From the Collection of Evelyn & Alan

Our 1936 CCM Flyte was acquired just a month or so ago. A friend of Alan's saw pictures of a Flyte from the Brantford show on Facebook and said "I know someone who has one of those they're looking to get rid of." We took the drive down to Milton, and was led to this beauty hidden in a Cedar bush where it had been for at least ten years. 
Our Cadet, and my 1948 Ladies Loop frame were purchased in a lot of about 12 bikes from a nice fellow from Welland on New Years Day of this year. The Cadet was very toasty, but the ladies was mostly complete other than needing wheels and fenders. Alan gave the Cadet a complete restoration, and we had to sacrifice an Imperial for the wheels on my loop frame. 
The 1949 Camelback was given to us by the same friend who found us our Flyte last summer. This bike was also in very rough condition when we got her, and Alan gave her a complete restoration as well. 
The other two are our favourite of our muscle bikes, a 1968 CCM Charger, and a 1970 CCM Marauder. The Charger was purchased from Jamie McGregor at this past Branford Bicycle Show, and the Marauder was a fluke Kijiji find for a whopping $100 in Kitchener. Both bikes are all original and unrestored.
Evelyn & Alan