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The

ope Man.ufacturing

Gompany

HARTF'ORD~ CONN~. U. S. A. ARTHUR W. POPE, Chai!"man. ALBERT L POPE. P,esidenl GEORCE POPE. Trea.sure. CtiARLES E. WALKER. Vic;e-Presidenl. JOLlNE,

WILBUR C. WALKER. Secretar)'

LARKIN AND RATI1BONE. Cenlt!"al Counscl


are

built

in

up-to-date et erecte been com-

ffi~s, ThrtfQI'\l. 2

Lonn.


The BicycJe a Present Day Necessity luction

to OUI' Columbia catalog for ninet,ecn hundred eleven hut "the bicycle was coming back." No have bee1'l. made. From every part of th and repeaf orders have come to US dudng th llting in the largestoutput oi bicyc1es ever shippcd Ul anv one year of its thlrty-four years oí successful

is indicatíve oí the fact that the bicycle again occupi in the affections o[ the people. f all this, it is on ly natu ral to anal yze the si tuation and .1e causes Wllich have cornbined to crcate sllch a widespread f the true value oí ehe bíc)'cle in general and to make the wnershíp oí a Columbia bicycle a present day necessity. hat cyding \Vas at one time a fad no one \\rjll deny. The idea that might becon1C of untold benefit c1id not enter into the cot1sideration at al!. On1y the discernitlg few, only those with a IIvision" appreciated the bícycle ror what it \Vas capable oí doing foI' mankind and consequent1y, as is the case with all fads cycling decEned in the estímation oí the public at large and suffered what many believed to be, a permanent de,cEne in populal'iL) . It \vas left to thc discerning few tú sho\V by example that the real possibilities of thc bicycle han never been rightly understood and appreciated at t-hcir trne worth. The result is that the whole poínt oí view has no\\' shífted. 1\0 longer ís cyc1ing ]ooked upon as a fad, it i looked tlpan as a substantial realit-y clothcd wíth every power rOl' gooel. Possessed of an abundance oi red blood. with a full measure or acti{.y and alnbition to do, which perfcct health atone makes possibl..., one may achieve unto practically anything in the \;I,ray of betterment Gesíred. health-giving, need{ul and enjoyable. t;ycling is in the fOI'efron ~:t ,)f (loor cxercise; a fonn of r creatiol1, clcan and rational which tak the burden of the rider into tbc opel1, enrlch ..., the blooa, and dissipates we:uiness that íg bound to COI11 after brain effort and nervous strain. )

3


aicl :

ause for the

h

pre\'ailil1g populari ty of

or In

th

~aved du ring thl"ee years, at .20cts. a da)' ost O f a COIUlll bia bicyclc, " "repail"s for 3 yrs.ยก incl udi ng ti re"" Net saVIl1",.

re

",tI' U

worth living? w appeals so are lllakinQ'

practical


FI'OIl1

the

stand-

oi ecollomy

point

we fmel a t'ea~Oll for the rej n yenation oí cycling.-:\

2'ai n-

hicycle is capable of perforlllUlg ~a ti s factory sCl'\'j ce in tbc cond uct of the blt5ine~s of merdlants, of tele~I'aph and tclephone companics, in fact it may be ami has b('come, increasingl llscfl1l in practically e\'(~ry line oí bllsiness <tdi\'ity that one mig-ht llame. To-day we see ten bicycles whefe bllt )'esterday~ as it were. \\'(' ~aw one. engagcll in t-he comluct oí cOlllmercial and municipal busincs." \\:hy? necause stat istics prove that the bicycle so cng-agecl results in él saving of timc/ of labor ano of mone)'. The

1110St

Tí the

rightly bc applied to an inanimate object, the bicycle has become the willing aH,l efficient c;elTant of aH mank1nd, Xothing has en~r bcen fOUlH.1 to take i.ts place al1d cOllsequently, as the logical alls\\"er to a logical demand, it has come back. In lníndl lJody <lnd estate, mcn ..\'om en and chi1Clt.en ha \'c been benefited hy ils l1se al1tl él realizíllg" sell~e of this hencfit, tC1'1ll

may

ihl'OU12:h knowlcdgc amI experiellce ha t.'!'itablished thc bicycle in tbe minds ami hcarts of rile peoplc, thcre to rema]n fol' all ti me. 5


For the Season of 1912

a complet hild may find

or recreation. for luipmenL f excepngth and

hine wiIl

6


100,OGO l'Olltt(J

Testing Machin!:.

hĂ­ef among the appliances used in thi ti 11 sr mach lne. This machille as her

G

7


CYC 11 11lSt

.and

ctosed has 1cd i1l1pro\'ement

.

