Welcome to the world of Upcycling Vintage Bicycle Frames. Yep you heard me right. Just because some bicycle or bicycle frame looks old, worn out and unwanted doesn’t mean it can’t be reused. The term Upcycling comes from the concept […]The post Upcycling Vintage Bicycle Frames appeared first on Antique Outings.
Vintage Coolers of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s were built like tanks and practically weigh as much. I never really paid much attention to these bulky ice chests, but vintage coolers seem to have really become popular. My favorite of […]The post Vintage Coolers appeared first on Antique Outings.
Every now and you will find yourself an owner of an antique or vintage bike. It goes without saying that it will probably need a little Vintage Bicycle Maintenance and TLC. Most bikes you find, while ridable, can always use […]The post Vintage Bicycle Maintenance Part 1 – Hubs appeared first on Antique Outings.
Stewart Warner got their start back in 1912 when the Stewart & Clark company, founded by John K. Stewart, bought the Warner Instrument Company and changed their name to Stewart-Warner Corporation. In the beginning they made speedometers for the Ford […]The post Stewart Warner Bicycle Speedometers appeared first on Antique Outings.
Just thought I would share some of our Vintage Schwinn Bicycles. You can find some really good deals out there on the Schwinn bicycle line. These bikes are bomb proof and are so much fun to ride. They weigh a […]The post Vintage Schwinn Bicycles appeared first on Antique Outings.