Can you match these bicycles to the correct TV shows?

Can you pop a wheelie through TV trivia or do you need training wheels?

Some things you never forget, like how to ride a bike and the plot details of your favorite television shows.

Well, hopefully. Hop on the banana seat and coast back in time — we've got some beautiful old bicycles from classic TV!

See if you can match these bikes to the correct shows!

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  1. He gets a job at a bike shop in "How to Succeed in Business?"
  2. There's no better way to see Italy and France than by bicycle.
  3. "The Spoiled Kid" had a sweet set of wheels.
  4. Who says a bike isn't an amphibious vehicle?
  5. Her hiccups could make bikes appear.
    Image: Screen Gems
  6. You are never too old to learn how to ride a bike.
    Image: Warner Bros.
  7. The Dukes stole this bike on which show?
  8. Recognize these boys going for a ride?
  9. "The Bicycle Man" was an infamous episode of this sitcom.
  10. This was a much coveted bike in "The Seven."
    Image: Sony Pictures Television
  11. He delivered the mail by bike.
  12. If you note, Skipworth & Co. was having a sale on bicycles in Tombstone in "Spectre of the Gun."

Can you match these bicycles to the correct TV shows?

Your Result...

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Lacey 18 months ago
11/12 The restoration on #3 tripped me up.
Steve2021 18 months ago
10/12 tricky dicky questions.....
JamesDean59 18 months ago
11 was a trick question. They always get me on trick questions! Ahhhh!
Debbie 20 months ago
11/12 I missed the last one. All the rest were easy peasy
rycki1138 40 months ago
12 out of 12
You are number one! King of the road!
Daizy531 41 months ago
I knew they were going to include that Brat from the Andy Griffith Show the spoiled kid who wanted to put his dad in jail to get his bike back... what would have been better if they showed him getting a whooping in the woodshed.. haha
Daizy531 41 months ago
10/12 King of the Road..Or should I say Queen.. Haha 😊
jschliclbernd9 42 months ago
12/12 guessed on some like different strokes and family matters.
JewelsChuck 42 months ago
11/12... I got the last one wrong 😏
dragrace 42 months ago
I wonder what Mike Wolf would score
MikefromJersey 42 months ago
12 for 12. Too bad they didn't include the episode of Leave It To Beaver when he won a bicycle
when he was cutting school with his side kick Larry. I sometimes wonder regarding Larry if the
producers weren't sneaking in a comment on abuse. Any mention of his home life usually
mentions him getting hit when his father comes home from one of his constant business trips.
Ward Cleaver more than once gets on the phone and rats him out "for his own good" to his
A defeated, sad Larry then having to acknowledge to Mr. Cleaver it is indeed for his own good
that he is heading home for another beating.
Jeeze, Larry probably wound up on Adam-12 in a shoot out with Malloy and Reed after taking
Ward Cleaver hostage at his office.
Ward was held hostage along with Clarence "Lumpy" Rutherford's father! {Remember, the two dads worked together.}
Not just Mr. Rutherford, but Mel Cooley was there too as he was visiting trying to track down Little Richie who had heisted the payroll from the Alan Brady Show. Kids these days.
Kevinthompson1 42 months ago
11 out of 12. They threw a curve ball on the last one,I said wild wild west. But it was Star Trek. I'm satisfied with what I got.
The Wild Wild West never made it into the 1880's, so it was a guess between the other two and I seemed to remember some Star Trek episodes where they ventured into the past.
MaryMitch bruceisloose 42 months ago
It was the one where Kirk, Spock, McCoy, and Chekov were thrown into a surreal recreation of the gunfight at the OK Corral.
Wiseguy bruceisloose 42 months ago
Yes, The Wild Wild West took place during President Grant's administration (1869-77). (The reunion movies did take place during the 1880s.) Also, The Wild Wild West episodes always had the word "Night" in them (usually "The Night of...")
sneila5861 Kevinthompson1 23 months ago
That one got me
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