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AGE / VALUE:Liberty ( Chicago Cycle Supply Co.) posted by: Douglas Griggs on 6/17/2005 at 6:35:54 PM
I am restoring this bike for a customer and like to help them understand what they have. The bike has 24" wheels,wide handle bars,and a finned front fender. I would appreciate any info I can get. p.s.he thinks it is around 1945. Thanks, Doug.

          RE:AGE / VALUE:Liberty ( Chicago Cycle Supply Co.) posted by julie saiter on 8/9/2005 at 4:29:17 AM
I will be listing on ebay soon a name plate for a Liberty Cycle. This emblem is most unique as it has never been mounted on a bicycle because it is from my late great-grandfathers collection...he worked for herff jones in Indianapolsi that manufactured these emblems

          RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:Liberty ( Chicago Cycle Supply Co.) posted by Randy on 9/10/2005 at 2:12:47 AM
Hi Julie.......Maybe you can help me find some web pages to find information on my bike. I have a Liberty Sting-Ray from about 63 or 64. Would you happen to know how I could check out the serial number and maybe obtain the value. It's in fair shape and could very easily be restored. Any help with this would greatly be appreciated.

          RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:Liberty ( Chicago Cycle Supply Co.) posted by Jack on 11/30/2005 at 3:26:24 AM
I have an old Liberty with emblem..yes..it is very interesting..I put this bike around 1936-38.....not a skip tooth..coaster brake....old racer handle bars..not drop bars...red white and blue...statue of Liberty is in relief on emblem........I would consider offers...but these would have to be fairly soon. Jack

          RE:AGE / VALUE:Liberty ( Chicago Cycle Supply Co.) posted by jack on 12/1/2005 at 5:15:17 AM
correction...the Liberty is a skip tooth.....has a Morrow coaster brake.....I will sell it...[rides great!] for a million or best offer. Jack

          RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:Liberty ( Chicago Cycle Supply Co.) posted by nancy chapman on 12/10/2007 at 8:51:55 PM
Where is Dan buried? I will be in Indianapolis next week and would like to pay my repects. I knew Dan in school.
Thank you,

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AGE / VALUE:Larz Anderson National Bike Show and Watertown Swap/ August 14th posted by: Peter Naiman on 6/14/2005 at 10:53:34 PM
More information on our show at Larz Anderson in
Brookline, MA, please visit our website.

Our webmaster, Vin Vullo has had an extremely busy
season at his shop in Cambridge, MA and has been
unable to update our original site, so I've built a
temporary site with Vin's help. To access the site for
further information about this years show please visit
out new and temporary website while we build a new and
improved site. Below is the link.


As noted on the site pre-registration is not required,
but we would love to hear from you before hand to find
out who is coming over and what bikes you will be
bringing to our event. If you wish to be on our
permanant mailing list, please contact me by email.

There will be a separate swap meet sponsored by Linda
Pernice on both Saturday and Sunday, August 13th and
14th in Watertown, MA about a ten minute drive from
our show. For further info on the swap please contact
Linda by email at: lpernice@juno.com

Best regards,
Peter Naiman & Maurice Bresnahan
Show Co-Chairman.


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AGE / VALUE:pink lady posted by: mike on 6/14/2005 at 9:16:39 PM
an old 50's style "pink lady" bike.says pink lady on the chain guard and the headbadge. . says "Behrens" on the seat post tube. the seat cleaned up amazingly, the tires are original and in good condition, they say"Dunlops Extra Prima" and "made in germany" the frame says "made in west germany. west germany isnt even a country anymore.

open to any offers. will trade for muscle bikes, parts, frames or projects. if theres n o takers its going to be scrapped. email me direct at sickcycles@optonline.net for more pics

          RE:AGE / VALUE:pink lady posted by lisa on 11/7/2005 at 1:54:02 PM
Could you please send me a pix of the bike ? I am trying to find my childhood bike. Thank you very much.

          RE:AGE / VALUE:pink lady posted by lisa on 11/7/2005 at 1:54:21 PM
Could you please send me a pix of the bike ? I am trying to find my childhood bike. Thank you very much.

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AGE / VALUE:Wooden toolbox tank bike posted by: Marc on 6/7/2005 at 5:10:00 PM
Anybody heard of a toolbox tank bike that the toolbox was made out of wood?


