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  • E R Russ bicycle 1950/51
    pin with Gnutti 48T chainring Pedals Lyotard Marcel Berthet platform Gears Super Champion Osgear with chain guide and spoke protector Regina 5 speed block 14 15 16 17 18 Brakes GB Coureur with Superhood levers Stem Bars GB Spearpoint stem with Maes bars Saddle Brooks B17 Champion Narrow Extras Twin alloy drinking bottles Above close up of Super Champion Osgear showing chain guide on seat tube and spoke protector on

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/russ.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Dave Russel 1972
    Early Mavic sprint rims on Campagnolo Record small flange hubs 28h with only Campagnolo lettering on barrel Hub Skewers early Campagnolo Open C straight QR levers and cone nuts Spokes 15 17 double butted tied and soldered polished rustless type Tyres NOS Lion SL21 tubulars Chainset Campagnolo 177 5 original 151 BCD with Williams 53 and Campagnolo 46 both cut away and drilled Pedals Campagnolo Pista with Cinelli toe clips and NOS Crono straps Gears Front Campagnolo Record early body drilled clamp Rear Campagnolo Nuovo Record Regina 13 17 5 speed block Regina chain Brakes Universal levers with NOS rubber hoods Universal 51callipers with drilled arms Pads NOS red studded Stem Bars Cinelli 1A oval Milan logo stem13 5cm with Cinelli 66 40 shield logo bars and white cloth tape Saddle Original Black nylon Unica Nitor on Campagnolo 2 bolt seat pin Extra details The frame was built by Bill Grey and supplied to me by Dave in 1972 I raced on it a few times in late 72 and early 73 but in 1973 due to increasing impecunity I was forced to sell it The new owner raced it quite successfully going much faster on it than I would

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/dave-russell-gittins-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Dave Russell bicycle
    and Sachs chain Chainset Campagnolo Strada 170mm cranks with Campagnolo 53 42 chainrings Pedals Zeus pedals with Christophe clips and straps Gears Campagnolo Nuovo Record rear derailleur Campagnolo Record front derailleur Gear levers Campagnolo Down Tube Brakes Campagnolo Record Stem Bars Stem Cinelli 12cm 1A Handlebar Ambrosio Merckx pattern Bar tape Cloth Dunholme Mills binding tape Campagnolo alloy track headset Saddle Milremo on early Campagnolo seatpin The frame was built by Bill Grey for Dave s stand at the first Harrogate Show in 1973 and carries the number 10973 stamped on the fork steerer only This differs from Dave s usual practice of including the original owner s initials alomg with the frame number but as it wasn t built for any particular person then that s no surprise I am assuming it is built of 531 but the seat tube is slightly oversize which can make fitting a front mech slightly awkward but this can be got round with judicious use of a round file Perhaps Bill used a tube from a tandem set or similar as it was intended as a Time Trial frame so fitting a front mech was not envisaged As it is lugless then there

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/russell-gittins-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Wilson Cycles, Ken Russell
    Racing I know of in formation of the tread In 1950 51 Ken Russell rode for the I T P Independant Totaliser Pools team riding in both Brighton to Glasgow races of these years In 1952 he won the 14 day Daily Express Tour of Britain riding for Ellis Briggs as a sole rider He continued to ride for Ellis Briggs in 1953 and 1954 In 1955 he formed a team along with Jim Wilson of Wilson Cycles Sheffield and they rode bikes built by Wilson Cyles designed by Ken Russell the frame were badged up Ken Russell In the programme for the 1955 Tour of Britain Ken is down as having won 8 races in 1955 prior to the Tour One of his best performances riding against the top trade teams of B S A Hercules Viking and Wearwell was probably finising a close third behind Ian Steel in the Tour of the Pennines Ian Steel pips Ken Russell Russell Cycles to the line for second place in the 1955 Tour of the Pennines Ken formed the team in the early part of the 1955 season with frames built by James Frederick Wilson J F Wilson Cycles and the origional team was known as Russell Cycles It became Russ Wilson Cycles in September of the year to participate in the Butlins sponsored Tour of Britain Above is a photo of the sprint for 2nd place in the Tour of the Pennines between Ken and Ian Steel Brian Robinson had finished 24 seconds clear after breaking away on the final climb with about a mile left in the race I was there on the day as a 19 year old spectator I have had a set of Ken Russell transfers for some time and have been looking for a suitable

