FOR SALE:   1975 Kennedy High Wheeler posted by: Charles Sheets on 10/21/2005 at 4:53:03 PM
I have a 1975, 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 Northwest Ohio. Shipping is negotiable. Asking $1950 OBO

   RE:FOR SALE:   1975 Kennedy High Wheeler posted by Charles Sheets on 10/21/2005 at 6:54:59 PM
My correct e-mail address is

WANTED:   I need a 1963 Hercules chainguard posted by: Thomas on 10/21/2005 at 3:21:12 PM
i have a perfectly nice 1963 black hercules bike. the only problem is the chainguard was torn off, it's in really bad shape and im looking for a replacement. if anyone has one, or knows of where to find one, please send me an e-mail. i need to make my hercules whole again. thank you.

FOR SALE:   1976 his/hers Peugeot road bikes posted by: Diane on 10/21/2005 at 2:08:39 AM
I have a matching pair of 1976 his and hers Peugeot road bikes, white. Both have frame pumps. Paint and decals are good. Need tires and tubes. $150 for both

   RE:FOR SALE:   1976 his/hers Peugeot road bikes posted by casey on 10/25/2005 at 11:25:38 AM
If the Peugeot pair is still for sale, please email a few pics. I am very interested. I have a few peugeot bikes already and am looking for a matching pair to restore.

MISC:   "spring bike" posted by: bob on 10/20/2005 at 9:26:25 PM
looking for information about a "spring cycle" or "spring bike". frame says manufactured in los angeles 1938. company was "spring and bender? - maybe. any information would be appreciated

WANTED:   28" wooden rims posted by: Ryan Cronin on 10/20/2005 at 4:33:06 PM
I am attempting to restore a 1896 girl/boy rear-steer tandem. I am searching for 28" wooden rims to build up for this bike. I have such a great vision in my mind's eye of what this beauty will look like. I greatly appreciate any leads or advice you can send my way. Perhaps, someone knows how to MAKE a wooden rim! Now that is a real restoration.

Thank you everyone.