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MISC:Pana (Illinois) Antique-Classic Bicycle Show and Swap Meet posted by: Eldon Hammond on 6/7/2005 at 2:54:51 AM
Press release: Pana (Illinois) Antique-Classic Bicycle Show and Swap Meet

This year Pana’s 5th Annual Antique-Classic Bicycle Show and Swap Meet is held in Kitchell Park in the very spacious Chautauqua Pavilion (over 11000-sq. ft.). When filled, space will be available for vendors outside. The date is Saturday June 25th, 2005, 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. There will be several classes for bicycles manufactured up to the 1980’s, Classic Scooters (through 1965) And Classic Motorized Bicycles. This event has grown in the last four years and Pana’s Chamber of Commerce is putting a large effort in making it even better. As in the past very generous Trophies will be given in each class. The Pana (Illinois) Antique-Classic Bicycle Show is the Home of "The Illinois Classic Bike of the Year" (2005) Award with $150.00 and nice plaque going to the Winner and $75.00 going to Runner Up. We also will enter the winner’s bike in the "2006 Classic of the Year" at the 2006 Ann Arbor Swap Meet. This event is an effort to bring forth some of the finest classic bicycles that few people ever get to see. Bring them out to Pana for all to see! Information at: www.geocities.com/bikes62557 then click on 2005. This great event is held at the same time and just across the park road from the Pana Mid-State Classic Car Show. Admission is free to the public for both events and large crowds are expected for this joint venture. Be sure to be there as it will be a great day for Bike and Car enthusiast alike. Call 217-562-2813 for information or go to web site listed above. Vendors should register as soon as possible.

Eldon Hammond
217 562 2813


This year will be bigger than ever! Over ½ spaces inside pavilion are taken. Get your reservation in ASAP! Will have many outside spaces so no one will be left out. We have many Trophy Sponsors so as always we will have the nicest Trophies anywhere.


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AGE / VALUE:The Coker "Wheelman" Highwheel posted by: unirider on 6/5/2005 at 8:32:24 PM
Hello everyone. Just thought I would inform you highwheel lovers who own a Coker "Wheelman" Highwheel, that Ive created a registry just for us to show off our Cokers and other bikes as well. Im hoping it will be a place to meet others who also ride the Coker; as well as get cool ideas for customizing our own Cokers. If you own a Coker Wheelman and want to become a part of the registry, the url is: www.wheelmanregistry.com


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FOR SALE:Wheelman High wheeler posted by: Rich on 5/21/2005 at 5:43:33 AM
For Sale: Brand new Wheelman Repro high wheeler.
List is $395.00 anking 275.00

          RE:FOR SALE: Wheelman High wheeler posted by William Weems on 7/7/2005 at 3:59:39 PM
Can you provide a picture of your high wheeler for sale. I am very much interested, but would like to see it first.
William Weems

          RE:FOR SALE:���Wheelman High wheeler posted by Andrew on 9/20/2005 at 12:47:10 PM
Hi There
Will you ship to Australia?

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AGE / VALUE:Larz Anderson Bicycle Show related event on May 22nd posted by: Peter Naiman on 5/14/2005 at 6:31:40 PM
As an early kick off for the Larz Anderson Bicycle Show at the Museum of Transortation on Sunday, August 14th, in Brookline, Massachusetts the Museum of Transportation is hosting it's annual Italian Car Day on Sunday May 22nd and is hosting a Concour of Vintage Italian bicycles and motorcycles as a part of this scheduled event. To find more information about this event please click on the link below to the events calendar for the Museum schedule of events.

Peter Naiman
Shorewood, WI



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AGE / VALUE:Crown by Great Western Manfg. Co. posted by: Larry T. on 5/8/2005 at 8:59:47 PM
My brother just found a Crown Bicycle, made by the Great Western Manfg. Co., in LaPorte Indiana. It has a New Departure Model A rear hub. The rear wheel is wood, but the front is metal over wood. It looks older than my Hawthorne Trailblazer circa 1928. I can email photos of the bike and head badge to anyone. Does anyone have information on this bike maker?

