| Hey guys, i have a couple of new bikes i've gotten. Im the kid in vermont with a collection of bikes, currently at 108. One is a really small Rollfast, 20 inch or smaller. The banna seat is alrigh tcondition, and the paintjob is all rust, but actually looks not too bad(strange, right?)|
Next is a Murray Allant, in really god condition, but its got no seat. Its pink, good paintjob.
Also a Iverson Grand Touring, which is in pretty good condition. I believe everything works on it.
Last, a Kabuki: no other words on it, but its brown and it needs a new shifting line.
| I'm after a 'five pointed star' design Williams five-pin chainwheel (type B100), with 48 teeth, either 1/2 x 3/16, or 1/2 x 1/8 at a pinch. |
An Australian site named 'Collectable Cycles' lists Williams cranks and chainwheels, however I can't get a reply from them.
Page here: http://www.collectablecycles.com/index_files/Parts_Cranks.htm
| Found a girls bike in the back of an thrift store. It is bare bones original, fat tire with original cracked and ruined tires. Price $45.00 Had a label that|
was clearly aged, it said Rocket... Is it worth the price of tires and service in the fat tire market? Thank you!!
| Probably a Monark Rocket...Buy it...|
| but don't expect to make a profit reselling it; the price you're paying is retail.|
|I've recently acquired what is obviously a very rare Japanese(early 70's- late 60's) touring bike with an English name and coat of arms(Sutton) and a very ornate head badge. Does anyone have any knowledge of this type of bike? It also has very pretty(amost fleur de lis) lugs and only weighs 26 1/2 pounds.|
|i would like to sell my schwinn replica bicycle that has purchased & assembled when new but never used. it has hung in my garage & has acquired some very minor scuffs in storage, but still so unused that that tire nubbies are still intact. located in royal oak, mich.48073 $400.00 cash only upon pick up. email@example.com|