Was able to track down some original parts for this bike as well as find a couple nice upgrades Entry submitted by: ohdeebee
Category: Pre-War Balloon Tire Bicycles
This polished aluminum ’37 Evinrude Streamflow was submitted to the archive by Michael FitzSimons. What a beauty! Very few of these bicycles survive today. Entry submitted by: Dave Stromberger
Mystery year Mead Crusader. Very nice original paint and decals, but missing a lot of the original parts unfortunately.Entry Submitted by Jason Kersten
Completely original bike, except for tires and grips.Even the saddle is original leather. It is in nice shape for a 76 year old bike. Entry Submitted by alan warnock
An original 1937 Evinrude Streamflow. Entry Submitted by Hannah Schroller
Has a lot of rust, but solid. We even ride it. Womans bike w/ every other link sprocket. Entry Submitted by Sandra Self
1936 Indian balloon bicycle. This bicycles were made in Germany by A.G.A. under license of Indian Motocycle Co. and where sold in the US for a very short period of time. This is the...
Rare Super Deluxe ‘Aluma-Cycle’ with gothic Aluminum fenders, 4 Seiss Lights, Front and rear ‘Fore Wheel’ Drum brakes (39 Only silent freewheel rear)- Deeply Embossed Rare LANZ Bike Shop headbadge—Completed with Alot of help...
All steel original Shelby Airflow in the process of a restoration. The arrow in the background. Entry Submitted by Chris Montoya
1938 Hiawatha Arrow restored by previous owner. This photo was taken in San Francisco looking out at the Bay Bridge. Entry Submitted by Chris Montoya