| I have gotten this vintage motorized Honda Bicycle. In awesome shape. I have no clue what year it is, guessing 1965. Red and white in colour. All I know is 49cc, some readable numbers are P050L-D and E24006. Could you please tell me where I can find some info on this? Thanks Denise|
| Do a Google search of Honda P50, & see if you find a pix of one like yours. Pretty rare if it is the bike I am thinking about. [ rear engine just below L side of axle]|
| I have a girls Roadmaster Bike it has 26 x 2 1/8 tires.|
Serial number that I can read is 122022
It has the wide handlebars and the large seat.
It was painted over by a clown person but you can still see original colors.
What is it worth and where do I find out about it.
| Just picked up and old 50's Monarch Rocket Girls bike..Has nice big but OLD schwinn typhoon tires,,is there a sorce for NOS ones or good repo's ? They are 24x2.25|
| I have some NOS 24 x 2.125 blackwall tires if you are interested. If you prefer whitewalls and/or Schwinn tires, you might try eBay.|
| Hi, i just recieved the bike i purchased online. western flyer w, front truss & thin flat tank w/ no lights. # on the bottom of crank says MOR 2052. Any idea who made it and what year? looks like the ones between 59 -64 thanx for your help, Harley|
| do the rear dropouts come to a rear-facing point?|
| yes, they come to a very accute point, |
thanx in advance,harley
| That's Murray built. A relative of the Flightliners, Spaceliners and some other Liners. Some have nice deep-section rims too. Firestone, Gamble's, other hardware chains carried them.|
| thanx ken for all your help, i am a real novice at this, but sites like this and people like you, are a tremendous help, thanx again, harley |
| Wondering if anyone has any info on Delmar Simmons Hardware Company Bicycles? Found one in the trash-all surface rusted but solid,complete and functional. Thanks;John T.|
| Most bikes wearing headbadges of hardware or department stores were made by the big bike companies. So yours can best be identified by shooting a photo and posting it here. The chainring and chainguard are good indicators of the maker, and the frame design as well.|