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Uknown "B" road bicycle (1920s, USA)
A restroration project on a vintage road-track bike with hand brakes.
It's an unknown American make with a letter B on it's fork crown.
What remains of headbage is a crest with three stars and vertical stripes.
It's got everything as it is, with track drop handlebars and adjustable stem,
Williams crankset, Philco Central Pull brakes with cork pads, Brooks B17 saddle.
The wheels in last year's 2012 archive,
with Fairbanks-Boston laminated wood rims (made in Alma, Michigan, patented May 9, 1893),
BSA hubs, Villiers' Model-De-Luxe 17-tooth freewheel, United States Tire Special Racer 28" tubulars.