1937 Schwinn double curved bar Roadster, with all original parts and paint. Equipped with a New Departure front brake.
Category: Pre-War Balloon Tire Bicycles
1938 Schwinn D97XE Christmas special with original paint.
Very rare Emblem Streamline in original paint. Manufactured in Angola NY. Bike was purchased without wheels/tires. Chrome drop center rims and Carlisle “Snake Belly’ tires were used. Unique truss rods, seat binder and grips...
Nice original bike. Equipped with a chrome torpedo headlight and the stylish rear fender reflector with housing that was exclusive to Cleveland Welding Co. Built bikes, like this Roadmaster.
1937 ladies aluminum “Duralium” bicycle, made by Monark Silver King, Inc. Very nice original condition. Has the cool early speedometer and a nice klaxon horn. Nice set of original U.S. Royal Chain tires still...
A pair of original, un-restored 1940 Schwinn built bikes. One badged as an Ace, the other as a Henderson. Note differences including frame length behind seat post. [click thumbnails for larger image]
My 1936 Schwinn built Mead Ranger with original paint. Entry submitted by: vintage2wheel
1937 Schwinn Motorbike in green. Four known complete from what I’m told. Badged and sold through Louisville Cycle Supply. Entry submitted by: vintage2wheel
This is my 1933 Schwinn B10E Motorbike restored by Tim Brandt of San Diego CA. Entry submitted by: vintage2wheel
This is my 1933 Schwinn B 1/2E short frame. It features Delta battery canister and headlight, stainless steel fenders and a winged “Motorbike” decals adorn the toolbox tank. Entry submitted by: vintage2wheel