Original vintage bicycle magazine articles display wonderfully matted and framed. Unique old collectibles for Andy's Bicycle Shop, California Safety Laws for Bikes, Comforts Cycle Center, Glendi Higgins, Inwood Cycle, Richards Cycle.
Original vintage magazine article ANDY'S BICYCLE SHOP in Manhattan, NY more. Joe Ottofaro, owner of Andy's Bicycle Shop at 347 East 14th Street, New York City, NY. Fighting The Discounter in Midtown Manhattan. Sales & Repairs. Article by Linden Post. Old 1963 bicycle industry article.
Original vintage bicycle magazine article for CALIFORNIA ADOPTS NEW SAFETY LAWS FOR BIKES more. New laws designed to cut down on the number of deaths and injuries among bicyclists effective September 20, 1963. Bans freak bike parts, no riding on the sidewalk, must have at least on hand on the handlebar, no hitching of rides on another vehicle, must have light on the front and reflector on the rear at night, and more. Old 1963 bike article. less
Original vintage bicycle magazine article, GLENDI HIGGINS Fairground Ave, of Greensboro, NC more. He Traded His Ulcers for Bikes and Success. Arnold, Schwinn & Company dealer. Article by C.A. Paul. Old 1963 bike industry article. less
Original vintage magazine article, SCHWINN DISTRIBUTORS REVIEW SALES LEAP WITH CAPTAIN KANGAROO, Pictured is: "TV's Captain Kangaroo (Bob Keeshan) center, presents Charles McCormick of Chicago Cycle with Schwinn Award for year's biggest percentage sales gain while President Frank V more. Schwinn, at right, smiles approval. At left, Joe Bernstein of Petee Cycle shows plaque received for outstanding sales achievement and Bob Wilson of Harry Wilson Sales Agency holds cup, awarded Wilson firm as Schwinn distributor with most bike sales per capita."
The photo at the bottom shows the Re-Elected officers of Schwinn Cycle Distributors Association as President Howard Johnsen, Vice President Bill Stedman and Treasurer Bill Ash. Secretary Loye Ross was not present for the picture.
Original vintage bicycle magazine news from SHIMANO AMERICAN CORPORATION, Shimano Derailleur, "Shimano American Corp more. this month became the first manufacturer of multi-speed bicycle transmissions to offer a factory engineered 4 speed derailleur combined with a 3 speed hub to product a 12 speed bike transmission. Shimano calls it the Combi-12." Old 1966 manufactures news bike industry magazine article.
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