| I have an old Peugeot that says Carbolite 103 on the stem, but I can't find the model number of the bike. Can anyone help me locate it? Am trying to value the bike - any resources|
| I am in search for the lower part to a 1970s +/- Schwinn speedometer - the spinning apparatus that attaches to the fork and is in the spokes. I can take a picture of what I am looking for.|
Please email me if you have one or know of someone who can help.
Thanks in advance.
| I have the speedo drives in 26" or 27" Schwinn approved by Huret $25 ea. Brand new old stock.|
| Looking for 1991 Specialized Sirrus Triple Road Bike, 56 cm|
| I have a 1991 Specialized Sirrus 56cm but it's a double. It's a red frame with full Suntour blaze. The frame and all parts are in excellent condition, bought it on Craigslist from someone who did not ride that much. I'm in Philadelphia. Let me know if you are interested. |
| Could someone please tell me how to determine the year model of a old Rollfast girls bicycle.|
| what year is schwinn cruiser with serial number by front emblem marked KS531527 ???|
a odd framed bike with 20 in rims with M15267X10776439 on left side by back tire ???
red girls schwinn 20 in rim with E79 on back right side of frame and EE59153 on left side ???
and a frame similar to a classic style schwinn except one bar under one bar rather than the typical two smaller bars under a bigger bar. i know it has a grease nozzle on top of crank casing and has 8H13?120 ( and yes, i don't have any idea what the 5th digit/letter is. looks like a big mouthed six or an oddly shaped G.
| for Schwinn serial numbers, just go here:|
| thank you very much. frankly, the one bike that i'm really miffed about is the bmx looking frame with M15267X10776439. could you help? thanks again.|
| When I was growing up my friend and I had a bike. We put a one cylinder whizzer motor near the center frame, The gas tank sat on the frame from the handlebars.It must of held about a gallon or so in gas.|
The back will had a large rim fastened on the spokes. When we wanted to start it, all we had to do is peddle the bike like you would without the motor.The gas feed was on one side and the clutch was on the other side. One spark plug.The brakrs were your pedals. A SIMPLE BIKE AGREAT BIKE AND A HAPPY TIME WITH IT. AT THAT TIME 50-75 MILES WAS UNHEARD OF ESPECIALLY WHEN GAS ON COST ABOUT 35 CENTS A GALLON.Now,is there anyplace in my area that has similar to that or the same thing?Please let me know. Thank you.