1941 "50" Series Motobike Equipped Model F59T
Fully restored by MrColumbia
Stewart Warner Floating Front Hub
Persons No. 219 Rear Reflector
1923 Columbia Standard
Motobike, Model A9.
28" wood steel armored rims. Original (hard as a rock) single tube
tires. This bike will stay the way I found it.
1946 Compax Paratrooper
All original condition. This was the first take apart Compax made after the war. The frame decal re-used from
pre-war models only reads "Sports Traveler" with the logo "Compax the folding bike" between the words
Sports and Traveler. The "Paratrooper" name first used after the war on this model is only found on the headbadge.
Later models would have a "Paratrooper" decal on the frame including "Parachutes".
to note on the Compax bikes is they were always advertised as "The Folding Bike" but nothing except the handlebars
realy folded at all. The frame was take apart.
1936 Streamline Motobike
Equipped Model A69TB
This is one of the many "Westfield Made Bikes" from
the 1930's badged with a name borrowed from the old "American Bicycle Company". This
one with the Crawford name. Dispite which namebadge used, all these Westfield Made bikes were the same and could be found
in the "Westfield Made" catalog.
1929 Columbia Bicyclet
By the mid 1920's the bicycle industy had changed toward childrens bikes. Tricycles, and inexpensively
made two wheelers for small children were available in all sizes and shapes. Columbia called this 16" wheeled bike a
Bicyclet. It had hard rubber tires and was geared low for small kids on their first two wheeler.