Vintage Bikes on Display

We're passionate about bike culture... Here in Charleston and as a whole. We keep an original 1885 high wheeler (a penny-farthing bike like the one in our logo) on permanent display. Our goal is to keep a rotating exhibit of vintage bicycles from our shop owner’s private collection to ensure that there is always something interesting in store. Vintage bikes currently on display include:

  • 1930s Ganna - Museum-quality racing bicycle equipped with a Vittoria Margherita shifter, Luiggi  Ganna won the first edition of Giro de Italia before starting the production of these bicycles
  • 1938 Bianchi Folgore - Equipped with the first shifter in the Campagnolo line, Cambio Corsa
  • 1949 WOLF -  Used by a Swiss bike company team whose rider Gottfried Weilenmans won Tour of Switzerland in 1949, equipped with a Super Champion shifter
  • 1950s Cinelli Track Stayer - From our owner's native club KS Cracovia in Krakow /Poland
  • Late 1960's Masi Special - Italian made road bike
  • 1996 GT Road Bike - Atlanta Olympic/USA National Team bike
  • 2000 GT Superbike Track - US National Team Edition
  • 2000 Look 296 Track - Ridden by Lucy Tyler-Sharman
  • Vintage Colnago and Guerciotti - Time trial bikes

As Charleston’s oldest bike shop, we've seen a lot. We invite you to visit the shop to see our collection as we celebrate timeless, two-wheeled fun.