1968 Sears Screamer 1. i am the second owner. i purchased this bike as you see it here from a man who had it since he was a kid. i cant see how he took such good care of it. i am under the understanding that Columbia made this bike for Sears. you can usually tell by the chainring. Most Sears bikes of the time were made by Murray. even Screamers of other years that i have seen were made by Murray. the condition you see this bike in now is as i brought it home. it was pouring…
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My parents always bought me sensible bikes when I was a kid, so when I grew up I saturated my life with all the wacky stuff they didn't deem fit. A chopper bicycle was atop both our lists - I wanted one and they thought better of it. I'll admit it's not a very practical ride, but it oozes style in large quantities.
Schwinn Grey Ghost replica only available from Dick's
MADISON, Wis. (BRAIN) — Schwinn, a brand of Dorel Industries, has released a limited 1,400-unit production run of its Grey Ghost Sting-Ray. The bikes will be available only at Dick's Sporting Goods stores and on the retailer's website, for $399.The Grey Ghost was originally sold in 1971.