In

fact that th adj ustment, of other Inaker_.

no

concealed a:djustdo whatever mav 1 Vhat 1S' tru

T

upOrt

the (:OIl~trLlc-

ce Columbia

crank

are drawn fron'! sheet steel and by th btail1ed, !!reater than if the)' werc mad

Pope

Thc Columbia Cnmk lJanger.

fiOtn


o]ulllb¡"

CIlt1CS ami

L.¡¡~e

Tcmpcl"ed like arlllC)t plates-bclll"ing sUl"hlee 3S h:nd ;¡S fi:1;t~"': i'Hler COfe oC gl"eot tOWl:lllleR.'l.

bi any

,.

amI

fr b

Im.'I"O,·eti Po!'",. TlIrec·PI::ltc Spril1Jl Fork.


erll12'"

i

, which

8 ---"

,

.

~,

10

head and

frame,

th


OPE pedal~ íor 1912 "".iU embod)r the. same quaLlt of matenal and deslgn tha t has U1 past year placerl them in a c1ass apart irom al1 othen. Thcir eqllal cannot be found in the open mal"ket, nor included as a part of the equipment of the general run oí bicycles. If your bicyclc is fitted with a pair f Pope pedals )'ou may be sure that you have the best pedals to be had; the best that it is possible to

P

m(l:ke.

PODe

Pedal~.

HE

two-piece crank hanger constructíon 110W used in Hartíord bicyc1es is a modification of the hanger used in thi type o f machine last season. an examinatlon of the illustratio ... the excellence and simplidty its design wiH be at once apparent. The changes for this seasons u tnake its every part quickly accessible amI an)r needed adjustmen t easy to perform. In fa this crank hanger, together with other retlnemen ts and ímprovements now perfected, have raised the Hartford far out of the das~ of the regular run oí medium priced machines.

T

Hart(Qr·d Two·Piccc

ew DelXlrhHC

Co~~te!"

BTilke.

Con~tnlct¡on.

OASTI).JG down hill \vith one's wheel under perfect control ís an exhilarating sensation that must be cxperienccd to be fully appreciated. \Ye are in position to supply any standard make of coaster brake desired. Probably the l110st serviceable, satisfactory and widcly used coaster brake is the NE\I\T DEPARTURE. In material, in "vorkmanship, ín results obtained in use; its q uality is unsltrpassed and its makers guarantee it against dcfect absolutely.

G 1I

Cr-ank Hanger

Il


ele development. fOI"

It has conclusivcly

aH conditions

preved

of riding. T recommend i...

bJ'ect beín :-. ,f to O'j b distinct h,real' ratí but has become a necessity as \Vell, a and powedul, yet compact and light. bkycle and in outwanl appearance

hainle

n.

"fhe POlle Clminlcss 12

Two·Spccd

lJcar


Saddles for 1912

llape.


HANDLE

Raéilig bar. \iVidtll 21 ~"; dowll or \I.P cun'c, 7Ut"; íorward bcnd, 1"; top tubc, frS" diameter. urnishcd w¡th straight stélll, ii dcsircd. Corrugateu rubber grips. Dail>' Service bié)'dc bar. \Vidth, 22" j down or up curv~. 40"; íorward bend, r Greatcr part oí width :is levd. to support bundle canier, Can be furnished ,:vith forward extcnsion stcm, Corrugated rubber g'rips,

0.6. o.

BARS

lJ

7.

~.

Up

Wiclth

o.

me

;lS

J)iamcler tOI) tubc

dowll

curve

20

:~

2:::

3

18

2

J~O.

1,

cl'cept

cm

!'how

forwanJ

;!~

20 ;,;¡:

3

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J

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5

Fumished

o,

3.5

(1

~:: 18

¡th

l. e:<eept

Cllt

elClen~.ion

l

:3 4,

;~

sh(lw

eXlell!li

n

~tcm 8ml down cun'c

~

" stcm and down curv"

2~

2~

3lh

3 :

íOl"w:ud el'leTlsioll

forwanJ

!h

a

stem

lY.

ií dcsirec.

H

r-ipS

Vulc.anit dctachabl J)Osition. ¡ Cont.tg3ted 1Tubber position.

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ESTFIELP

FACTORY


See page 25

MODEL 212

See pi\ge 2S


I.U)l11]

OI..U~UU

A

(,,;n Al N'L ESS,

TWO路SP~El),

P RTCE,

$l OO.

rODEL 200


MENtS TWO - SPEED CHAINLESS

MODEL 200

Special Fea tu res The POI>e Two-Specd Cear, wbic:h is lllade in eombínatiolt wi!h lile Pope Coaster Brake, Hygicllic Cushion Frame, amI POI>e Spring Fork-the most importanl and valuable mech;lllical devices of recent 'cars-rtrc alt regularly fittell to Columbia Modcl 200 and Model 201, without extra charge, . GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS.-Improved flush joints. 1'" maia tu bes, 20 gatlge. Improl,.'ect .~hort steering head, I~G" diametcr, 16 gaugc. Upper real' fork tubes, oval aud tapered, Seat post cluster oí Columbia. desigll, For§ed íOl'k crown. Tmproved large he-ad cones and cases for ~QJI balls. Cr3.nk brackct droppcd 2~". 28' wheels, Wood rims. Flan~e hubs ",ith spinclle ccnter. Diamond E pokcs, nickc1ed. c!Ollblc buucd and swaged, 32 hont, 36 reaL Cushioll springs to suit respective weilo!hts oí ridcrs (specify weight oí ridel' in ordering).

