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Page 7 - Raleigh F3 Tommahawk, Roadmaster Sportster, The Swing Bike, Santosa Chopper, Super Cycle The Wedge and the Sky Way 5sp.

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    Raleigh Formula 3 Tomahawk, Metallic gold green. Three speed trigger, blank console, special seat, sprung sissy, 16"x10". This is the coolest young kids bike that I have ever seen. Cast alloy mag wheels and caliper brakes. Listed for about 50 pounds in 1975. Thanks to Darren, again.  
   
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  Roadmaster Sportster. Motor sounds, speedo and full Harley Davidson Sportster look. 20" single speed bought for my oldest son early 1990's. The neighborhood kids made fun of him, so he refused to ride it. His little sister bought it and loaned it to the museum. Thanks to Maggie Barnard    
   
 

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    The Swingbike is a stunt bike disguised as a Muscle bike.16x20, shortie bobbed rear fender, banana seat and ape hanger bars. Pastel avocado green. Dual spring keeps the rear fork in line, unless you apply pressure with your torso and swivel the midframe at an angle to the wheels. I have ridden nothing that commands as much attention as this bike. I have also never been dropped to the ground as deceisively as this bike has pimp slapped me to the planet in front of the adoring crowds. See below for action photo!  
   
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  Santosa Chopper. Yeech! This is a low quality copy of a Raleigh Chopper. Shimano 3speed wheel and stick shifter. The head badge says China. The grips have a cool reflector in the ends. Raleigh tooling was not used to make this.    
   
 
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  Canadian Tyre Company. Supercycle "The Wedge" 16x20 three speed orange paint and pinkline tyres. 2 part seat with tall sissy bar, unique use of tube and sheet metal frame, plastic guard and crazy handlebars. C6 this is about the lower limit for inclusion in the museum. See below for advert!  
 
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  Skyway 5speed. Pearl and black paint with two tone seat and sissy pad on a tall sissybar. Stick shift extending through a fake metal gas tank. The seat is supported by thick adjustable steel bar. Fake shocks stabilize the rear  from the drop out to the seat mount. 24" rear wheel and 20" front wheel have matching whiteline tires. Triple tree front fork supports the tallest, oddest handle bars I have seen. Fenders are stripped and embossed. Made in Japan.     
   
       
         
     
   
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