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  • Pemberton Arrow 1948
    Links to related sites Pemberton Arrow 1948 Owned by Nick Ozerov Frame 1948 Pemberton Arrow frame no 480212 seat tube 22 top tube 22 wheelbase 41 finish red red blue Wheels Dunlop Lightweight Stainless HP rims on Airlite LF hubs with 27 x 1 tyres Chainset Williams 48t ring Pedals Lyotard Gears Constrictor Conloy derailleur 4 speed For more information see entry in components Brakes GB Hiduminium Stem Bars GB

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/pemberton-arrow-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Readers' Bikes: classic bikes and their details
    Block Screw on 14 24 five speed Chainset TA 170mm cranks with TA Criterium 47 50 chainrings Pedals Will be Lyotard 460 when I ve managed to clean them up with Christophe clips Gears Front Derailleur Benelux Rod Rear Derailleur Benelux Mk 7 5 speed with Benelux lever on Benelux down tube braze on Brakes Weinmann levers with reasonable condition hoods Weinmann 730 stirrups Stem Bars 10cm early Ambrosio with

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/pennine-gittins-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Pennine Italia 1964
    large flange hubs quick release 36 36 on Weinmann Concave 700 HP rims 15 28T freewheel Chainset Stronglight 49 cotterless with TA rings 46 36 outer ring drilled Pedals Lyotard platform pedals with Christophe leather bound clips and straps Gears Campagnolo Record rear changer to brazed on lever on downtube Campagnolo front changer to handlebar end changer Brakes Weinmann 730 drilled side pull with Weinmann drilled levers Stem Bars Il Primo 4 steel stem with alloy Maes bars Headset TA Professional Saddle Brooks B15 narrow on Campagnolo alloy twin bolt seat pin Extra details For sentimental reasons connected with my teenage years I had always wanted a Whitaker and Mapplebeck frame but nothing came my way In the 1950s W M became Pennine when Whitaker left the company so this Italia is filling the gap There is an article on W M included in Classic Frame Builders Many Pennines had the lug lining on the top edge of the lug rather than as here in the angle between lug and tube Drive chain showing the Nuovo Record rear changer changed by the braze on down tube lever the Stronglight 49 cranks with 36 46 TA rings and the front changer

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  • Pennine Italia 1965
    tubs protected by flint catchers Chainset Stronglight 49D alloy cotterless with TA double rings 47 50 on converter Pedals Campagnolo Gran Sport steel pedals with Christophe clips and straps Gears Campagnolo Gran Sport rear with Valentino front and bar end levers Brakes Universal 51 levers with Mafac centre pull stirrups Stem Bars Stem and bars 3TTT Saddle Ideal 90 saddle with Campagnolo seat pin Extra details I have had a Pennine gas pump since the 60 s but didn t realise the connection with Whitaker and Mapplebeck until reading about it on this site This made me think that it would be good to have a bike to go with the pump and I saw the Pennine frame listed on ebay a few months later it also had the brazed on boss for the pump clip It was my size too so decided fate had taken a hand and I bought the frame I had most of the parts to build the frame up and am very pleased with the ride especially the comfort from the Ideale 90 saddle which I had dreamed of owning since my schooldays in the 50 s The frame was painted by Paul Corcoran at

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/pennine-cole-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Pennine Italia - 1970
    14 24 5 speed freewheel Brakes Weinmann early sidepull Type 730 Rear and Type 500 Front Stem Bars GB stem 3TTT bars Headset Gipiemme steel Saddle Brooks Professional small rivets on Campagnolo 1975 seat pin Cyclo bolt on bag loops Extra details Mudguards Bluemels Club Special Pump AFA with Campagnolo push on adapter Frame purchased used from Whitaker and Mapplebeck in 1971 for 6 0 0 a real bargain as the new price at the time was around six times that price This was an adaptable build that took both sprint and HP wheels Originally equipped with Stronglight 49D TA Cranks with Lyotard pedals now sadly worn out and Campagnolo Record steel rear mechanism I bought the seat pin in Rome in 1975 I sold the bike to my brother in 1980 who rode it continuously until late 2007 re acquired by me in May 2008 frame reconditioned by Bob Jackson Cycles of Leeds reunited with seat pin and saddle together with wheels built up in mid 1990 s from 1970 s components and other contemporary parts from a variety of sources Parts used are 1970 s originals except for handlebars and tape BB Axle tyres chain and freewheel Note

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  • Pennine fixed-wheel
    seat 73 degrees parallel track rear ends drilled tapped for mudguards braze on pump pegs Top eye decorated Wheels Conloy Asps rims on Powell D F hubs Chainset Chater Lea 6 25 round cranks chainring 47 tooth x 1 8 Pedals Chater Lea stainless steeel Gears Single speed fixed Brakes G B Coureur 66 centre pull with G B Superhood levers one for honking only Stem Bars GB Saddle Saddle

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  • Pennine Richmond 1964
    fittings are to choice With Benelux or Agrati plain fork ends the Richmond frame set costs 13 15s but Campagnolo ends are 15s extra Wheels Fiamme sprint rims on Airlite LF G F hubs 40 32 with 15 17 spokes Chainset Stronglight alloy cotterless cranks with TA double rings 40 34 Pedals Campagnolo quill Gears Campagnolo Nuovo Record rear changer with 14 28 sprockets Campagnolo Front changer Simplex Retrofriction down

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  • Readers' Bikes: classic bikes and their details
    line not crossover Stronglight 49D with T A rings Chain tensioner pulley of a Cyclo early gear adjustable mounted on a lamp bracket boss Pedals Lyotard platform front and rear Gears Campag Nuovo Record rear with handle bar end control Brakes Mafac Racer with half rubber hoods on levers Stem Bars Cinelli engraved Giro de Italia on steel stem Saddles Cinelli Unicanitor on Campag 2 bolt seatpins Extra details I was given this tandem 2 years ago in a terrible state by its second owner Mr Frank Blackbond He and his wife had used it extensively for touring although it had been built origionally as a racing tandem for a member of the Yorkshire R C unfortunately name unknown A fire in the cellar at Ingleby Rd where the frames were built by either Jonny Mapplebeck or Graham Saunders meant that all the records from the days of Whittaker Mapplebeck and Pennine Cycles were destroyed Graham Saunders tells me that as far as he is aware only 6 tandem frame were ever built from 1946 onwards and were always to customers specification He is almost certain that he built this one in 1963 Two views of rear seat cluster with

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