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1961 March, AMERICAN BICYCLIST and MOTORCYCLIST, Vol. 82, No. 3
Item# AmBicyclist1961-03 [AmBicyclist1961-03]
Categories: Magazines&Periodicals-Contemporary, American Bicyclist & Motorcyclist,
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The American Bicyclist and Motorcyclist magazine is a consolidation of several prior bicycle publications that were acquired and/or merged through the years. Ultimately, David Meyers purchased the publication and renamed it The American Bicyclist and Motorcyclist. David`s wife, Florence and son Stu were both active in the business. Each monthly issue is full of editorial and advertisements that chronicle the bicycle industry for the period. Howie & his family worked closely with Stuart Meyers for many years. Stu sold the publication in the 1990s and it is currently being published by The League of American Bicyclists, the format is quite different from when the Meyer`s family was publishing; it is now slanted toward advocacy & touring. This issue contains an 8-page catalog of the 1961 line of Evans Brand Bicycles The dimensions are 8 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches.

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Page-19, the first page of a two page brochure for Huffy brand lightweight bicycles produced by Raleigh in England. The company was The Huffman Mfg. Co of Dayton, Ohio. The imported bikes were sold by Wheel Craft Inc of Azusa, California, a wholly owned subsidiary of Huffman.


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Page-20, the second page of a two page brochure for Huffy brand lightweight bicycles produced by Raleigh in England. The company was The Huffman Mfg. Co of Dayton, Ohio. The imported bikes were sold by Wheel Craft Inc of Azusa, California, a wholly owned subsidiary of Huffman.

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