This is a bike I recently added to my personal collection. It is an early 1970's Frejus, purchased from the original owner. The bike was purchased from the Di Campli (sorry if that is the improper spelling) brothers shop on Quince St. in center city Philadelphia back in the early 1970's (72'-or 73') The … Continue reading Recent personal acquisition: Early 1970’s Frejus a’la Legnano
Awesome customer’s bike: Early 1970’s Pete Matthews
This bike belongs to one of our best customers. He recently acquired it and brought it in for us to assemble / service. He rode it for the The Great British Bike Weekend that happened over the weekend here in Philly. It is an early 1970's Pete Matthews. Mr. Matthews is mostly known for … Continue reading Awesome customer’s bike: Early 1970’s Pete Matthews
Awesome Customer’s Bike: 1940’s Carlton
This is a bike we recently put together for one of our customers. It is a 1940's Carlton that belonged to his father. I always love it when bikes are passed down from one generation to the next and are put back into service. He had it painted a nice forest green color and … Continue reading Awesome Customer’s Bike: 1940’s Carlton
Cool shop bike: Le Chemineau diamond (men’s) framed bike.
Last year I profiled the Le Chemineau ladies bike we have here at the shop. Le Chemineau ladies bikeThis is the men's (diamond frame) mate to it. These bikes came to us as a pair several years ago. The ladies bike is more deluxe than this bike, but it is still very cool. … Continue reading Cool shop bike: Le Chemineau diamond (men’s) framed bike.