Regular Equipment

Options ..(

FRA~IE-22",

cnamcl, nickel tritmníllg", R DI s- B lack en &lnel, ti f1e g'Q Id st ri pes, Tm:s-I~" Hartford Single Tuhe No. 80.

am! 26".

(K o

20

i!leh ímme.)

FINlsn-Black:

¡%'l H:lrtíord

Single Tub{'~ t\ o. 80. I~ff, I-)i" G. & J c1incher double tubC!. I~", 1,1,4", I~" Continental Single Cl¡nch doüble tute, motmtéJ On wood rims, stcd lined. 'i', IOI" high, 68" 10\\1. Wheeler Extra, Spil"al sprit1 Christy. Person's Overland. 18" and 22" reversible. H llSSe)'. with COHUgated rllbber grips. Forward extensiOI1. T }1",

r~",

EAR-Combinatlon DDLE-Columbia

oí 92" higb, 68" lo\\'. Special Embossed.

HANDLE BAR-No,

1, 20" reversible. tér, ~" stém. GRIPs-Vu!canite detachable,

%" diam-

CR<\NKS-i',

t:nM_S-3%fl

Pope rubber.

MODEL 201

4" Pope rubber. 3~" and 4" rat trap.

WOMEN'S TWO - SPEED CHAINLESS

pccifications substantin.lty the' same as on ),f ell's l\lorlel 200 with these exceptions: Gl1ards, rea' wheel drcss amlmud guanJs. Gear, combination of 82 high, 63 low. Columbia Special Embossed \\'0 m en' ~at1dte, _Jacobs hubs, ] (andle bar, 18 inches. Cranks, 6~ inches. Pedals. s!4 inch Pope rubber. I>tions-same 3s 011 merl's bicyde exCC'pt frames, lhe stock heights being 22 31ld 24 itlchcs.

TOOL BAG-RoU pattcrn with séparate pockets for tooL. Tools-Nickcled monl,ey wrench, imported long celluloid nd sp~Hmers.

Special Equipment,

telescope

pump,

Perfect

oiler,

tire

repair

kit

Models 200, 201

Stecl Ml1d Guards, front and rcar, on Men's. (Furnisned Stecl Mud Guard, front, on Womcn's (rear regular).

",ithollt

extra charge

if specified in ordering)


OI.U ~t~M

{.;UA1KLESs.

750,00,

MODEL 204

~fODEL 20,s


MODEL 204 Cohlmbia

Chainlcss

with Cushion

Fratne

MEN'S CHAINLESS Price

$&'-00

Model

20 ..

,E;":ERAL SPECIFICATTO:\ S-Improved flush jOílllS. 1" main tuues. 20 gauge. Upper real' íork tuhes, o\l'al and tapercd. Seat post cluster of Columbia design, with binding bolt. Short steering hcad, IV2" diameter. I6 gauge. Forgcd fork Cl'o\:\'n. Improved flllsh head eones and cases, Crank brackct dl'opped 2~". 2S~ wheeh. \Vood r¡ms. Jacobs htlbs with spindle cCntC!', Diamond E Columbia b~1l1head spokes, llickelcd, dO\lhle butted alld swaged, 28 front, 36 rear. ticu. Cushion springs to stlit respective weights oí ridcrs (spedfy wcight o( ríder in ordcril1g),

Options

Regular Equipment FR,\

Mouel 204; j\.'lodel 202;

~l E-22".

'[NlsH-Black

Rnrs-Bláck rlJ{ES-[~"

enamel, nickel trimming ... enamel, fine gold slripes. I-laníord Singk Tube ~o,

GF.AR-74". I)DI ••:.-Cólumbia HM\m.E

BJ\R-No,

ter. ~" GRIPS-

Special

rcversible,

*"

diam-

stCtn,

Vulcanitc dctachablé.

PEDr\LS-J%"

MODEL 205 WOMEN'S Framc

26".

