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Apr
26

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The award winning VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW brings you the best television coverage of all aspects of the classic, stock, custom and hot rod car hobby. Over the past 20 years the VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW has taken viewers to America’s best car shows, museums, private collections and restoration facilities.

The show’s host Lance Lambert and producer & director Tim Stansbury have taken you along to see everything from the world’s most valuable Ferrari to riding in a restored World War II tank. Automotive celebrities such as Jay Leno, Chip Foose, Boyd Coddington, George Barris, Gene Winfield, Troy Trepanier, Vic Edelbrock, Blackie Gejeian, Pete Chapouris, Joe Bailon, Randy Clark, Troy Ladd, Jimmy White, John D’Agostino, Mike Lavalle, Rick Dore, Ed Roth Jr. and Ed Justice have shared their design and construction secrets and taken you along on tours of their collections and shops.

Everything from house painted and chicken wired Cuban cars to multi-million dollar Classics have driven across your TV and computer screens on the VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW.

    

The VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW show is broadcast on 100 stations across the US and on TV networks in 27 foreign markets. Consult your local listings for times and stations. It can also be seen on streaming video by visiting www.vimeo.com or www.youtube.com 

CONTACT THE VINTAGE VEHICLE TV SHOW AT 

206 362 2530
800 362 1551
vintagevehicle@gmail.com

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Apr
21

American Vintage Bicycles

American Vintage Bicycles

Collecting American Vintage bicycles is a hobby many people don’t understand until they’re deeply immerged within their newly-forming obsession. Even those who love bicycles and bicycling, as I do, don’t know much about the world of classic bicycles. It seems we’re too busy concentrating on the newest or latest bicycling fads, equipment, and technology.

After starting my first website about Bicycles and Bicycling, I’ve discovered a whole new world of cycling with vintage and old bicycles. After bidding on my first vintage bike on eBay, this beautiful Elgin bicycle, I was hooked.




Vintage Electric Bikes

Vintage electric bikes were developed for multiple reasons — the thrill of the ride, helping save gas and carbon emissions from automobiles, getting great exercise, and essentially helping the planet.

Vintage is a transportation company established in 2013 in Santa Clara, California, that engineered and designed its first electric bikes with a vintage aesthetic and world-class engineering. Today, Vintage’s electric-bike engineering has evolved to include a variety of models, from a powerful commuter bike to a rugged off-roader, all integrating the brand’s design ethos.  All of the models are engineered for speed, and outperform other electric bikes on the market. They use lithium-ion batteries paired with direct drive rear hub motors.

Social Distancing made easy with the Vintage Cafe Electric Bike

But during this time when social distancing and personal separation strategies have become so needful, Vintage is launching a new special edition 2020 Cafe bike with up to a 60-mile range, allowing riders to experience exceptional outdoor rides while also exercising safe and now needful social distancing.

The new 28 mph Cafe series also features increased storage capacity with new Suffolk pannier bags, designed to help riders comfortably stow and transport essential travel items for short or longer bike trips.

“As people continue to exercise caution in their daily lives for public safety, we want to remind everyone that Vintage as a brand was built on the idea that riders may use our bikes to improve their lives by forgoing conventional transportation,” Andrew Davidge, Founder of Vintage says. “Regardless of whether someone takes one of our bikes or not, riding instead of taking a car for essential errands is helpful on so many levels: being outside in a safe way, and getting fresh air and exercise while saving gas, all helps people and our planet. And, transporting groceries on the ride back is easier with Vintage’s powerful pedal-assist technology.”  

Vintage Cafe Electric Bike, Bronze

Further, the 2020 Vintage Cafe bike allows riders to explore the road conveniently as a powerful EV machine is capable of speeds up to 28 mph. The bike also doubles as a pedal bicycle. With five power levels of pedal assist, riders can choose the power they prefer with the push of a button. So, the rider can pedal the Cafe like an ordinary bicycle for more exercise, or engage the battery at anytime to experience Vintage’s powerful EV propulsion. 

Vintage 2020 Cafe Electric Bike, Red

The new 2020 Cafe also features more storage capacity with a pair of pannier bags. Made from waterproof, bluesign® material, these Suffolk roll-top panniers include a convenient large outer pocket and additional four-way stretch side pockets to secure groceries or any other essential items, ensuring that riders will be able to pack plenty while running any essential errands. Woven with nylon and cotton blended fabric, the large durable bags weigh 2 pounds for an easy start to any ride while the powerful new 2020 Cafe bike battery allows for easy, convenient and most importantly, safe

Apr
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* Vintage Bicycle Photos | www.Oldbike.eu

The late 19th and early 20th centuries were a time of remarkable innovation in transportation.

This 1905 photo of a bicycle airplane illustrates, with the benefit of hindsight, a remarkable optimism typical of the era.

This is an image-based website. Please be patient, both with the speed of broadband image display and the spare time I have available to keep adding more pictures for you.

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1896 American Bicycle

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1896 Hyde Park, London

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1907 American Bicycle

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1910 American Bicycle

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1910s American

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1900s Bovril War Messengers

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1919 Indian Bicycle

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1920s American Cycle Display

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1920s Russia

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Edwardian Britain

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Mobile Disco

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1935 Milwauki, USA. Mammoth Bike Day

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1946 French Lady on Bicycle

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