I forgot to mention the shifter is a white twist grip shifter,the first such shifter I ever seen,are these common or is my childhood memories bad.
| both Sturmey-Archer and Shimano supplied 3-speed twist-grip shifters for a while- I'm guessing mid seventies? Maybe not rare, but much less common than the triggers.|
| I was wondering if anyone had a good source of info on older ccm 3 speeds. I recently purchased a 1963 Imperial mark iv. It has a Sturmey Archer aw hub,Flyte seat,supercycle speedometer,Condor horn and the shifter has t6g on it.The bike is in great shappe and rides better than my two year old giant mountain bike. I would love any info anybody has on theses old ccm's.|
| can you post a pic of the bike.|
| Hi Mike|
Please email me and I will send you a pick,can't figure out how to post one firstname.lastname@example.org
| i have a custom bmx dyno i just did,satin black, lowered springer forks, spiked fenders front and bakc, skull grips, custom painted sprocket, nice chrome. paint has minimal scratches. nice cruiser. i built it and got bored of it.|
looking for 150$ maybe trade
ill take any old muscle bikes condition doesnt matter as long as its not pitted badly, reply if intterested
| Has anyone ever heard of a bicycle called Davaga? An 84 year old man recently gave me a bike that he bought in 1931. He bought it in Springfield, Illinois. There is no name left visible on the bike, but he said it was called a Davaga.|
| Hi Roy, it might be a dept store bicycle - apparently there was a chain of sporting goods stores called Davega many years ago... I don't know anything about them though. Hope this helps.|
| Howdy all,|
I am looking for a 1975-1976 ? AMF Evel Knievel/Harley Davidson theme bike. It was a 20" white bike with a mock gas tank, working rear shocks, large black seat, front and rear mud flaps, and a number plate on the front and side that had a large number 1 in a flag otif (red white and blue with stars). If you know where I can purchase one please E-mail me. Thanks for your help.
Technical Sergeant Joseph Michels USAF