Frame)

j

24"

n

~lItd 26

"[~I/

r 0", 1%"

4" Pope rubber. 3~" and 4" Pope

Pope rubber.

ushioIl

24" and

(CushíOIl

Hartíon..l Single Tuhe, No. 80, G. & J. c1illchel' doublc tube. Itl". r0'J, r~" Continental Single Clinch double tllQe, mountcd on \Vood Tims, steel lincd, 67", 82",9:l' aud T01". \Vhecler Ext ra. spiral sl)ring~. Cbristy, Person's Overland, 13" añd ::n" reversible. Hussey. with c.orru~~Iledrubber grips. Forward extension. I'y:;". I ~".

Emoossed,

1, 20"

:w",

rat trap.

CHAINLESS

Fríe

Too!. BAc-Roll PaUcm wilh separate pockcts for too.~. Toor.s-Nickcled mOrlkey \\'I'ench, Pedcct oiltl'. impOl'tecl long celluloiJ and spanners.

tdesCoflc

pllmp.

tire rel)air

kit

Special Equipment, Models 202, 203, 204. 205. ope Two.Sµeetl Gear wíth Pope Coaster Brakc, Corbin H ub Coaster Rrah, Pope Spring Fork, .. . . . , . . . Stecl Murl Guards. front and rear, 011 ~relljs, (Furnishcd teel Mud Guard, front, OH \Vomen·s. (re;lr regular' " 21

$ [5.00 extra , wilhollt "

.

.

::(tra charge ..i

f(

5.00 extra .

5.00 extra

ií ped1i~d in ordering) U

H


OLlJ~BIJ\

COLUloIllr

~ODEL

~I'ECI"L

... RACER;

Pltl CE,

$ SO, O{ยก

:no


MODEL 210 MEN'S COLUMBIA GE~ERAL SPECIFICATIO:\S-Fl'flme with 1" maill tubes, dialttcter, r6 gaugc. Forgcd fork (:1'0\\'1\. Flush bead eones and irnproved design, oropped 2Yz il1ch\:s. 28" wheels. \Vood rims, Diamond E Columbia ball heacl sl)okcs, doublc buttcd and swagcd, 10TIgimported ccl!u1oid lcle!;cope pmllp, nickded monkey wrcllch, oil

SPECIAL AlISh joil1t5. 20 b'JUg'C, Heau 1%6" cases, %'.t balls. Crank hal1gcr of Jacobs hubs with spindle tcnter. tico, 28 fl'ont, 36 rcar. Tools are a can, tire repair kit 31ld spal1l1ers.

Regular Equipment FR.-\),IE-22". f.'1 NISH-Bláck

""'olumbia Ro.rs-Black

'1" 111I::S-I

*"

GF.r\R-S1 "~o

CIIAIt><-!}ía" AI)J)LE-XO.

Options alld 24", B1ack with Columbia Dlue lIead. London Smoke striped with blue. Nickel plateu íronl forks. Black Columbia Blue band, gold stripe", l~", ]~" Hal'tíord Single Tube, No, l}Í", l!/z". I~" G. & ]. clincher double tube. 1 ~", r~", I ~f' Continental Single Clinch uoublc tube, mOUllted on wood rlms. stéel lineo, -,J. 24 front. S am1 10 rearo :}íG" Di:Htlond Block No. 4.5. \V'beder Extra, spiral sprin~s. \Vheeler ;\0. 3947S. Chrislv. Person's Overlanu. [8" atl'd 22" reversible. Straight slem. lImscy, with corrugated mblJcr g'l'ips.

20"

cnamel. nickcl trimmings, Specia\" 011 lower tube. cnamel, hne gold stripcs, Hartford Sin~le Tube No.

26 and 9 looth spl·ockcts. Roller. Diamono :\0. 6r.

482 N. H,

o. 2, ~w" I'eversible. ~" stem, forwnrd c;.;tctlsion stcm, RIPS- VlIlcatlite dCl3chable, PEIM1.S-3%" Pope mbbel'.

HA~ OLE BAR-N"

topo

~fJ

Cltil NK 5-¡",

MODEL 211

4'" Pope. ntbbeí.

3%", 4" Pope rat trap.

COLUMBIA RACER

GENERAL SPECIFICATIO)JS-Frame with 1" main tubes, flush joints, 20 gauge. Short head, l!}ion diameter. 16 gatlge. Forged íork crOwn. Flush head cones <lnd cases with ~~" balls. ROl1nd ltpper rear fOl'ks. "D" shape lower rear forks. Crallk hanger oi improved design, droppeu 20 taches, \~hcel base 410". 28" wheels. vVood l'ims. Jarobs hubs. Di:unond E Colmnbi" ball hcad spokes, double buUed ano s\\'aged. tied, 23 Cront, 36 reaL, Bag and tools. Distance írom seat mast t tibe to rear rim <lt nearest point. 20:".

Options

Regular Equipment

20'1,

F'RAME-22",

J3lack.

