some specific parts from the custom geometry to allow a smaller front wheel and reverse rake fork to the large front chainring to provide the gearing to race closely behind a motorcycle. Another addition is the saddle support. Affixed to the top tube and then to the nose of the … Continue reading Saddle supports
We sold the owner of this bike the Campagnolo pista headset, pedals, handlebars, saddle support, and Nitor seatpost. Don Walker built the bike. Curtis Odom made the cranks and hubs.