BOTEN/10/X (Indian cycle) Done and dusted!

Yes this will be my forth Indian bike but will actually be a cycle.

In the 1920s Indian produced Bicycles in the hope they would
sell on the back of their motorcycles success. Can't really find
much on the net on them other than the site below.
http://www.oldbike.eu/museum/1920s-3/1924-2/1924-indian-motocycle-co-motobike-model-151/

My dona bike a girls Malvern Star (well known Aussie brand)




Be keen to hear if anyone else has more on these bikes? Thank you.
 
Mar 26, 2012
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Yes this will be my forth Indian bike but will actually be a cycle.

In the 1920s Indian produced Bicycles in the hope they would
sell on the back of their motorcycles success. Can't really find
much on the net on them other than the site below.
http://www.oldbike.eu/museum/1920s-3/1924-2/1924-indian-motocycle-co-motobike-model-151/

My dona bike a girls Malvern Star (well known Aussie brand)




Be keen to hear if anyone else has more on these bikes? Thank you.
I have heard of the Malvern Star Bikes. They made a muscle bike called the "Malvern Star Dragster". Australia Post had a stamp of it as well that I used as my avatar for a while.
 
Wow you've gotta love that Coronation bike, curves baby!
Managed to get this thing welded up the other day, only
took these pic's today, even after treating the metal she
has rusted a whole bunch! Life near the ocean!





Spent some money on this one, found a discounted Brooks
saddle and gee-whiz they sure are nice!


Also some correct era coke bottle grips.


Try and get her together for a mock up pic soon,
wow there are some way cool bikes this BO!
 
Apr 1, 2014
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Nice job on the frame! I am going to put my build off bike frame under the knife today! Hope it comes out half as good as yours.:thumbsup: