Stelber Cycle Corp

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Stelber Cycle Corp was a manufacturer of bicycles located in New York City. It was granted a patent for a bicycle stabilizer in 1952.[1] It offered cruiser bicycles in the 1950s[2] and several models during the 1960s in the wheelie bike style designed by George Barris under the Iverson brand name.[3] 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.[4]

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