The Canadian Cycle and Motor Company was formed in 1898 through the amalgamation of several smaller Canadian and American bicycle companies.
In 1921, CCM began producing its top-of-the-line racing model, the Flyer. It remained in production with very few changes until 1940, when the factory turned its focus to manufacturing armaments for Canada’s armed forces in the Second World War.
This c1939 Road Racer fixed wheel bicycle was recently restored in the Bicycle Specialties – Mariposa Bicycles workshop.
- Seat Tube: 21″, 53.5 cm Centre to Centre, 54.8cm Centre to Top
- Top Tube: 22″, 55 cm Centre to Centre
- Headset: CCM
- Crankset: CCM
- Bottom Bracket: CCM
- Pedals: CCM
- Hand Brake: CCM
- Rims: Araya
- Saddle: Brooks England
- Tires: Schwalbe 27″ x 1-1/4″
- Made in Canada