Original Bikes and Original Owners 1950 Dynacycle I typed this paragraph when I posted this pic but the text did not make it on with the pic. I'll try this again... This came from the American Motorcyclist Association web site. It was a good day for original owners of bikes at the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum bike show Saturday July 28th, with this bike taking top honors in the American Cycles class, it has been owned by one owner it's entire life. The American Best of Show winner was a 1950 Dynacycle, one of perhaps a dozen remaining in the US. Essentially a bicycle with a motor bolted into the bottom bracket. The immaculately restored Dynacycle was a lifelong project of Tennessee's Don Dungan (pictured). Bought for Don as a graduation gift by his parents in 1952 from a St. Louis department store for $242. The Dynacycle was ridden hard, almost sold, and stored in boxes for decades until Dungan was finally able to locate the parts to complete the restoration only a few weeks before Vintage Motorcycle Days. "At one point, my parents had sold it for $35, but the guy who bought it couldn't get it started and brought it back to get his money back." Dungan says. "After that I took it apart, put it in boxes in my Volkswagon and hauled it back to my house"