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  1. #1
    freqazoidiac
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    Canadian Bikes, or CCM ... models, years, ect

    hey there! I have recently aquired a very beautiful vintage CCM bicycle.
    I gather it's from the 1940's... it has the 1937 patent stamp on the rear Hub.

    This ranks as probably the most comfy bike i have ridden, ever. I am just over 6 foot tall and
    i have a hard time finding a bike with a good feel, so i don't feel cramped. This one just opens up
    for me and is one fast bike once you get er up to speed



    I am posting pics in this post, and please i would love it if someone could help me to discover what
    model this bike is and possible year it was released. It appears to have been painted, the original colour
    being a nice sky blue. Not a bad paint job, but I do plan on stripping and repaint this bike..It's a keeper and
    i'm going to pamper this.
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    Ccm serial number guide

    CCM bicycle (Canada Cycle and Motor Company Ltd.) serial number guide. To use the chart, find the letter in the serial number and note where it is located with respect to the other characters.

    1921 A-----
    1922 B-----
    1923 C-----
    1924 D-----
    1925 E-----
    1926 H-----
    1927 K-----
    1928 L-----
    1929 N-----
    1930 P-----
    1931 S-----
    1932 T-----
    1933 V-----
    1934 W-----
    1935 X-----
    1936 Z-----
    1937 -A----
    1938 -B----
    1939 -C----
    1940 -D----
    1941 -E----
    1942 -H----
    1943 -K----
    1944 -L----
    1945 -N----
    1946 -P----
    1947 -S----
    1948 -T----
    1949 -----A
    1950 -----B
    1951 -----C
    1952 -----D
    1953 -----E
    1954 -----H
    1955 -----K
    1956 -----L
    1957 -----N
    1958 -----P
    1959 -----S
    1960 -----T

  3. #3
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    thanks 4 this chart !!! have this ccm ive been trying to date . 1948 mens in wicked shape ! now just gota figure out what its worth ?

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    BTW, it appears to be a Standard Roadster. The chainguard may be a later addition, as it does not appear in any of my literature, though I do not have that particular catalogue.

  5. #5
    Senior Member
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    Stratford Ontario Canada
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    I have a ccm the frame is identical to yours it has no chain guard fenders are different SA hub 1960 something ser# starts with a P My point is they are unreal rides I love it, so does the kid next door hes always taking off on it. And he owns a $1000 Specialzed.

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