Vintage schwinn dating
You won't believe how nice this bike looks now that it is cleaned up.Had very few miles of actual use as evidenced by lack of wear on components and bearing surfaces! I took it to Wastyn Cycles hoping Oscar would let me know if the bike had been made by them but he didn't think so.There is commentary in the article about the logo itself as follows: "This is the Classic Schwinn Headbadge on my old Schwinn Tourer" Because it is a non-free logo, there is almost certainly no free representation.Any substitute that is not a derivative work would fail to convey the meaning intended, would tarnish or misrepresent its image, or would fail its purpose of identification or commentary.
The head badge also has a number on it: 1025 which would put it as made the 102nd day of either 1975 or 1985.
[Atom] [Brooks] [Campagnolo] [Dia-Compe and Weinmann] [Huret] [Maillard] [Normandy] [Nitto] [SR (Sakae)] [Sachs-Huret] [Shimano] [Strong] [Sansin] [Sunshine] [Sun Tour (Maeda)] [Sugino] [Tange] [Williams] [Dancing Chain] [Saddles]The date of manufacture of a bicycle's components can often be used to determine the date of manufacture of the bike itself.
Some bike parts have a date code cast or stamped into the piece.
If you would like to be added to the list, please email us with your name and the serial number of your Paramount or Superior.
Please make note if you have a Waterford Provenance Report for your Paramount: The Headbadge - Email The bicycles listed here are not for sale.