A.N.T. Step-thru Boston Roadster

Another beaut’ from A.N.T.; this one’s a step-thru Boston Roadster.

6 Responses to “A.N.T. Step-thru Boston Roadster”

  • Rob Mackenzie says:

    Hi Alan… I’m not familiar with this front fender setup. What does the spring do in that fifth frame?

  • jdmitch says:


    that spring keeps the front wheel stabilized so it doesn’t flip around when you’re loading it.

  • Bob Baxter says:

    Is that an Ashtabula crank I see? Shades of the 40s!

  • 2whls3spds says:

    Ashstabula cranks are damned durable. I never managed to break one when I was in my bicycle demolition years. Fairly simple to maintain too.


  • Lovely Bicycle! says:

    I’ve been admiring ANT bikes since the beginning of the year. They are so well put together, and I just love the idea of a “Boston” roadster.

  • Molnar says:

    Lovely, don’t forget to check out the ANT demo page. Right now there is a Dutch-style bike listed for only $1,200. It doesn’t have “Boston” in the name, but it was made in Holliston.

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