Saturday, April 30, 2016

1956 Triumph Sports

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1956 Triumph Sports Triumph Sports 1956 - SW 3-speed rear hub, dyno hub with front & rear light ' full chain case - NOTE: "TRIUMPH" script on chain wheel --




Wednesday, April 27, 2016

1963 Rudge Sports

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1963 Rudge Sports 1963 Rudge Mens bike. Was my Dad's bike and is looking for a good new home!

Sunday, April 24, 2016

1931 - 1940 Raleigh Sports

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1931 - 1940 Raleigh Sports 1939 Raleigh sports 31x 21" model I am in the process of gathering parts to replace non-correct ones such as bar/stem combo,gear changer,seat and chainset If anybody has any pictures of this model in original shape i would like to hear from them either on the boards or via email Manic66athotmail.com (please ammend at sign) Thanks Leigh

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

1951 Rudge Sports

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1951 Rudge Sports 1951 Rudge Sports

Description- This is my daily rider! New Brooks, new Michelin 26X13/8 tires, working head light with new paint, MKS pedals, new grips and brake pads.

Monday, April 18, 2016

1931 - 1940 Raleigh Sports

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1931 - 1940 Raleigh Sports Raleigh Sports Model 1932. This is a Sturmey Archer Cable operated Drum Brake Model. It has a Sturmey Archer 3-Speed rear hub with integral drum brake. This cycle has the Sturmey Archer Quadrant gear change, Raleigh glass rear reflector in black rubber Lucas 'King of the Road' bell and Brooks B66 leather saddle.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

1973 Columbia Sports III

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1973 Columbia Sports III 1973 Columbia Sports III. Female 3-speed made in Westfield, Mass, USA. Sturmey-Archer model AW 3-speed internally geared rear hub. 26 x 1 3/8 inch tires.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

1962 Huffy Sportsman

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1962 Huffy Sportsman 1962 Huffy Sportsman

Description- Raleigh Made Huffy, modified pub crawl bike. This bike is very sweet! Custom fenders and mud flap.

Friday, April 15, 2016

1963 Huffy Sportsman

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1963 Huffy Sportsman Made in England! Female 3-speed. 20 inch frame (measured along the seat tube). All original and complete except new 26 x 1 3/8 tires

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

1967 Raleigh Sprite

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1967 Raleigh Sprite Raleigh 5 speed sprite. 23" wheels, working headlamp, working taillamp, miller generator, bird crank

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

1969 Raleigh Sprite

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1969 Raleigh Sprite Male three speed. This should be a 5-speed, but it has a 3-speed rear end - the way we found it. Large 23 inch frame size (measured along the seat tube). 26 x 1 3/8 drop-center rim in front, Phillips style in rear. All steel shifter. Good paint and chrome. New tubes. Correct Prestube rear rack.

Monday, April 11, 2016

1967 Raleigh Sprite

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1967 Raleigh Sprite Men"s 5-speed. Rear Sturmey-Archer S5 5-speed internal rear hub. All original and complete. Sturmey-Archer thumb shifter and Simplex top-tube shifter. Great paint and chrome . 26 x 1 3/8 inch drop-center rims. Leather Brooks B72 saddle. Rear Raleigh rack. Deluxe Raleigh pedals. Large 23 inch frame.

Sunday, April 10, 2016

1970 Hetchins Spyder

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1970 Hetchins Spyder Hello, I would like the population of the US and abroad see my 1970 Hetchins Spyder. This bike is in its original purple and green and has a complete date correct 1970 Campagnolo Nuovo Record gruppo. These bikes were noted for their fine craftsmanship and beautiful lugwork.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

1970 Hetchins Spyder

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1970 Hetchins Spyder Hello, I would like the population of the US and abroad see my 1970 Hetchins Spyder. This bike is in its original purple and green and has a complete date correct 1970 Campagnolo Nuovo Record gruppo. These bikes were noted for their fine craftsmanship and beautiful lugwork.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

1975 Sears Spyder 5

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1975 Sears Spyder 5 Picture of a 1975 Sears Spyder 5 in original condition with no restoration or modifications. Photos taken by Sal Carmona

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

1975 Sears Spyder 5

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1975 Sears Spyder 5 Rear view of a 1975 Sears Spyder 5. Notice the "stop sogn" reflector. Photo taken by Sal Carmona

Monday, April 4, 2016

1970 Sears Spyder Mark II

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1970 Sears Spyder Mark II Sears Spyder Mark II Stick Shift. all original. if anyone knows any info(year) about this bike email me at Sickcycles

Sunday, April 3, 2016

1965 Mattel Stallion

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1965 Mattel Stallion 1963-67 Mattel Stallion From: Jeff This was the all-chrome sister of the Bronco, at a lower price...


Saturday, April 2, 2016

1964 Mattel Stallion

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1964 Mattel Stallion 1964 Mattel Stallion, Yes, that is a bike in my living room. This is actually a pretty good bike, the seat is mounted on dual shocks, making for a pretty comfortable ride. It also makes it very easy to pop wheelies. The speedometer is not stock and somebody replaced the rear tire with a schwinn slick. I believe the pedals are not stock. Everything else appears to be original. Greg

Friday, April 1, 2016

1974 Malvern Star

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1974 Malvern Star Just purchased this Malvern Star (Aussie) - never been ridden! I'm quite proud of it :) Ranga