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Old 03-12-12, 08:41 PM
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1956 Schwinn Traveler

Today, when I went for a ride on the C&O Canal, I noticed a gentleman riding a teal colored bicycle going in the opposite direction. I thought it was a Schwinn, but wasn't sure since we passed each other pretty quickly and I didn't look too terribly hard at the time.

As is turns out, on the return trip I caught up with the gentleman and, as I was ready to pass him, I suddenly realized he was the guy I saw on the outbound trip. I mentioned to him that I thought he had a beautiful bicycle and would like to take a few pictures of it since it was in such nice condition. He said that would be fine and that when we got to the next gate, he would be happy to stop and let me take some pictures.

Once we arrived at the stopping point near mile 55 of the C&O Canal, I started chatting with the gentleman (his name is Joe) about the bike. It turns out, he won the bike in a contest as a young man (I take it he was a teen at the time) and has had it ever since. When I took the pictures the bike had a total of 520 miles on the odometer and had been very well taken care of over the years as you can see from the photos.

I sincerely hope that I run into Joe again, as he is a very gracious man who seems to enjoy the simple things in life and has an appreciation for old steel bicycles that epitomizes the very ethos of those that inhabit these forums.


1956 Schwinn Traveler - 4 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr


1956 Schwinn Traveler - 3 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr


1956 Schwinn Traveler - 1 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr


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1956 Schwinn Traveler - 7 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr


1956 Schwinn Traveler - 8 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr


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That bicycle is so fun!!
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Originally Posted by jjhabbs View Post
That bicycle is so fun!!
Were it not for the fact I had just met the gentleman, I would have asked him if he'd mind me taking a spin, but I was happy just to get the pictures. You can eat off the paint on the bike, it is so clean!
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Great bike! And neat period accessories. I especially like the horn. Thanks for sharing.
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Man, I've always wanted one of those.
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Great bike! And neat period accessories. I especially like the horn. Thanks for sharing.
I'm just glad I spotted the bike and that Joe was so obliging. The entire bike is just so cool. He actually demonstrated the horn for me. It is just too cool atmo!

I got the impression from talking to Joe that he's a gearhead and loves talking about and working on mechanical stuff. I should have gotten his number because I'd love to get some more pictures of the bike. As is turns out, he mentioned one of the bike shops where I know the owner and I'm going to see if I can reach out to him and see if I can manage to get some better pictures and a ride on this beauty... I'm disappointed I didn't seize the opportunity to ask him as we were talking. Oh well, live and learn...
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Originally Posted by sailorbenjamin View Post
Man, I've always wanted one of those.
Funny thing is that I've never really noticed them before, but I can see that Schwinn really paid a lot of attention to detail on this bike. The fork crown is unlike any I have seen and you can see the fit and finish is second to none! Other than a Paramount, I'd have to say it is the finest Schwinn of that period that I've ever seen. Granted, I'm not a Schwinn expert by any means, but if this is what they are like I'm ready to start looking for one of these myself. Just don't give me too much competition, please?
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If he was a teen in 56, he is up there in age. Cudo's to you in being respectful. I'm sure he will let you ride it-if only in appreciation of your respect. I'm on the downside of my 50's; and feel a bit paranoid of younger people. I guess that will pass into a "I don't give a crap-take the bike-its only a thing'-in my advancing years. Really-this short story has warmed my heart. Hope you can reach out to him.
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If he was a teen in 56, he is up there in age. Cudo's to you in being respectful. I'm sure he will let you ride it-if only in appreciation of your respect. I'm on the downside of my 50's; and feel a bit paranoid of younger people. I guess that will pass into a "I don't give a crap-take the bike-its only a thing'-in my advancing years. Really-this short story has warmed my heart. Hope you can reach out to him.
I'm not sure if his age, but think that he is retired based on the time of day he was out and some comments in our conversation. I'm now pushing into my late 40's and, thankfully, I'm not very intimidating to most folks. I've also over the years learned to be very deferential to folks, especially those older than me which probably helped some.
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That's a beautiful bike and the owner has kept in very nice condition. Thanks for posting it!

FWIW, I think that bike is a bit older than '56. Not sure when the decal package changed, but here is my '56 Traveler(please excuse incorrect fork and wheel reflectors).

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That is a beautiful original Schwinn including the winged head badge. The badge was only used on Travelers. This is my 1962 which was missing the head badge but other than that was a complete original bike including Schwinn branded tires. Roger
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Photogravity, what a nice encounter! The '50s Schwins are very classy. My only challenge would be that 3 speed IGH does not give me enough gearing for even short rides in NH.

