Koichi Yamagughi built World Championship time trial frame and fork

     This is a pretty special bike. It was built by Koichi Yamaguchi in the mid 1980's for Huffy Corp. / Mike Melton. It was used in the 1986 World Championship time trial event and then used for the 1988 Olympics as a time trial training bike, where the rear seat stay was broken (see … Continue reading Koichi Yamagughi built World Championship time trial frame and fork

Butler Swap meet pictures

A bunch of early bicycle catalogs including Monarch, Rambler, Sterling, Columbia, Indian, etc. Also the Major Taylor's autobiography - The Fastest Bicycle Rider in the World. Amazing original Columbia Bicycles poster from the turn of the century.Visually appealing display of early bicycle hubs.First year Swing Bike, rare to find with original chainguard.Huffy Radiobike, yes there … Continue reading Butler Swap meet pictures

Catalogs- a very valuable resource

these catalogs are from the 1890s-1900. Esoteric Wheelmen era information but at the same time, very interestng illustrations and unique parts.Gormully and Jeffery, Tribune Bicycles, Columbia made by Pope Manufacturing,  Stearns bicycles, Hoffman(later became Huffy), Packer bicycles, and White Sewing Machine Bicycle

Chrome Carlton Huffy

Here is Matthew's daily city bicycle. Matt has been working at the shop for around 6 years and has an amazing stable of bicycles- including 2 Jack Taylors, Pogliaghi track bike, Schwinn Paramount, and some other bikes that escape me know. This chrome bike is a Carlton built Huffy from the late 1960s. It would … Continue reading Chrome Carlton Huffy