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  • The Schwinn Bicycle Company was founded by German-born mechanical engineer Ignaz Schwinn (1860-1945) in Chicago in 1895, became the dominant manufacturer of American bicycles through most of the 20th century and is now an out-sourced sub-brand of Pacific Cycle, currently owned by the multi-

  • Since 1895, America's bicycle brand

  • Krates is a 1913 Dutch silent drama film directed by Louis H. Chrispijn.

  • (Kration) The K-ration was an individual daily combat food ration which was introduced by the United States Army during World War II.

  • Schwinn trademark for a family of wheelie bikes. These have become quite valuable to collectors.

  • (bike) bicycle: ride a bicycle

  • A bicycle or motorcycle

  • (bike) motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

  • (bike) bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

schwinn krate bikes - The Krate

The Krate Name in History

The Krate Name in History

This book is part of the Our Name in History series, a collection of fascinating facts and statistics, alongside short historical commentary, created to tell the story of previous generations who have shared this name. The information in this book is a compendium of research and data pulled from census records, military records, ships' logs, immigrant and port records, as well as other reputable sources. Topics include:
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1973 Schwinn Orange Krate

1973 Schwinn Orange Krate

Original frame paint. Last year of original Chicago built Krate line bicycles manufactured from 1968-1973. Refurbed and SOLD May 2010. The first and last time I ever want to buy, refurb, and sell one of these collectable Schwinn Krate and/or Sting Ray type bicycles. These Krate bikes and the parts for them are ridiculously overpriced in my opinion. It cost me so much for parts that needed to be replaced (seat, chainguard, hand grips etc.) that I barely made any profit for my labor, if not having just broke even. It didn`t sell on EBay since the Krate fans were drooling and way more interested in a so called "barn find" completely rusted rough condition 1968 first year Orange Krate that desperately needed a full restoration and parts replaced. That rusted bike sold for a hefty price....even though it looked like crap.....all because it was all original. This particular bicycle here had been converted to a 3 speed Sturmey Archer shifter and rear wheel from a Raleigh Chopper by the original bike shop that sold it new, most likely to avoid any liability since the US government in 1973 outlawed the 5 speed top bar Stik Shift and considered it dangerous, especially for boys, for obvious reasons. These Krate line bicycles were not manufactured for 1974 and later, not till the non-Chicago replicas were made decades later. Even though this particular custom reliable Sturmey-Archer of England 3 speed probably ran better than the clunky 5 speed derailler original version, the non-stock custom conversion killed it`s vintage value.

Schwnn Fastback & Schwinn Orange Krate

Schwnn Fastback & Schwinn Orange Krate

I can only imagine how it was in the 60's when kids would park their bikes in front of the house.. haha..

schwinn krate bikes

schwinn krate bikes

C. M. Wielands Sämmtliche Werke: Bd. Menander Und Glycerion. Krates Und Hipparchia (German Edition)

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