I see that Mile 55 is near Brunswick. I do remember that area from my Boy Scout days.
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Originally Posted by Sierra View Post
That's a beautiful bike and the owner has kept in very nice condition. Thanks for posting it!

FWIW, I think that bike is a bit older than '56. Not sure when the decal package changed, but here is my '56 Traveler(please excuse incorrect fork and wheel reflectors).
Indeed the bike is in phenomenal condition. He is so concerned with preserving the paint as he rides it that he covers the seat and top tubes with pipe insulation! Of course, the pipe insulation has the side effect of preventing damage to the family jewels should a sudden stop put them in an awkward place, if you know what I mean.

As far as the year of the bike, I went with what he told me. I thought about getting the date code on the hub, but didn't want to push his generosity too much. I really like the transfers on that bike. They have an art deco-ish feel to them that adds to the panache atmo.

Oh, and your Traveler is quite nice, despite the reflectors. You gotta love the purple on those old Schwinns!

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Originally Posted by rhenning View Post
That is a beautiful original Schwinn including the winged head badge. The badge was only used on Travelers. This is my 1962 which was missing the head badge but other than that was a complete original bike including Schwinn branded tires. Roger
Roger, very nice! It appears your bike was in very similar condition to that of my 1951 Hercules Lion that is original down to the Dunlop tires. The tidbit on the headbadge is good to know as I was unaware that they were exclusive to the Traveler.

So the tires you have on it in the pictures, are they the originals or replacements?
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Thanks for sharing the story and the photos! The Traveler's fork crown reminds me of the one that was used on the earlier New World models.

You've inspired me to attempt to strike up a conversation with other cyclists that I see on the road, I wonder how many would be agreeable to me snapping photos of their bikes? I spotted a beautiful track Paramount and a vintage Ritchey MTB at the beach on Saturday. I pointed out the latter to a friend who was with me and said "wow, look at that Ritchey!" The rider looked over her shoulder and smiled - nice to see she knew what she was riding
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Such a nice looking bike! The green is something that I wish I would have most of my bikes in. ha
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Originally Posted by photogravity View Post
the bike had a total of 520 miles on the odometer
10 miles a year. You may have sen it on it's only ride of 2012.
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Originally Posted by pastorbobnlnh View Post
Photogravity, what a nice encounter! The '50s Schwins are very classy. My only challenge would be that 3 speed IGH does not give me enough gearing for even short rides in NH.

I see that Mile 55 is near Brunswick. I do remember that area from my Boy Scout days.
I hear you Bob! My town has some really steep hills and I hear as low as I can with 24t cogs and whatnot when it can be accommodated. I've got lot of my 3-speed bikes geared to allow top gear to be my cruising gear and coast down hills.

You are correct about mile 55 being in Brunswick. It is located almost directly under the bridge that crosses the river into VA. You really need to plan another C&O canal ride so you can revisit some old memories and make a few new ones!
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That is a great looking Schwinn!!
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Originally Posted by Chris_in_Miami View Post
Thanks for sharing the story and the photos! The Traveler's fork crown reminds me of the one that was used on the earlier New World models.

You've inspired me to attempt to strike up a conversation with other cyclists that I see on the road, I wonder how many would be agreeable to me snapping photos of their bikes? I spotted a beautiful track Paramount and a vintage Ritchey MTB at the beach on Saturday. I pointed out the latter to a friend who was with me and said "wow, look at that Ritchey!" The rider looked over her shoulder and smiled - nice to see she knew what she was riding
I figured the crown was similar to others of the era. It is über cool atmo.

As far as striking up conversations, I talk to almost anyone that'll listen. I'm not usually shy about trying to strike up a conversation in most cases. It is nice to know that sometimes people know and appreciate the bikes they're riding.
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Breaking News!

Just a few minutes ago I placed a call to the LBS I mentioned in a previous post. I can't help but think that the gods must be smiling on me.

Upon greeting the shop owner he said I had just came up in conversation and when I stated why I was calling, he said Joe was there in the shop. He put him on the line and I was able to get his phone number! Hopefully I'll be able to catch up with him very soon, possibly as early as tomorrow, and get some more pictures and details of Joe's fabulous Schwinn Traveler.

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That is a marvelous bike-

And a very "1930's" style decal scheme.

Too cool.
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What a beauty!
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Nice story,

Amazing condition,like you stepped back in time.

My 60' speedster has a similar headbadge.
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Originally Posted by photogravity View Post
get some more pictures and details of Joe's fabulous Schwinn Traveler.
Get the serial number if you can. I still think this bike is earlier than '56 and the s/n will date it.
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