My name is Tom Jordan, and I’m a vintage bicycle collector and the owner of VintageRacingBicycles.com, which I started in November 2011. A Great Vintage was born from my admiration for older bikes of all styles and genres and my desire to connect buyers, sellers, and vintage bicycle enthusiasts from around the world. I hope you enjoy this site as much as I do. Thank you for visiting! *** *** *** A Great Vintage is a global, online marketplace for buying and selling vintage bicycles, parts, accessories, and clothing. A 7 Day Ad costs only 50 cents, USD, and we never charge any fees associated with your sales. If you wish to sell a bicycle, part, or accessory, simply click on the “Place Ad” link in the right sidebar of every page. You can create an Ad that runs for 7 days, 30 days, or “Until it Sells” whichever works best for you. You also have the choice of paying for each individual ad via PayPal, or to purchase Ad Credits, which you can purchase at a discount. Ad Credits are a handy and cost-effective way of “paying” for your ads without having to go to PayPal each time. This becomes especially useful when you need to place multiple ads at once. You’ll see the cost savings these credits provide on the Place Ad page. We accept credit cards through PayPal, but you do not have to have a PayPal account to use our service. PayPal will accept credit card payments even from non-members. Your transactions are always secure, as all transactions are done within the PayPal site. We charge no transaction or back-end fees at all. Once listed, you control how long your ad runs, who you sell it to, and how it is shipped. A Great Vintage is always free for buyers, so feel free to browse through all the great bicycles, parts, and accessories you’ll find here. Buyers do need to register for an account to contact sellers. We welcome all types of bicycles built from 1890 – 1990. As the name implies, this site is designed to cater to “vintage” bicycles of all types as well as KOF or “Keepers of the Flame,” which, on this site, refers to newer bikes built in a “classic” style. Thanks, and have fun!