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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roadmaster_(bicycles)

Roadmaster is an American bicycle brand currently owned by Pacific Cycle, which in turn is ... As demand for bicycles continued to expand, the company found the need for a new manufacturing facility to keep up with demand. As two- wheeled ...

www.roadmasterbikes.com/about

Roadmaster was established by the Cleveland Welding Company in 1935 in ... Roadmaster manufactured two wheeled bicycles and children's vehicles, ...

www.roadmasterbikes.com/contact

Our customer service department is dedicated to your satisfaction. If you have questions or need advice regarding assembly, parts, performance, or returns,

www.ebay.com/bhp/roadmaster-bicycle

Find great deals on eBay for Roadmaster Bicycle in Complete Bicycles. Shop with ... ROADMASTER pre 1950 bicycle (Cleveland Welding Co). $699.00.

www.livestrong.com/article/350234-the-history-of-roadmaster-bicycles

Aug 13, 2015 ... Roadmaster brand bicycles were first introduced in 1936, being made by the Cleveland Welding Company. The 1936 Roadmaster model bike ...

www.bicycleretailer.com/north-america/2010/02/01/roadmaster-leaves-distribution-legacy

Feb 1, 2010 ... But at one time, one of the biggest mass-market bike manufacturers in the world —AMF/Roadmaster—was headquartered here. Roadmaster ...

www.nostalgic.net/roadmaster-bicycles

Roadmaster Bicycles - The Cleveland Welding Company, makers of Roadmaster bicycles, like other bicycle manufacturers made bikes for many different ...

oldbike.wordpress.com/1949-roadmaster-cycle-american

Aug 15, 2008 ... 1950s AMF Cleveland Welding Co (CWC) Roadmaster Cycle In British vintage vehicle circles, Roadmaster is a name more commonly ...

www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/roadmaster-industries-inc-history

Roadmaster Industries Inc. is one of the largest manufacturers of bicycles and a leading producer of fitness equipment and toy products in the United States.

thecabe.com/forum/threads/how-to-date-a-cleveland-welding-company-roadmaster.26064

Yesterday I found me a 1947 (so told) Cleveland Welding Company RoadMaster ladies bike. The numbers in the bottom of the crank are ...