FlNIsu-Black ename) with Columbía Blue hcad, llichI trimmiflgs, namC "Columbia Racer" on lower frame tube, RIMs-Black cnamel with Columbia Rlllc center baml, fine gold stripcs, TlltJ!S-I~" Palmer Road,

Nickel plated Black

llame!, fine gotd stripe ...,

Patmcr Road. Palm('r Racing, 23, 26 íront, R and 9 real'. ;}ír;" Díamond Block No. 45. Whccler Lcaoer. \Vhcelcr 394~. Hussc,r 20" and 22". l''',

1~fJ

r",

l!-i"

24 anU 7 tooth sproékct~, Rolkr. Diamoncl No. 61. ADDI.E-Person's Ir" Racer. H,\}\lJ)Li> BAR-No. 6, 2rV2 " reversible, 7~" dmp. r" forward bcml with forward extension stem, P&D;\LS-3n" !t[l'S-); ew Corrugated Rubber.

Star

CEAR-g6".

CHA1N....iHa"

Special

fmnt forks.

Rac1IlZ,

CRA N' K s--6.VJ".

Equipment for Model 210 5.00 extra 5.00 extra

Pope Spring Fork w Departme Coaster Brake, el :Mml Gtlards, íront and rc~1.í,

:2.00

23

extra


OLUMIlI.o. MODIO!. :.::.

\\'l'fll \"!TU

CoLUMIJI M()IlLL 213

\V lTlI \\'1T1l

SJ I'GL& TunE TlIUlS, CLINc:1U:'1< lJounu: TCBf: TI~

:PRICP., ~40,OO S, P~l~'B, $-,15·(10

IXr.L¡;; TI"'E TillES, t.I:iCIIER DOUBU: TUIlIt 'rIRE!;,

l'lilC&, PlíICt:,

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MODEL 212 MEN'S ROADSTER GENERAL SPECIFJCATIONS-Latcst íramc lines. Frame with 1" maill lUbes, flush joint", .. gat1.gc. ShOít stecring head, 1 }1Í'1 diametcr, r6 gauge, Upper ami lower rear fOI'k tubes oV¡ll aud taperea. lmprovcu crank hanger constructiol1. 2~" drop. Impl"oved head bearings, %:¡" balls, Scat post binding h. Forged fork CI'O""I!. Jacobs bubs with spiudle center, fdt uust proof wasbcrs. 28" 'whcels, \i\fooe! dms. Diamol1d E Columbia b~lll hcad spokes, nickeled, double buttcd and swaged, 28 front, 36 rear tieG. Tmpl'oved chain adjl1sters. attd handle bar eXI)<lmlcr.

Optíons

Regular Equipment ame

atld 24.'1. Azure blue.

topo

To m,ttch, 1}1" and J~" (Sec not 23, z.¡ f ron t. }í/;" Piamond Block K o, Wheeler Leader. \'fe\\' $t¡lIldard Stretchcu Leather (see \'ote). Forward e:-:tensioll. 1S" alld ¿2". I-IusSéy,

20"

:md 9 looth !i1prockeL. Coventry Roller, .... AIJIJLE- \Vhéélér E~tra, spiral springs. F_"'R~lll. ti Al

lS'-Jío"

,

reversible,

~~II

O.

~"

Chcrry

red.

J. combinalion.

~on: or; TlRES-Thc pt"ice of

MODEL 213

::)ADDLES-Person's 1912 O\"erlaud adclle will be furnished on this model at a sm~dl extra charge.

()TE ON

WOMEN'S ROADSTER

llbstantiall\' the same as on )1ell's ~,rodel 212. with lhe tccl rear wheel, clmin ami drcss guat·ds. Gea~, 68. Handle bar, rS itlches, C.'3.nks. 6}S itlChes. PedaL, 3Y-í inch Bridgcport No, 2, combinatiol1. Options-sali:IC as OH Me1\'s, except frames, ahe stock option o[ ",hich is 20 ineh.

Special Equipment, Models 212, 213 pring Fork.. . . eparture CoaSler Brake, . leel }''fud Gllards. front ami l'car, on J:l teel Ml1d Guanl. frónt on l\lodel 21

5,00 extra 5.00 2,00

extr;:

extr<J

1.00 extra


COLU:MlIIA

POi'C

CUSIIJON'

D,/I.ILY

FR.\~I&

'¡¡VleE \VITIr L

BUNDLE

I'IlJ el!,

~;)o, GO

~l()DEL

SU:GLE TVRr. TrRES PRleE, CARIUER EXTRA,

::08

$<10•00 3,OG


MODEL 208

MEN'S CUSHION

FRAME

ROADSTER

E:-"ERt\L SPECIFICATIO~S-Hygjellic Cushion Fr¡lIne wilh springs to suít respective weight { riders (in ordering spcciíy weigln 01 ,'¡der). ['f main tubes, flllsh joilllS, 20 gauge. lmprovcd hort steering head, I~" diamcter, 16 g:mge. Upper and lower real' fork ltlbes onl amI tapercd, hl!proved crank brá~ket tonstructioll, 2Yz" dl:Op. fo~ged fOrk e~ow[l. Ja.,eobs hubs, ,....¡th spindle center, 28 whecls. \Vootl nms. Impl'ovcd head beanngs, ';!l!! balls, Dlamond E Columbia ball head 5pokes, nickeled, double bulted and swaged, 28 front, 36 rea;, tiecl. Bag and tools, Improvcd chain adj uslers, amI hamJlc bar expander.

