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rogerzilla

Legendary Member
They can be some effort to clean up, although rebuild kits are available. The screws holding the jaws are often really seized. A no.3 is quite big enough for me, anyway!
 

BSOh

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Ceredigion
 

midlife

Guru
It's lovely. But mixte does not equal 'women's', it equals 'unisex'. Unfortunately they were always marketed as women's bikes here. My Revell was almost certainly a 'women's' drop-bar road bike originally.
Back in my day they were called "twin lats" and were a women's bike design. I'm not sure when the mixte moniker came about but were branded unisex
 
Anyone care to cast an eye over this Carlton in France and tell us what they think?
https://www.ebay.com/itm/174595079412
 

Kempstonian

Has the memory of a goldfish
Location
Bedford
Good afternoon,
Two nice bikes there, especially the Raleigh...
There seems to be a slow stream of quite old, 25 years plus, but virtually unridden bikes, here's another

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Racing-Bike-Road-Bicycle-Raleigh-Flyer-21-Frame/353431062278

10 speed carbon steel Raleigh Flyer for £180 or make an offer.

Halfords offer the Apollo Paradox for £220, alloy frame and steel fork, handlebar shifters as 2x7, with Decathalon's cheapest the RC100 at £299 again Alloy/steel frame/forks and handlebar shifters as a 1x7, Both of these come in at around a heavy 531 weight so a few pounds lighter than these unused oldies.

Or a Raleigh Airlite 100 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Raleigh-...condition-22-inch-frame-14-gears/313480361008 at £245


Bye

Ian
 
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