1960's Banana Seat Bike was put at the side of the house and forgotten till the rust found it. ...........Black and White Watercolor
First produced in 1963 by the Schwinn company. The Schwinn "Sting Ray" had the banana seat and high-rise handlebars giving it the look of a "chopper" motorcycle and was an instant hit for the company.
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On today's CapeCast: In 1970, Lisa Brown tried to cross a rickety bridge over the Herring River in Wellfleet on her new banana seat bike--she plummeted into the muddy water and the bike was lost for 40 years until her wife found the rusted remains in the woods!
Some of the brands that have made banana seat bicycles in the past include Roadmaster, Schwinn, Huffy, Troxel, Free Spirit, Western Flyer, Micargi, Iversion, Hero and Sears. The most common types of banana seat bikes were the Beach Cruisers and the Lowriders.
This is another awesome product in the line girls banana seat bikes made by Schwinn. The Schwinn Spirit Girls’ Sidewalk Bike 20″ Wheel comes with the following list of features and components: