“And it sure beats being wedged between college students in the back of an Uber Pool,” Satenstein added with a smirk.
But seriously: There’s an element of surprise and adventure to biking that’s impressive to potential dates.“It shows that you have somewhat of a dangerous quality about you,” Satenstein continued.
The rest have been acquired used, primarily at garage sales.
Bike technology, of course, changes, but nowhere near as fast as computer technology.
This Streamliner is owned/restored by Nathan Pence and was painted by Dave Stromberger. The 1937 Roadmaster Supreme is one of the most desirable pre-war bikes.