cleveland welding company

  1. BobbyStillz

    *FOUND* Trade my sprocket for your 26t sprocket

    Hello Party People! I would like to trade for a 26t chain wheel (sprocket) in this design (CWC I believe): I am offering ONE of the following sprockets in trade: 24t CWC Roadmaster NOS 52t WALD I am also open to a Westfield made 26t sprocket. I only seem to find 24t, but if you have a...
  2. BobbyStillz

    1948 Roadmaster Custom

  3. Flying Zombie

    CWC frame/parts

    Looking to see what you fellas have for CWC stuff these days. Shoot me a message with the frames/parts/ whole bikes you've got for sale, please! It's time I get back in the game FZ
  4. TheHoosierNovice

    1950 or 1951 (?) CWC Roadmaster (?)

    Picked up my first (and VERY crusty) CWC frame earlier this Fall for $30. Came with a set of 20-gauge wheels, a straight-trussed Shockmaster fork, and a coat of (lo-and-behold) spray undercoating over everything, but no badge (see 2nd photo). Stripping this "finish" away reveals a pitted but...
  5. topnotchlsx

    Possible pre-war Hawthorne find. Can any identify?

    Hey guys and gals! I bought this bike about 4 months back and am finally doing something with it. I found it at an antique shop and stole the thing for a hefty $10! It was a complete bike. Anyway today I stripped it down the best I could in order to get it into a rider with a few parts. I...
  6. Eilonwy

    How to clean a crusty with oil chain on a 1950 Cleveland Welding Company's Royal Master

    I picked up a lady's Cleveland Welding Company, Royal Master, Roadmaster from the original owner who said it was given to her in 1950. Serial number is C61070 ACw. I've cleaned it up and was very gentle on the original paint. I need to clean the chain as it is thick with old crusty dry oil. It...