          RE:AGE / VALUE:Crown by Great Western Manfg. Co. posted by Bill on 6/22/2005 at 8:33:36 PM
I have a Crown as well. Send me a pic of your bike.
I have some info.

          RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: Crown by Great Western Manfg. Co. posted by bill2 on 9/20/2005 at 12:28:40 AM

i just found what's left of a crown great western la porte boys bicycle. do you have any good pics or info about these bike??

billh mason city, ia

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AGE / VALUE:Ebay hub lamp posted by: Lowwheel on 4/29/2005 at 7:43:46 AM
Just came across this nice lamp on ebay.


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FOR SALE:1974 Kennedy posted by: Wayne Arnold on 4/19/2005 at 1:03:21 PM
I have a 1974, 54" High Wheeler made by Lowell Kennedy of Defiance, Ohio. This is more like an original-100 years late. All hand made by Mr. Kennedy. The bike has a few scratches, but is in very good riding condition. Buyer would have to ship or pick up from Northern California. Shipping is negotiable. Asking $2000 OBO

          RE:FOR SALE:1974 Kennedy posted by Wayne on 5/10/2005 at 6:52:06 PM
Thank you all! This bike has been SOLD.

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WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by: Dale Robinson on 4/17/2005 at 10:17:29 AM
Hello: Have restored/refurbished several fifties-thirties bikes. Am now beginning a complete show restoration of an early '20s Iver Johnson Truss Bridge, men's, large frame, red and black. Would like to hear from an IJ Guru, of course, or anyone who can lead me to a set of NOS Fisk Victor 28" tires, an NOS Troxel, Elmira Ohio large leather saddle with two diamonds cut in the middle, and especially the "Iver Johnson" decal on the front tube; I think I can save the small beautiful truss-bridge one on the seat mast and paint around it. I have correct wood rims, coke grips, etc. And some questions: I want to be as close to factory as possible; is the plating chrome or nickel on the sprocket, fork and handlbars? Anyone have any already plated to sell? And, is the paint lacquer? Can I use stainless steel same-diameter spokes and still be correct? Thanks, and my best to all in this good hobby...Dale

          RE:WANTED: Iver Johnson posted by sam on 4/20/2005 at 12:17:52 AM
If it the Iver Johnson decal like this one,Chestnut Hollow,or Mapel island ,or Mwmory Lane all carry it.
If it's the "Mobicycly" decal you'll have to go to Nostalgic Reflections.---sam

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Luke on 5/4/2011 at 9:47:35 PM
I would be interested in a early 20's truss bridge frame Iver Johnson bike frame. Building a replica from there up...anyone have one for sale out there???

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Bill on 5/19/2011 at 8:00:08 AM
I have what I believe to be a 1912 Iver Johnson girls bike. It is in unbelievable condition. I do not have the pedals, and the tires have seen their better days, but other than that, this bike is in fantastic condition. It still has the skirt netting for the rear wheel. The paint is even beautiful. It is black with Iver Johnson in gold lettering. Towards the front of the frame, it is green. I would like to sell it, but I do not know what it is worth. Probably should be in a museum. It even has the felt inside the chain guard. Any info would be helpful on the best way to sell this.


          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Ken Oden on 6/21/2011 at 12:51:52 PM
6.21.2011 I have a nice 28" Mens' truss-frame Iver Johnson with Stewart-Warner Speedo and Heavy Leather Saddle for sale in Venice FL. Yellow with blue striped rims. Morrow coaster brake. Very nice looking bike. (941) 497-3702 -or- kennyboya1@verizon.net

          RE:WANTED:Tires for Iver Johnson posted by Richard on 8/30/2011 at 2:02:12 PM
Need source for tires, I think wheel size is 28-1/2". These would need tubes because of the very shallow and narrow metal rims.

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson Parts posted by Denis Littrell on 9/6/2011 at 7:43:34 PM
I have an old 1920's? Iver racing model 90.
Looking for original parts (forks, seat)
Grandfather raced it back in the day and probably substituted at the time. Otherwise, the bike is in mint condition. Also would like some contact links for pictures to identify all stock parts and colors of the bike. Need help from experienced enthusiasts.
Thank you.

