1912 New Era 30"x 20" Archival Print.
Signed Art! Printed with archival pigment inks, on 260gsm luster paper. Made to last a lifetime.
These signed Open Edition prints come ready to frame and will fit into any 30"x 20" store bought frame.
(Frame not included).
1912 NEW ERA 30"x 20" Archival Print.
1911 New Era, extremely rare American motorcycle; only few in existence today. A 500cc engine with a hand crank start. Two speed planetary clutch, foot brake pedal direct to rear brake drum.
New Era motorcycles were manufactured from 1909 through 1913 by the New Era Autocycle Company of Dayton, Ohio. They had open frame and double-wide footboard, so that the riding position was similar to that of a scooter. They were sold as singles or with additional seat for passenger, and they were advertised as bikes that can go "anywhere under any condition". The company went bankrupt in 1914.