Schwinn Paramount Track

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This 80s-era Schwinn Paramount “Pista” (Italian for track) has recently been added to Vic’s collection at the shop. Arnold, Schwinn & Co., founded in Chicago in 1895, created their first top-of-the-line Paramount in 1938, it was produced until 1994. While Schwinn had a reputation for building mass-produced balloon-tire bicycles for kids the Paramount line had a reputation as a finely crafted, relatively light-weight racing bike. This frame was made by Paramount Design Group at Waterford Precision Cycles in the USA … Read More

Finding Mental Clarity, Physical Wellness Through Yoga

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Tab’s View is a great new online ‘zine headquartered in a restored historic storefront office in Germantown. Founder and publisher Tracy Beale has created a resource for locals who are passionate about life. Writer/photographer Nerissa Sparkman is an “artist, yogi, rebel, and activist with a gypsy heart”. In the first-in-a-series of stories on fitness and yoga, Nerissa drills down into the psyche of Victor Miller, to bring out his untold story. From a dysfunctional family as a child, then feeling … Read More

Vic’s Tie-dye Jersey

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Psychedelic tie-dye art from the 1960s & 70s returns with brightest, most eye-catching cycling jersey ever. Vic’s Classic Bikes Tie-dye Cycling Jersey is already world-famous! These custom jerseys are produced by Jakroo and have become so popular we’ve already placed a second order. The standard-cut design provides a balance of convenience, comfort and performance with moisture-wicking fabric, three cargo pockets, and a really nice zippered fourth pocket on the back, plus an elasticized waist and full-length hidden front zipper. Available … Read More