          RE:RE:WANTED: Iver Johnson posted by sean d dempsey on 7/10/2007 at 6:54:28 PM
i own a 1913 iver johnson mens bike, about 95% complete, still has most of the original paint on it. if intrested, email me

          RE:RE:WANTED: Iver Johnson posted by marvin honeycutt on 9/2/2007 at 10:45:38 PM
I have owned an old Ivor Johnson bicycle for over 40 years. I traded some labor for this bike when I was in high school back in the 60's. I was told at the time that a man from Indiana won a cross country race from new york to Sanfrancisco, on this bike. I would be glad to email some pictures of the bike. It does not have any tires, but I am working on that now. Thanks Marvin Honeycutt 350 Turk # 710 Sanfrancisco, Ca. 94102 ph 415 672 0821 email starvnmarvin@comcast.net

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by JOE on 11/4/2007 at 10:50:41 PM

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Tom O~Hara on 11/12/2007 at 8:47:07 AM
i am always looking for iver johnsons and i always have ivers for sale too.

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by clay on 4/23/2008 at 11:53:58 AM
i have an iver johnson, not sure what it is, its probably 40's. I can send some pics, I'm thinking of selling it

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by dean powell on 8/24/2008 at 6:07:45 AM
aloha from hawaii,
i used to own a cruiser iver johnson and was going to fix it up, i left if at my grandpas cabin, but i think my cousins friend took it..it disappeared nonetheless...i would like to get another one if possible, an old style bigger framed cruiser..if anyone has one for sale, regardless of the condition... let me know thank you, dean

          RE:RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by dean powell on 8/24/2008 at 6:09:54 AM
aloha, i'm interested in your bike, if you might sell it
give me an e-mail thanks from hawaii, dean

          RE:RE:RE:WANTED: Iver Johnson posted by dean powell on 8/24/2008 at 6:12:18 AM
aloha, i saw your message, and i am interested in your bike..please e-mail me if possible or call me at (808)723-9023

thank you, dean

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Enzo on 2/4/2009 at 5:41:43 AM
might anyone know were I can get balloon tires for my

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Jeff B. on 6/9/2009 at 7:57:23 AM
I have an old Iver Johnson that my Father bought from his Father. I have no idea what type or year, but it has wooden rims and is, as far as I can see, complete and in good condition for an antique bicycle. My Father was born in 1917 and he raced it in the early 30's. It has no brakes or free wheeling unit, if the wheel is moving the pedals are also, and you had to lock your feet on the pedals to stop it.
I am interested in finding out more about this bicycle and would like to sell it to a serious collector.

Jeff B.

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Jeff B. on 6/9/2009 at 8:21:09 AM
I did a little more research and it appears the cycle is an Iver Johnson Racing Cycle, and a photo I found from 1910 looks just like the cycle. It has 28" tires still in good condition.
I can send photos if anyone is interested.

Jeff B.

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Peter Cap on 7/5/2009 at 6:00:21 PM
Do you still have that Iver Johnson racing bike? If so can you send a pic? Thanks, Pete

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Emil Dube on 3/14/2010 at 9:48:35 AM
I have an Iver Johnson bicycle which my father in-law left us and it dates back to the 30's.It's a diamond type of frame with the Diamond mark on the frame and a star type pedal sprochet.The Head badge design was used for at least 40 years.Both sross bars are strait with a very slight bend in them.Yellow wheelswith a blue pin stripe on both sides of the rims.Could you e-mail me on this bike.Thank You. dubepopping@gmail.com Thanks again

          RE:RE:RE:WANTED: Iver Johnson posted by Richard Geck on 9/23/2010 at 1:53:35 PM
We have found two Iver Johnson Bikes in our friends garage and are not sure wat era they are from.

Can anyone help identify serial number 590234 and 591125 found on the seat support post - not the front handle bar support

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by Randy Walker on 11/16/2010 at 7:18:42 AM
Looking for a post WWI Iver Johnson, say 1917-20. doesn't need original paint, but would like it mostly complete. rims don't have to be good - in fact i don't need the rear wheel. Thanks for any help!

