Well I went to go look at a 61' Karmann Ghia and came home with this instead. The headbadge says H.S.B.& Co. Cruso with a rooster on it. I don't know anything about this bicycle let alone this era of bicycle. All I know is that I probably overpaid but I have never owned a wooden rimmed bike before and these rims look like they are in pretty good shape, considering. Now the real question is what to do with it? Both hubs have oilers and the rear has the world's oldest hub-shiner. The seat came unattached up front but it is original to the bike and has Cruso marked on both sides. Pedals look original as does the crank which has a dogleg on one side. The grips are wood and leather. If anybody has any info on this bike I am all ears.