Stelber Cycle Corp
Stelber Cycle Corp was a manufacturer bicycles located in New York City. It was granted a patent for a bicycle stabilizer in 1952. It offered cruiser bicycles in the 1950s and several models during the 1960s in the wheelie bike style designed by George Barris under the Iverson brand name. The Iverson Dragstripper is popular for conversion to the lowrider bicycle style. In the 1970s, Stebler offered an electric tricycle that it claimed could travel 50 miles on a charge at speeds of up to 15 miles per hour.
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- Brett Barris. "George Barris: More Catalog and Promotional Literature For The George Barris Line Of Bicycle Designs Created For The Iverson Division Of Stelber Cycle Corporation". Retrieved 2010-07-01.
- What's New: A Picture Roundup of New Products and Developments. Popular Science. September 1972. Retrieved 2010-07-01.
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