Vintage Muscle Bicycles


Vintage muscle bikes are easy to spot by their unique features. Learn about vintage muscle bikes from a bicycle expert in this free video series.

Series Summary

Vintage bicycles are different than antique and classic bikes. Vintage typically means more than thirty years old. An antique bicycle is generally going to have wooden rims and they may have a steel cladding over them. People tend to use the terms classic bicycles and vintage bicycles interchangeably. A classic bike could come from many different eras maybe only five years old, it's generally some model that had some defining factor that changed the way bicycles are looked at or there is something unique about it In this free video series, let a vintage bicycle expert show you how to spot a true muscle bike. A muscle bike has some very unique features such as a banana seat or saddle. The handle bars are often called ape hangers or monkey bars. Learn about frame features, fork styles, hubs, brakes, chain guards, fenders, racks and lighting. Finally he will show you how to locate the serial number on a muscle bike and how to use that serial number to find out how old your bike is. Find out if you've been cruising around on a true vintage muscle bike or just some replica.

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