My Harry Quinn

biggs682

Smile a mile bike provider
Location
Northamptonshire
enjoy it

@Tony Smith
 

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http://www.classicrendezvous.com/British_isles/Harry_Quinn/HQuinn_registry.htm

That number Is on the Quinn Registry :smile:


Made at Walton Road, originally dark yellow with green panels and head tube... now in bright white with gold lug lining. 1969



Thought I'd recognised it.........

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=334847


https://www.cyclechat.net/threads/harry-quinn-road-bike-with-modernish-running-gear-sold.199744/

Shaun
 
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GuyBoden

Fat bloke, pedalling slowly and enjoying the ride.
Location
Warrington
That's a nicely updated Harry Quinn.

Harry Quinn has a great cycling history around here in the North West..........

I had a very good Ron Spencer road bike in the early 1980's, the frame was built by Harry Quinn's or when it was owned by Frank Clement (later Orbit Cycles in Dudley).....

Edit: my Ron Spencer frame was probably built by Bill Whitcomb, Harry Quinn's old apprentice.

Here's a pic of a Harry Quinn in the Milk Race 1965.

5498902643_7139582d0f_b.jpg
 
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Nigel182

Nigel182

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That's a nicely updated Harry Quinn.

Harry Quinn has a great cycling history around here in the North West..........

I had a very good Ron Spencer road bike in the early 1980's, the frame was built by Harry Quinn's when it was owned by Frank Clement (later Orbit Cycles in Dudley).....

Here's a pic of a Harry Quinn in the Milk Race 1965.

5498902643_7139582d0f_b.jpg
Thanks for that info and the Pic especially as I was born in '65 the year of the pic
 
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