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  • Holdsworth track
    sites Holdsworth Whirlwind track c 1955 Submitted by Neil McCormick Frame Holdsworth Whirlwind c 1955 track frame no 23840 23 seat tube Wheels Airlite large flange hubs with early Weinmann sprint rims Chainset Chater Lea 3 arm cranks with Chater inch pitch ring Pedals Chater Lea Gears Single speed fixed Brakes GB Hiduminium Stem Bars Presto drop head stem with Pista bars Saddle Brooks Swallow Left Inch pitch sprocket and

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/holdsworth-mccormick-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Holdsworth Zephyr Road /Path 1951/2
    16441 built 1951 2 Reynolds 531 DB tubing with fancy window pane lug work and original green crackle finish 22 Seat tube 22 top tube 40 wheelbase track ends and round forks Wheels Weinmann 27x1 HP rims 0n Bayliss Wiley small flange hubs Chainset Chater Lea fluted with 48 x 1 8 chainring on TDC bottom bracket Pedals Constrictor Cobra quill Gears Single speed fixed 17T sprocket Brakes Single front

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/holdsworth-harding-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Holdsworth Zephyr road/path - 1952
    Fixed Brakes GB Coureur Stem Bars GB Chromo steel stem with deep drop alloy Madison bars Headset Bayliss Wiley micro adjust which was a new pattern at this time Saddle Brooks B17 Sprinter oval badge Extra details This machine was purchased in 1952 from Geoff Kittle Cycles Watton In the first year Brian was riding it at a grass track event at Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Police Sports when he

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/holdsworthbrian-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Holdsworth Pawsey
    Campagnolo Record large flange hubs Chainset Campagnolo Nuovo Record Strada 53 42 170mm Pedals Campagnolo Record Strada Gears Campagnolo Nuovo Record rear and Record front Regina Gran Sport 13 23 six speed freewheel Brakes Universal 61 centre pull with Universal levers Stem Bars Fiamme 12cm stem with GB Ventoux bars and Campagnolo bar end shifters Campagnolo Gran Sport Record headset Saddle Milremo Arius professional saddle and Campagnolo Record seat post Extra details Milremo Silca pump with Campagnolo frame fittings Built in the Putney shop by master frame builder Reg Collard for Bob Addy this actual frame was the first frame ever finished in the iconic orange and blue Bob rode this bike in the 1967 and 1968 seasons and highlights included being in the winning breakaway at the 67 World Pro Road Race in Holland See image below with Merckx He Completed 11 stages of the 68 Tour de France See image below of Bob being hosed down on the bike as part of the British Pro Team before injury forced retirement from the event At the end of the 1968 season the bike was relegated to a spare until sold by the Putney shop to a local amateur rider

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  • J A Holland bicycle
    around Birmingham untill 1969 Branded as JA Holland and The Star J A Holland was a member of the Earlswood RP and Solihull CC he did race in the early 50 s In 1953 a J Holland took first in the CoventryCC 37mile NCU Birmingham Junior Championships this could have been a son of J A Holland Midland C AC Club member John Bishop has two Hollands that he purchased around the late 50s his track frame is 2583 one after mine he also has a road frame 2537 Below is a photograph of him racing his road frame 2537 in a Midland C AC time trial I got my road frame from a CR member in the USA it was black with yellow to red fade head and seat panels John thinks that my frame was owned by one of the Hollands due to the CTC transfer on the seat tube The seat tube has World Championship bands with Olympic rings over them I had the frame refinished due to the poor condition with gold head and seat tube bands it is quite stunning looking I think Frame J A Holland road frame no 2582 1958 Super Champion Oscar Egg lugs model SC3 seat and top tubes 21 chainstays 17 wheelbase 41 Wheels Campag Gran Sport large flange hubs with the two rows of holes up to 1958 mfg and 27 alloy Italian rims 5 speed freewheel 14 24 Chainset Stronglight 49d chainset with TA 50 40 rings Pedals Alloy Lyotard quill pedals Gears Campag Matchbox front and Gran Sport rear Brakes GB Stem Bars GB stem with Dawes Concorde bars Saddle Brooks B17 Swallow on Campag seat post Extra details Lucas bell REG bottle cages The workmanship on the frame is first classand the bike rides very well

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/builders/holland-crump-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Holmes of Welling
    Feather Superbe Frame no 5202 seat tube 23 c to t top tube 23 c to c Head tube 72 seat tube 71 Simplex ends Wheels Fiamme sprint rims on early Campagnolo QR hubs Chainset Gnutti steel cottered with double rings on Gnutti bottom bracket Pedals Lyotard butterfly quills with Christophe clips and straps Gears Benelux front rod and rear Derek is experimenting with chain tensions Brakes Frejus Stem Bars

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  • W B Hurlow frame
    in part Bicycle frame 233 was made by my father in the early 1960s at Herne Bay Kent His initials W B H are cut into the lugs About twelve of these frames with the fancy initials lugs were made Frame 233 was the one my father kept for himself As the frame became quite old the original finish was restored by an expert during the time my father owned

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  • Bill Hurlow Readers' Bikes
    front center Wheels Campagnolo Record 36 hole large flange hubs polished 700c x 23mm wide rims tied andsoldered spokes and Campagnolo quick release levers straight Grand Bois Cyprès 700x32mm tires Chainset TA Cyclotourist crankset with 170mm arms capped pedal holes and 46 30 chain rings TA bottom bracket with TA 344 axle Pedals Orginal Lyotard pedals and toe clips Gears Front Campagnolo Record with slotted cable stop Rear Campagnolo Nuovo Record modified with a long cage 6 speed 14 26T freewheel Brakes Dia Compe Gran Compe levers engraved but not drilled with quick releases and adjusters NOS Dia Compe rubber hoods Mafac Dural Forge center pull brake calipers with Kool Stop salmon pads Stem Bars 11 cm Cinelli 1A oval logo Milano stem with Cinelli Giro d Italia shield 38cm wide bars and red cloth tape Headset Campagnolo 1039 Record Strada Saddle Brooks Professional on Campagnolo 2 bolt seat pin Extra details Many components and accessories are original but brake pads chain chain rings freewheel rear derailleur pedals 45mm alloy mudguards chrome rear rack bottle cage wheels and tires are not Bill Stevenson contributed the modified rear derailleur and Corey Thompson contributed the freewheel and built the wheels Diana purchased Hurlow 16945 in January 2012 from a dealer The bike s original owner was Macy Allen of Baltimore Maryland a founding member of the Baltimore Bicycle Club Between 1969 when the bike was built and 1982 when Macy died 16945 saw a lot of miles regular use and has the marks to prove it 16945 came to us without fenders a non original 27 wheelset a non period rear derailleur and narrow fully rotted tires I assume that after Macy died in 1982 the bike was hung up for nearly all of the intervening 30 years Alan Woods I overhauled

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