WANTED:   1960 murray tricycle posted by: katherine on 7/15/2005 at 10:50:56 AM
Finding it hard to find parts for 1960 murray tricycle need front and back wheels, tires and seat. If anyone can help would greatly appreciate it. Thanks.

FOR SALE:   velocipede posted by: Bruce on 7/15/2005 at 12:34:53 AM
Can anyone direct me to where I can find general pricing info for an early velocipede so I can sell it intellegently? I just found one in a tag sale..yes its old...and cant find any info. Email: pheus04@sbcglobal.net
Thanks, Bruce

   RE:FOR SALE:   velocipede posted by Ken on 7/22/2005 at 7:39:55 PM

   RE:FOR SALE:   velocipede posted by graham blackman on 3/3/2008 at 3:16:24 AM
Hi my name is Graham Blackman. I too have a michoux boneshaker velociped. I have owned it for about twenty years and paid $17k for it when I purchased it. I am looking for a buyer and would not take any less than $150k australian. I know they are rare. If you have any luck in selling please keep me in the loop.
Regards Graham

MISC:   torque posted by: brian on 7/14/2005 at 4:28:41 PM
is this the website that has the list of what torque should be used for each bolt if so were is i t if not does any body know the website its at

   RE:MISC:   torque posted by Ken on 7/22/2005 at 7:37:30 PM

MISC:   1930's Monarch posted by: John on 7/13/2005 at 6:34:36 PM
Recently I came across a 1934 (?) Monarch Silver King Ladies that was for sale. It is in good shape, even the origional handlebar grips are good. I don't know if it is over priced at $5oo or should I jump on it? Are tires hard to find? Could someone who knows these bikes help me? THX J

   RE:MISC:   1930's Monarch posted by Gordon on 7/13/2005 at 11:21:43 PM
I'm assuming this is the Monark aluminum model? (Monarch was much earlier than the 1930's.) If it is indeed all original and in good shape, then it may be worth $500. However, make sure it has the correct stainless steel fenders and the stepped rims. Both of these items are hard to find (read "expensive"). It should also have I believe, aluminum handlebars and truss rods. Tires of the correct size (24 x 2.125) should not be a terribly difficult item to find.

MISC:   schwinn deluxe breeze price needed posted by: alan on 7/13/2005 at 12:03:46 AM
Hi i have a almost mint condition ladies schwinn deluxe breeze with headlights and generator and the old spring tassles on it how much is it worth

   RE:MISC:   schwinn deluxe breeze price needed posted by Marty on 7/13/2005 at 4:48:42 PM
Its not worth alot,you could sell the lights for more than the bike would bring.If its a good rider??That is where the most value is.Ladies and girls bikes you will find in much better shape than mens bikes because girls were not as rough on them as the boys were,so there is alot of them out there in good condition.Because of the economy the bike market is soft,and you can go to a discount retailer and get a new bike for under $100.00.

   RE:RE:MISC:   schwinn deluxe breeze price needed posted by kim on 7/14/2005 at 11:38:52 AM
Actually, I'd think the Schwinn Deluxe Breeze would be a much better quality bicycle then the ones sold at discount stores.
I would suggest selling the lights and ridnig the Breeze, or sell the Breeze to someone living in a bike-friendly city or a college campus.


   RE:RE:RE:MISC:   schwinn deluxe breeze price needed posted by jamie on 7/30/2005 at 5:55:20 PM
I have a schwinn breeze 3 speed . would like to know how to take back wheele off to change the old tire, and do I have to use s-5 or s6 tire on it or can I use a tire 26x1 3/8 like you would buy from walmart?