Made as a brewery promotion, but good fun
I only recognise one rider in it, that's Chris Young (multiple British Cyclo-Cross champion)
He's in the pub at the end, smiling, in a white t-shirt (long sideburns), pushing the beer across the table
I know Chris, but know Mick, his brother better (I...
I got this Triumph Ladies bike thrown in when I got my Raleigh Esquire, does anybody know what model it is, as I am thinking of breaking it down and selling the bits... The rear SA shows it as a 1966.. The Frame number is 83** FF
The rims are Dunlop and not bad condition for age, though a couple...
Back in the mists of time - when I were a lad - I built a 'tracker' bike. They were all the rage around our way in the early 1960s. Something along the lines of these....mine had bars similar to the one on the extreme left.
Basically take any old frame available. Strip off mudguards. Put on cow...
Finally getting round to setting up my Traffic Master as a Multi Purpose,All Rounder,Commuter,Day Tourer et all.
As i gave the Raleigh Twenty to my Dad (a very early Fathers Day Present)
been making a few additions
As I got it plus a new Front Light
This one is a bit out there but thought some of you may be interested:
1900 - 1930 Box Tricycle project needing a bit of work to complete
For sale a 60cm frame Triumph Cyclone,
bike in need of some restoration, could be a good project to turn this bike to its former glory. Bike is in working order could just do with some tlc
Wanting £60 for it or sensible offers, can post it obviously at buyers costs.
Latest arrival at Chez Racing Bike Biggs682 is this one owner from new Triumph road bike all steel so nice and heavy great to ride.
Even original bar tape and cabling that could do with replacing.
Had the longest seat post ever seen in it yet the owner was only had an inch on display!