Flashback. 1902 Harry Geer Motorcycle.

1902harrygeerThe Harry Geer company from St Louis, Missouri specialized in motors and castings for air ships, then diversified into motorcycles in 1902. Only about 150 units of this 4 hp, 140 lbs Blue Bird model advertised at the time with a speed of 5 to 50 mph. Currently exhibited at the in Anamosa, Iowa. (photo @ Doug Mitchel)

2 Responses to “Flashback. 1902 Harry Geer Motorcycle.”


  1. 1 cafesportytc Oct 5th, 2016 at 9:16 am

    Whats funny is it almost looks modern in geometry. the angles are very similar to the hard tail mountain bikes of the late 80’s and early 90s. very neat nonetheless. cant remember if this one was there the last time i was in anamosa… and how could i overlook it

  2. 2 Oct 28th, 2016 at 11:32 pm

    Geez, flying along on this at 50mph would require some serious grip on the handlebar!

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