Bicycle Legacy Red by Gamblers Warehouse – Trick

Since 1885, the USPCC has printed their most popular and demanded brand of playing cards around the world, Bicycle. Although there has been many variations of their back designs, one has remained the most influential, the “rider back”. The design has been color swapped, and modified to fit other themes, but overall the design has stayed the same.

With keeping in the tradition of what makes the design great, we have worked with the USPCC to push what makes the rider back great and bring you a new design inspired by the original. A design which keeps the integrity of what we are familiar with, yet something new to add to its LEGACY.

BICYCLE LEGACY is a TRUE set of unique poker cards. This means both decks have identical faces with 2 back color variations. Hand drawn courts, aces, and joker cards add to the decks appeal while a simplistic layout keeps the deck familiar. This makes LEGACY a great deck for performers of magic and cardistry, while bringing something fresh to your weekend poker games.

FEATURES:

  • BICYCLE Branding
  • Premium Bicycle Paper Stock
  • Magic Finish
  • Interior Tuck Box Coloring
  • 2 Gaff Cards
  • Custom Faces with Hand Drawn Courts, Aces and Jokers
  • QR Code Reveal
  • Barcode Reveal
  • Hidden Tuck Flap Reveal
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    1. It was in Mt. Gilead, Ohio in 1955. My Dad took me into the Moore Store’ and there set the most beautiful bike in the world. A 24 inch Monarch boy’s bike in purple metallic paint with a tank on it that had dual headlights and a horn built-in. I fell in love on the spot. It was $29.95 and I asked my Dad to buy it for me. He said if I wanted it I would have to work for it, he would put $5.00 down on it, and I would have to bring my allowance ($1,50) each week along with any other money I could earn doing lawns or errands. I worked my tail off and was there every Saturday morning to make my payment. The store owner would let me ride it around in the parking lot for a few minutes each week. I paid it off in 8 weeks. I remember walking the 3 miles to the store that last day so I could pay it off and ride it home. I was in Heaven, even though I had to ride it down the railroad track to get home. The bump-bump-bump across the ties was grueling but soon I was home and showing off my new bike to all my buddies and for awhile I was the talk of the neighborhood getting a new bike back then rather then a hand-me-down was pretty cool!

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