Toys of the Seventies, 10 Speed Bike

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A bike with ten different speeds and a drop handle bar. Great for teens to get around town on.
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John - August 10, 2008 - Report this comment
My main form of transport from 1976-1982. The one that survived from '76 thru '80 was spray-painted very shiny gold (even the wheels) in 1979 as this WAS the Disco '70's. Poor Dad thought I had come out of the closet.
Rob Lambert - February 25, 2017 - Report this comment
Found an ad for Schwinn in a 1962 Archie comic book. A 10-speed bike retailed at $140. Also, from 1962 to '64, "Captain Kangaroo" was a paid spokesman for Schwinn on his daily show. From 10-speeds down to tricycles, Keeshan had them all on the set. He told parents to write Schwinn in Chicago or see a bike dealer. Kellogg's, regular sponsor of "Kangaroo," wanted full-show ad time, so Schwinn was dropped, along with Play-Doh.

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