          Iver Johnson 1915 motorcycle posted by Donald Risley on 1/15/2011 at 8:03:14 PM
I know where i can get a 1915 Iver Johncon motorcycle but dont know how much in to much to give for it, Can anyone help. call 308-240-0072

          RE:WANTED:Iver Johnson posted by gerry on 1/28/2011 at 9:52:51 AM
I have a Iver Johnson men's bike serial 239028 Has a curved lower bar that is welded to the upper bar. It was set up with a Whizzer motor. I'm thinking it is a lot older than the 1946 motor. Appreciate any info

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MISC:Senseman & Brickenstein, Salem NC, 1898 posted by: Tim Victor on 3/31/2005 at 11:12:56 AM
I was poking around at thewheelmen.org, and searched for my home
state of North Carolina in their database of early bicycle


It returned exactly one hit:

Senseman & Brickenstein, Salem NC, 1898

That got me curious since the history of cycling in NC seems to
be pretty much a black hole before the time my generation started
riding in the early 1970s. I'm also interested because the history
of the Moravian settlement of Salem (Old Salem to anyone in the
area) is so well documented through the early 1800s--particularly
the crafts there--but perhaps not so well after that.

I emailed to the librarian listed on that page but haven't gotten
a reply, so I figured I'd post a query here.

It seems unlikely that anyone will be familiar with that brand.
(I'd be quite happy to be surprised there though.) I might just
be a small-town tinsmith in the bike-boom era, advertising that
he'd build up a bike for anyone who cared to pay for it.

More reasonable hope: that someone might know where the Wheelmen
found the reference to that brand, to put in their database.

Thanks in advance for any help!

Tim Victor
Greensboro, NC

          RE:MISC:Senseman & Brickenstein, Salem NC, 1898 posted by Joel on 4/6/2005 at 8:38:28 PM
You might be able to find more info at your local library. There were over 300 documented bike manufacturers in the US prior to 1900, many of which made bikes in very small numbers. The book 'Collecting and Restoring Antique Bicycles' also has a list.

The Wheelmen are more helpful if you are a member.

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WANTED:hi wheel posted by: Larry Wlos on 3/22/2005 at 6:45:18 PM
Looking for Hi Wheel bike repro alright

          RE:WANTED:hi wheel posted by marcello on 3/26/2005 at 11:46:07 AM
try www.hiwheel.com

          RE:WANTED: hi wheel posted by Steve T on 4/15/2005 at 5:43:37 AM
I have a 1-1/2 yr old 48" RBR For Sale. Email me at sct@ieee.org for more info.

          RE:WANTED:hi wheel posted by louis brayton on 9/2/2005 at 1:53:02 PM
I have an original boneshaker for sale, model serial # 1028 clev. ohio. please call cell 832-876-8295

          RE:RE:WANTED:hi wheel posted by John on 9/12/2005 at 2:59:11 AM
Could you please send me a PIC of your Boneshaker

          RE:RE:WANTED:hi wheel posted by John on 9/12/2005 at 3:09:26 AM
Could you please send me a pic of your Boneshaker

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AGE / VALUE:National Swap Meet List available posted by: Peter Naiman on 3/17/2005 at 4:30:57 AM
I've started a new monthly data base for all swap and bike shows that will be posted to three cycling newsgroup or sites on a monthly basis. The group or sites are this area of the Oldroads.com site, the Classic Rendezvous site, and the Boblist. The list has been ongoing for about a month or more to the last two sites, and new to Oldroads. I rely on the readers of this lists to update me on a regular basis as new shows & swaps come up. I'll post updates the first of each month and as time allows through the month. For now the list is complete through the End of April with a few events listed through years end. I have another dozen or so events from May onward to update to the list. Below is the current calendar of events.

Sat. March 19 **
Trail Head Cyclery Bike Swap
8am till it fizzles out
Location: the parking lot out at the corner of Camden and Union Ave., Trail Head Cyclery
14450 Union Ave
San Jose, CA 95124
Tel: 408-369-9666
Email: tech@trailheadcyclery.com

Sat. March 26
El Bike Swap
de Tucson.
Tucson, Arizona
Greg Yares 323-9020 yares@cox.net
4th Avenue
from 8 AM to 1 PM
Free for all vendors & buyers.

