Vintage 3 Speed English Bicycles

Asian Bicycles

Bridgestone Youngway

It turns out that this bike is indeed a Bridgestone Youngway.

The store that I bought it from decided to remove all of the lights and horns etc and threw them in the garbage!

Although I quite liked this bicycle It was too small for me so I gave it to a young woman I work with who will get more use out of it.

p1090101 3306047312_8d09bb1287_bIt originally would have looked something like this.

ae8d2db1e433feb11d513193475581f9df774b04The used bike shop that I bought it from decided that all of the lights and racks etc. were not an incentive so stripped the bike and threw it all in the garbage…..

The bike below just showed up on Kijiji Toronto.

The same bike re-branded as a Supercycle for Canadian Tire.

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Chinese Bicycle on Queen Street

Spotted on Queen West this past weekend a newly purchased LarkLark bicycle, made in China, year unknown.


Keeping Your Bikes Organized.


Super Rare Japanese Children’s Bicycle

Found in the basement of an east end antique store. Sadly, it’s not for sale…

It even retains it’s fender crest.