Options

Regular Equipment FRAME-22".

FI~lsH-Black Rl~[s-Bl<\ek TIRES-I~"

GEAR;-$r"H Al

r-.;-=He

ll

AnULE-No.

·enámcl, nickcl trinll'ning .., enamel, witb gold stripes. Hartford Single Tube 1\0. 77, 16 and 9 tootb sproek Coventry Rollcr. 482

N. H.

B¡\R-;.l o. 3. 20" reversible stcm, GRIPs-Corrugated rnbber. PF.:ElALS-3~" Pope ntbber. HANDLE

U"

'{ " topo

24". Azure blue, Black with blue ee[]tcr. I~"j J%" Ha.rtford No, 77. Continental. Single Clillch double tttbc, mourlted on steel Ufled \\'ood I'ims, l~", IYz", ,"n, .,_ 2'" front. S anel JO rear, :}1n" Diamond Block 1\0. 31. Wheeler Leader. \V'heelel' J94~. K ew Stand,mI Strctcheu Lcathcr. Person's Overland audlc ímnishccl at a slTIall extra eharge. Forward cxtCllsíOll, 18" alld 22", Busscy. 411 Pope

fLlbber,

3%",

4" Pop

rat trap.

RANI<S-¡".

POPE

DAILY SERVICE

The "Pope Daily Service" is specially designed throllghollt íor cveryuay han!, practica! use, alld possesses grcatcr strel1gth and durability than the ordinary plcasurc machinc, Thc {rame is made from extra bcavy gaug'e seamless steel tubing, amI. is strengthcned al the joints b)' our Pope method of internal rc-inforccments. The Stecring hcad áJ1d Forks are exceptionally stl·ong. having hea\')' gauge tubing and e:-:tra large eupS, COrtCSand balls, wbic.h give the necessary strength and support: tor a bundle arriero The Rims are steel 1itled, the Spokes of tandem strellgtb, ami tbe Handle .Bar is re-inforccd alld of special shape to accomtnodate the carrier. This year we nse in thc erank llangcr vcry sub~talltial <lecp seated eoncs and cases turned from the soliJ bar. Pcdals oí cxceptiol1al strcngth are a par of lhc C<)uipmcnt EVERY PART has bee[] deslg11cd or sclcctcd ior tbe hardesl kind oí service and for comfortablc riding. H desircd, this machine wiU be stlpplíed with Columh¡a ll::lmcpl<tle.

Regular Equipment :'ramc, Z2 inch, Fini5h. black enamel, golJ stripes. Rims. wooc1, steel litled. black enamel finish w¡th 'old stripes. Tires, Hartford single tl1be No. 77, l Yz". Gear, 81, 26 and 9 ~prockets. Chain, '}lIt Coventry Roller. Cranks, 7" two-picce, íorgcd. Saddle. \:Vheclcr Extra, spiral spl'ings. Handle Ba!', X o. 7, 22" revel'sible, ]i" top, ~" stem. up curve 4~1I, f01'\vard beml 1". Grips, cormgated rubber. Pédals, Standard motOr eyc1c, rubber. 1'001 Bag élnd 1'0015. Spokes, Diamond E, 32 íront, 36 rCar. Fkmge Hllbs.

Options Frame, 24". 1%". Sprockets, Hussey. Chain,

Finish, Azure blue, Cherry reJ, 24 front, 8 tmd !O rea.r., Saddlc, i1'Ío" Di.lmond Block No, 31• 1\ OTE O~ TIRES .\~D SADDLE-The pricc of tbe Pope tlouble tube tires, Illounted on steel line(l wood Person's Overland Saddle ir wanted, i~

with rlms to m<ttch, Tires. Hartfol'd No, 77. 1ti", \Vbeclcr Leadel'. Halldlc Bar, forwal'd extension; Daily rims,

enlice r

\\'hcn fitted with Continental Clincher 1~fJ, I}1" or J~". and witll

G. & }. tire5,

$4::.00

Special Equipment. Pope Daily Service and ModeJ 208 Pope Spril1g Fork" , B1I!1dle Carrier (on Pope Dai!,)' :,er N~w Dcpartnre CoaSlcr Brake, 'teel Mud Guards, fl'ont and rear,

