Posted by: Scott TITLE: AGE / VALUE: S.C.P. bicycle
I am looking for infio about a S.C.P.(Standard Cycle Products Ltd.) I recently acquired this bike and it is missing the wheels and rear fender. I am wondering if it~s a ballooner or a middleweight. Has anyone heard of this bike? Does anyone have a picture of what it~s supposed to look like? I~ll post a picture once I get the bike back home. This is an amazing site. Keep up the good work. RIDE ON
Posted by sean park
I just got a "barn fresh" scp bike from the 40~s, maybe 50~s (the tornado wrecked the barn and the neighbour just gave it to me when I asked about it. I plan to restore it whether it~s valuable or not. It~s all there and functioning (the front tire has a minor wobble, but that~s no big deal), but it~s been in the barn for a long, long time. It~s a girl~s bike, so not as rare, but I can~t find any info on the company. Started in ??? Shut down in ??? Any info on SCP?
No pics, sorry.
Posted by ken
from the photo I am of the opinion it had 28" singletube wheels ca. 1920-35.
Posted by Scott
Do you have any pics of it. Mine is missing lots of stuff. I~d really like to see what it~s supposed to look like.I~m not entirely sure of the year of mine. It may be from the 50s. You can e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Lisa
i have a Standard cycle product bike too. A Toronto bike company in 1949. not around anymore but my bike is from the early 50~s.
Posted by Scott
I got home today to find it leaning against my fence.A pleasant surprise.
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