MUSCLE BIKE, ORIGINALLY DESIGNED BY GEORGE BARRIS
Columbia bikes were built by Pope Manufacturing Company started by Albert Augustus Pope in Hartford, CT. The company began with the introduction of the ;Columbia High Wheeler; bicycle in 1878. Pope bought Pierre Lallement's original patent for the bicycle, and aggressively bought all other bicycle patents he could find, amassing a fortune by restricting the types of bicycles other American manufacturers could make and charging them royalties. He used the latest technologies in his bicycles—inventions such as ball bearings in all moving parts, and hollow steel tubes for the frame, and he spent a great deal of money promoting bicycle clubs, journals, and races. Until 1896, Pope was the leading US producer of bicycles. This muscle bike was originally designed by kustom car legend George Barris, with its 3 speed shifter, bananna seat with sissy bar and high rise handle bars.
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