only

5.00 extra 3.00 extra 5.00 extra 2,00 extra


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HARTFORD

MODEL 214 Hartford

Two-Piece

MEN'S ROADSTER

Crank Hanger

Construction

EXERAL SPECIFICATIOSS-Improved frame desigtl. 1" main tubes. flush joinls, 20 gauge, ,'al réar fork tubes. Short stccring herid. Cr:<lnk bracket uroppcd 2Yz". Improved head bearings, %2" ront. 36 Tcar, Spindlc hubs, ball5. Drop íorgeu fOl"k CI'OWIl, nickeled, :28" wheds. wood rims. 32 spok Is. fmproved dmin adjusters, Xickdcd spokes. Star baH retaillers, Tool bag \V1th full equipment oí t and handle

bar éxpander.

Options

Regular Equipment FRA:.tE-22",

head,

enamc:l, nickel trimming-s.

FIr\lsn-Black

with red centér. fIRES-Fl¡ll'tíord t\ O. 50, single trcad, rVz".

Rnls-Black

tuoe,

with

azur..:

..ingle

plain

and 9 tooth SI)rockeL. J mµorted Rollcr. DLE- ''''heder Comfort No. 394Vz,

Glu\Il-SI".

Gray

1>1\,IC

tube, plaill

H,\J~-'Y.Il"

20"

MODEL

215

New

:'I1lc1a rd

reversible

HARTFORD

WOMEN'S

ROADSTER

Genel'al specificatiolls of 1'[odd 2f 5 are substant;'1Uy the satne ns 01\ )'{cn's l\1{ouel 214 with thc o:xceptiolls: Steel rear \\'hcel, chain ¡¡f1(1dr('ss g'uards. Gear. 68. \Vhcdcr saddlc No, 498 with coi) prill~s. Handle bar, 18 inches. Pcdals, 3Y.í 111Chcombinatiol1. Craf1ks. 60 ¡nches. Options-samc: 11 men's cxcept framc, thc stock option oí which is 20 inch.

Special Equipment1 Models 214, 215 Po¡)e ;..¡- cW tecl tcc\

Spring Fork, Departure COlsler Bl'ak .., ]vlud Guards, front <lnd n~ar. 011 MCII·.,. Mud Guard, íront, 011 WOfllcn's (rear regular),

extr.1 5,0(1 extra ;2,00 extra 1,00 extra

~,5,OO


130Y:S' FAV

]UVt:;r;ILÉ

GIRL$'

]1;IVI!I"'LIl!

FAY


ld more l'jl close a t hand.

~CIFICATTONS-Framc with J" main tubes, Rush joints, 20 gauge. Oval ulld tapcred rear fork tubcs. Scat post cluster oí improved ucsign with binding bolt devlce. FOrk el'owlt, figure eight two-platc design, top and cd~es nickeled :lI1d buffcd, enameled red hehveen plates. 1 i so ordered will :lIso be Íltrnished with diamollcl shapcd íorged crOW1), \Vood rims. Ft31lg'C hubs wilh pindle

céntCr,

Nickeled

spokes,

28 c~ch, hont ami rcat,

GIRLS

BOYS \iVhecls, ¡:/' Frame \tVheels, 16" Framc,

,forlel 690-20" ~'Iodel 69-1-24" Model 69/5-26"

'Wheels,

l\1odel 6g1---20" Model 695-24" 'fodd Ó97-26"

$22.50 22,50 25·00

18" Frame,

FJNI~H-Black enarncl, nicket RIMS- To m:ltch above.

Fnwm-Black

mmITIlng~.

Model

odel

22 and S sprockets.

CnAIN-}ír," A [)))r..;-

16"

696,

reversible

On

lealher. rat trap. RA!\'Ks-Modets 694, 6g6. 5~"· ,Ioctel 690. 4~". A"'D

TOOLS. Option-Robin's

nickd

trimnlillg~,

695, 60".

697. 6JYz".

IRl

8 sprocket~ ami 9 sprockeL.

20 and 22

vVhitney,

J u ven ile.

695·

.Rll's-Indeslrudible

BAG

en:lmel,

H,,\ NJ)! ••~ B....R-T6"

690,

reversible On 'Models .8" re\'el'~ible 011 l\'[ocle1 69i.

Ó91.

['5-1 ndestructibte leather.

Juvel1ile combination. RANKs~SHmc as On boys,

PE.DALS- Jm·enile

Toor.

22.50 25.00

Hms---To match aboye, TIRES-Modd Ó9I, l~" Fa>' sitlglc ttlbe. ,iodcls Ó95, ~7, I~" single lube. GEAR:- Modcl 6g1, 50 '. 20 aud 8 s(>rocket~.