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/wilson-browne-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Saxon Twin-tube
    tubing Wheels Steel Hubs Unbranded rear fixed with Gripfast wing nuts built onto 26x 1 alloy To be replaced with Dunlop special light weight rims Chainset Williams 3 pin cottered 48t single Pedals Phillips rubber to be replaced with a pair of Webber steel chrome Gears Single fixed Brakes Front brake only is unbranded British steel chrome Stem Bars Unbranded short reach alloy stem with chrome bars to be replaced

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/saxon-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Selbach Phantom - c1930
    belonging to Midlands collector Mike Crumpton who was moving on to motorised bicycles We couldn t quite agree on the price he wanted more than I was comfortable with We settled I paid him his price and he threw in an extra machine This Selbach is that extra machine Thanks Mike you did me a favour The Features that make it special Although this Selbach frame dates from the early 1930 s most of the equipment is probably from the mid to later 1930 s with the exception of the wheels which were changed in 1948 The hubs are alloy small flange Blumfields paired with 26 x 1 inch hollow section Constrictor Asp rims Note that the spokes are the original black painted 15 17 gauge The pre war fluted back Chater Lea chainset is equipped with my favourite circa 1939 Chater Lea Race pedals with tommy bar fitting These were probably the very best pre war pedal available Were they the first to offer built in oil seals Note the tapered swan neck stem the only example that I ve ever found matched with what may well be Shallow Highgate handlebars a wonderful combination that looks stunning The Brooks B17 Champion Narrow saddle above can be identified as pre war by the in build bag loops cut into the leather It just goes to show just how good the quality of the leather was in Brooks saddles in the past modern ones only look similar this one is in very sound condition How many cycles still in regular use have their original pre war Bluemels celluloid mudguards above still in situ These ones with a patent date of 1934 marked on have the then required twelve square inches of white showing to the rear The alloy Constrictor Conloy brakes

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  • Selbach trike - mid-thirties
    mid thirties Owned by David Twitchett Selbach taper tube trike Front forks showing rake dust cap on front hub and telescopic mudguard stays Frame Selbach short wheel base low BB Reynolds taper tube tubing Abingdon axle Wheels Boalloy rims Chainset Chater Lea Pedals Chater Lea Gears Single Brakes GB Hiduminium Stem Bars Reynolds black enamelled with double bolts head clip fitting Marsh level grip bars Headset Clip type Saddle Brooks

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  • Sheffield Langsett Path - 1955
    Professional lugs Wheels Fiamme Milano rims on Campag large flange hubs Chainset Campag Pista 165 Pedals Campag track Gears Single fixed Brakes N A Stem Bars Titan with Maes Kint Schotte Steenbergen bars Saddle Brooks B17 Champion Sprinter Extra details Built in Sheffield Eric s town of birth as the name suggets The name over the shop door was Langsett Cycles 182 4 6 8 190 192 Infirmary Road Sheffield 6 works at Green Lane Sheffield 2 A lot of the models were just named Langsett There was a famous 90 mile road race called The Langsett Road Race started in 1951 and actually started in front of the shop shop Independents and amateurs under BLRC rules Famous winners were R Johnson J Pottier R J Maitland A Isley G Vines T Hallam and R Coe This was run on a tough circuit in Derbyshire leaving Sheffield into Langsett 1st Prize Trophy and 8 Pounds prize money a week s wages in 1951 and 1st Amateur Simplex JUY 51 Gear The 1957 Ovaltine Langsett Cycles team in that year s race was P Ryals G Shaw A Hoyland D Orford B Trippett and J Bennett Owned by W A Smith

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/sheffield-eric-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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