| We have two 1974 or 1975? SPECIAL TOURERS THAT WE BOUGHT FOR EACH OTHER FOR OUR WEDDING GIFTS! tHEY ARE IN NEAR PERFECT CONDITION BUT MY HUSBAND REBUILT THEM WITH THE BEST OF EVERYTHING...WE WANT TO SELL THEM..WHAT ARE THEY WORTH? THEY ARE ORANGE!|
| I'd be interested in some more details on these bikes--sizes, equipment, photographs...all critical to evaluation!|
Also, I assume you mean FUJI, not FUGI(!)
| WANTED: 20"/24"/26" Champion frames, forks, bars and pads.|
Will pay good $$$$ for Schwerma Frames and Twin down-tube Squareback Cruisers.
| Hello, I have just stumbled upon this very interesting and comprehensive website. It occurred to me that I might be able to get a solution to a minor issue from one of you good people. I am the proud and lucky owner of a Cinelli Super Corsa (Columbus steel) lightweight racing bike (purchased 1997)and those of you who have ever seen one of these will know that it displays the Cinelli logo at several points around the frame. I have unfortunately lost the small (0.75 cm -diameter) plastic logo/badge which is located at the seat cluster where the seat stays meet the top and seat tube. I went back over my ride to see if I could spot it but this is to no avail. I emailed Cinelli but they just referred me to Chicken Cycles (uk importer) and the, in turn, referred me back to Cinelli in italy. Vicious circle? If anyone has, or can get hold of, such a badge I would be most grateful if you could contact me asap. I look forward to any replies. Cheers for now, Lawrence.|
| I just got from a neighbor (old lady) 2 Rollfast brand bikes which she says are at least 50 years old. They do not have serial numbers on them, and the model is identified as "aerolight". I have a his and hers. There is a store sticker on both saying "Mahns Bros. of Eatontown NJ". One of the bikes has an odometer made by Crown. I have not been able to find out information on this particular model in terms of price. They are in good condition (no rust, barely any scratches...), but I just have no idea how much they are worth. Anyone know anything about this model? Thanks.|
I dug out an old Rollfast brochure from the mid 1960's and it had your model in there. The Aerolight came in 26" and 24" versions. The men's 26" was the model 600 and the girl's was model 602. The bike was pretty much a plain-jane bicycle; it had enameled mudguards and chainguards, chromium rims, two tone saddle, single speed Bendix coaster brake and bow pedals with reflector. The boys came in either Flamboyant Red or Copper and the girls came in Flamboyant Blue or Lime. The pamphlet didn't list a retail price. Even in good shape they would not have much value, since they are stripped down models. Hope this bit of info helped.
| I forgot to mention the bike was a lightweight frame with 26 x 1-3/8" blackwall tires.|
| I have a 1964 CCM coaster bike for sale. Red and white, all original red and white leather seat, chrome fenders, hand grips, chain guard. 26 X 1 3/8" tires. good condition. Toronto. can provide pics.|
| I am interestedr CCM.|
| Hi, are you looking to buy or to sell a CCM Imperial Mark IV? I am asking because I have one from 1964 that is intact though with new tires and tubes, and some bits (rear mousetrap carrier) from a similar vintage German bike. Tons of chrome, including fenders, original working horn and generator light.|