TIRES-~(Iodel 690, I~" Fa\' single tube. I\,Iodels 694, 6;)6, l~" Fa)' single tnbe. R- )Iodel 690. 50". 20 ánd 8 sprocket )Iodel 694. 59"· 22 and 9 s(>I'ockeL.

HM'Df..E. BAR- J ltveníle, 18" 011 Models 694,

~,22·50

N

Equipment

Equipment

JI'lodel 696. 71", HAlN-%{' Vlhitncy, A DIl! ... - J uve ni le.

15" Frame. I6 Fl"amc, Wheels, 18" Frame, \Vheels, Whcds,

Pr:t)AI.S-

Toor..

BAG

AND TOOLS.

GUARDs-Stecl

¡'C.1.r

gtlards. (Chain rodel 69T.. Egg blue finisl •• with rims lo matdl,

whcel and chaill, also dres. !Hlard not fUl'Ilisherl 011

Special Equipment Nc~,' Dcpal'ture

aster nrake.

".00 "\

extra


GENERAL DIRECTIONS

TERMS,

net cash wjth ordel', Vlith evel"j' order full shjppillg instructiolls will not be shipped by e:-:pre:iS tmless so speclllcJ 011 ol'der.

Trnnsportntioll

charges

are always

. O. D, orders acrepled,

must

he given.

Bicydes

to be ¡xliu by the ptlrchaser,

\Ve canl10t gllarantee the saíe deli"ery oí goods. d(divered at post office, exprcss office, 01' frcight depot. are

should

be accompanicd

by mOlle)'

Our

responsíbility

énough

c~ases

lO 1)<lYchal'ges

when

tbe goous

al'

botb ways in case good

1I0t

In ordering bicycles shiprncnt.

please

keep as close

as IJossible to regular

catalogue s.pedftcalions

and thu

facililate

REPAIRS:

Bicycles

rcturned

•• 11 bicJcles Or parts must uJer to insure ¡dentincatioll. ORRF:SFONDE:'JCE:

íor I'epairs h,\\"c tags

All COl'fcspondencc

to out" Qflircs, Th~ Pope 1'1alluíacturing

should he shipped secmeiy

;Iltached

to Otll' factor)'

alld

oc

marked

oí c\'C~r)"'natt.ll'C rclating lo Colllpany, HartfOl'CI. Conll.

Olll'

ai

\Vcstfield,

JV1ass•

with llame Olnd ~IJdress of business

must

be ac.ldresscd

GUIIRANTEE: \Ve agrcc witb the purchascr oí each Columbia, I-I<trt fonl , Pope Daily Sen'ice and Fa)' Bic)'c1e to make good by rCI)air 01' repbccment, ",ith in sixty days from date Di sale by the dealer, any delects in material or workmal1ship, pro\'ided Ihe serial numbe¡' is Ítllact anel Ihe defcC'tive parl í delivercd to us, tl'ansporUltion prepaid. Tbis gnaralllCC docs not co\'er Ihe cost oí rcpairing bicycl whcn damaged by accidento l11isuse or neglect. Tires and Coaster Brakes are gl.larat1tecd b,}" tlle maker th~reof, to whom all claims shol.llc\ be macle dirccl. Hartíord tires al'e made by Hartíord Rubbér \,Vork~ Co., Hart(ord, COntl., G. & ]. tires by G. & ]. Tirc Co .. lndiauapolis, Ind., ConstitUCllt companj f United Stalcs Tire Co., >JC\\' York City, Fay )uycnile tires hy Diamond Rubber Co" Akron. Ohio ontincntal and P01l1anco tires by Continental Rllbber 'Vorks, Erje, Pellfl" and Palmer tires by B. F. odrich Co" Akron, Ohio. Tire claims llIuler lhe guarantee pertainitlg thercto are lIandlcd in e\'ery instance by Ihe mar])" brancll houses of thc companies named aOO\.'e. And ülso at the hctori~s in case oi the Diamond, Continental al1<1 B. f, Goodrich Companics Onl}T.

EXPORT DEPARTMENT ·OR many years we ha\' handlinl! oí O\lf busin

maintainoo at Haftford in other countrics,

an l"-:xport Department

devotcd

exclusivel}'

to th

This dcpattment has had wide experience in íoreign trade, the varyillg conditions in different parts oC tlle worlc1 having beea carcfnlly studied, with the result that we are enabled to givc our pat1"ons abroad an intelligent alld effieient sen/ice whieh C'Oncerns ""ith lesscr facilities and experience are unable to do. The éqllipments described in this catalogue are primarily sllited to tlle reqL1¡rcments oí Our clomestic ritlcrs, but \Ve have a variety oí fittings which our long expcrience has shoWJl us to b~ best suiled to lile Jlecds o"Í Our cllstomers in various other coutltries, 2


Catálogo Bicicletas Columbia (1912)