>  4th Generation owner of Oscar Wastyn Cycles

>  Cycling historian

>  Chief mechanic and fit specialist

>  Frame and fork alignment specialist

>  Operations manager of Wastyn Cycles





         SCOTT  WASTYN 

  OSCAR  WASTYN  SR.

>  Master frame builder and mechanic from Belgium

>  Member of "Cycling Stars of the 19th Century"

>  Member of Belgian-American racing club

>  Designer and builder of the original Schwinn Paramount in 1937

>  Designer and builder of world record setting Paramount. In 1941, Alfred LeTourner in the draft

    of a midget race car, rode his custom made Paramount to a speed of 108.92 mph.

>  Built custom frames and bikes for the American professional 6-day team of Jimmy Walthour Jr. and

    Al Crossley as well as another American team of Jerry Rodman and Henry "cocky" O'brien

>  Built Schwinn Paramounts for key 6-day riders including Bobby Thomas until 1941 


 EMIL  WASTYN

OSCAR  WASTYN  JR.

  4  GENERATIONS  OF  SERVICE , INTEGRITY , AND  TRADITION  FOR  100+  YEARS

 

>  Built Wastyn Special and Wastyn Custom bikes along with ​Schwinn Paramount line

>  Chief mechanic for over twenty 6-Day races

>  Creator of Windy City Wheelman cycling team

>  Started Schwinn Lakeshore Wheelman cycling team

>  Built custom bikes for Vaudeville performer Paul Gordon

    and various circus high wire acts

>  Built frames for champion Cecil Walker of Melbourne, Australia

>  Assisted on the frame building of the world record setting Paramount

>  Built custom frames for cycling Hall of Famers  Jim Rossi , John Van DeVelde and Cecil Yates

>  Officiated many events at both Northbrook and Kenosha tracks

>  Board member United States Bicycling Hall of Fame

>  Former President of Schwinn Lakeshore Wheelman

>  Former Vice President of Northbrook Cycling Commitee

>  Voting member to the United States Bicycling Hall of Fame

>  Frame and fork alignment specialist

>  6-Day cycling historian

>  Fitting specialist for over 50 years

>  Co-owner of Oscar Wastyn Cycles

>  Officiated cyling events at Northbrook track