Discussion in 'Vintage and Classic Bikes' started by porteous, 8 Jan 2012.
Intriguing '50's lugless number. I would have thought it was a CB but for the seat cluster and pump peg. £15 quid start, 22hrs to go and pick up from Cambridge:
This a lovely looking little '70's LeJuene with a classic Stronglight 49D crankset and beautiful chrome fork-ends:
I've got a 1995 model, but mine is a lugged & brazed 501 frame in an understated deep red/purple finish. It's my favourite bike by a large margin. I think that frame is probably a 21", mine is a 23" and has a taller head tube than the one on eBay. Unfortunately, Pioneers seemed much more popular with the ladies as their frames seem to outnumber the gents versions by a factor of two or three to one. Often, a perfectly usable ladies Pioneer will struggle to make £20!
bloody good job @Tony Raynor is in China
The pump peg is throwing me as well and i do wonder if those forks are period ?
My first thought was a Lambert
Is this genuine? .......... (Alamy stock photo)
Bloody hell, it's April 1st already!
this is quite something:
as is this (shame about the badly flaking chrome on the seat tube):
I wonder if it's nickel plate on that Holdsworth?
A nice ladies Dawes under the hammer
I just use Gixen
Not seen this so far; a vintage 531-framed Reg Tedstill currently at £47: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-...cle-Original-seat-pump-and-parts/253392296132
Wonder who they are? So did I. But CC as usual produces the goods: https://www.cyclechat.net/threads/reg-tedstill-anyone.200141/
nice looking machine
This has been for sale ages and local to me
Am i missing something ???
As it obviously needs quite a lot of work doing to it, isn't the fixed asking price a bit steep?
Can't work out what it actually is?
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