Sunday March 27th 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
17th Annual Seattle Area Old Bike Swap Meet and Show
Kent National Guard Armory,
24410 Military Road., Kent, WA
For information call: Mike McCormack @ 206-783-2850
Or Ron Summer @ 206-364-0922

April 3, 2005
2nd Annual Bicycle Show Bicycles, family, food & fun !!! Our first show was a blast, this year will be better !!! Indoors & Out, Vendors, a 3 foot tall Best of Show Trophy, 13 trophies total. Please view the web pages. Don't miss out on a great time !!!!
Phone: 717-258-3342
Mostly Stingray and Ballon Tyre.

Sun April 2-3
The 13th Annual
Antique & Classic Bicycle Show & Swap
Marietta National Guard Armory
The Bicycle Club of Atlanta
P. O. Box 12341
Atlanta, Georgia 30355
Buck 404-252-3432
8:00 AM ' 4:00 PM
"Bonus Vintage Lightweight Section: Featuring a show
and swap area to highlight our Euroheads

April 3, 2005
The Pedaler Bike Shop - Pedaler Bike Swap
3826 San Pablo Dam Road, El Sobrante, CA
10:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Free Admission
You can rent a 10'x10' space for $50. Smaller spaces are available for people who have less stuff. Contacts: email at: swap@theped.com , fax (510) 222 6168 or call (510) 222-3420 for more information!

April 3, 2005*
Valley Spokesmen Bicycle Swap Meet
Dublin High School, 8151 Village Parkway, Dublin. CA
from 1:00 to 4:00 PM
Admission is free. No charge for sellers or buyers
This swap meet is presented by the Valley Spokesmen Bicycle Club for the benefit of all bicyclists. For further information: Bob Powers: 925-828-5299 This swap meet is presented by the Valley Spokesmen Bicycle Club for the benefit of all bicyclists. For further information: Bob Powers: 925-828-5299

April 14 - 17, 2005
Sea Otter Classic
Huge Trade Show
Monterey, California
Hotline 650-364-7612

April 16th-Sunday
Spring San Diego Velodrome Swap Meet
Gates open 7:30am for drive in sellers
8:00am for walk in sellers
9:00am to 3:00pm for buyers

Sat April 16
Trexlertown Spring Flea Market
Lehigh Valley Velodrome
Trexlertown, Pennsylvania
9 AM - 2 PM
Admission $5.00

Fri & Sat April 15 & 16
Copake Swap Meet & Auction
Copake, New York
Michael Fallon
(518) 329-1142 info@copakeauction.com
Swap Meet - Friday April 15 - Dawn 'till Dusk
$20 Vendor Fee - Free to public
Auction - Sat April 16 10 AM

Sun. April 24
Anne Arbor/Saline Classic Bike Show & Swap
Ann Arbor, Michigan
6-10pm E.S.T. weekdays
Paul Kleppert
Biggest, Oldest, and the Best Antique and Classic
Bicycle Show in the nation." Focus on balloon tired

Sun. April 24
Cupertino Bike Shop - Swap Meet
10493 S. De Anza Blvd, Cupertino California
10:00 AM-4:00 PM
Admission $2.00
South Bay's largest road and mountain bike swap meet.
ROMP (Responsible Organized Mountain Pedalers) and
Cupertino Bike Shop

Sat. May 7 **
The Bent Spoke Swap
1615 University Avenue,
Berkley, CA
Contact Ty: 510-540-0583
Fax: 510-540-0607
Hours unknown !!

May 21 **
Mill Valley Bike Swap
Site: Strawberry Point Elementary School
171 East Strawberry Drive
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Or contact Michael:at: mvbikeswap@yahoo.com

May 28 **
Great Western Bike Ralley May 27-30, 2005.
Concourse D'Elegance on May 28.
Paso Robles, California.
Rod Doty, Director 310-838-0843

Sat. June 25 **
Trips for Kids Bike Swap & Sale
Mill Valley Middle School
425 Sycamore, Mill Valley CA
Admission: $5.00
kids 15 and under free with adult

Sat. June 25th **
Show tim: 9:00AM-3:00PM
The Pana 5th Annual (Illinois) Antique-Classic Bicycle Show & Swap
Kitchell Park, Chautauqua Pavilion
Pana, Illinois 62557
Admission: $5.00
Phone: 217-562-2813 or 217-562-4240
EMail: bikes62557@yahoo.com


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