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  • Sheffield Langsett
    Bayliss Wiley large flange hubs 32 40 Chainset Williams 1232 double Pedals Lyotard MB23 with GB toeclips Gears Campagnolo Gran Sport front and rear derailleurs with Open C down tube levers Brakes Weinmann levers Weinmann 730 calipers Stem Bars GB hiduminium spearpoint stem with GB Maes bars Saddle Brooks Champion Narrow on Reynolds alloy seatpost Extra details Bought from the original owner Mr J Dickinson of York in 2009 It

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/sheffield-penfold-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Jack Sibbit 'Special' track bike
    fixed hubs Chainset Chater Lea 21T inch pitch chainset on Bayliss Wiley bottom bracket Pedals Chater Lea with Christophe clips and toe straps Gears Single speed fixed with 7T sprocket Brakes N A Stem Bars Chromed steel track bars on Major Taylor adjustable stem Saddle Brooks B17 Sprinter on 27 2 domed alloy seat pin Inch pitch block chain sprocket and Chater Lea chainset Image showing headlugs fork crown for round forks Major Taylor adjustable stem and track bars Jack E Sibbit 475 Stockport Rd Manchester Airlite hub and track ends with facility for wheel adjuster Mavic Montlhery sprint rim badge Jack Sibbit was a well known track cyclist from the early twenties through to the thirties He raced all over the UK on hard tracks such as Herne Hill and his local track Fallowfield in Manchester He also competed regularly on grass tracks and was to win twelve National Championships at all distances He was easily identified by his sleeveless jerseys and muscular build Jack Sibbit tandem captain with Dennis Horn as stoker winning one his eight tandem championships Hard man Jack positioned second during an international race held at Herne Hill He finished racing in 1938 and became

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/sibbit-track-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Southern Track - 1950
    coats plus chrome track ends round to round forks with twin plate crown Wrapover seat stay and reinforced seatstay bridge Was built by Jack Wyatt at Southern Cycles in 1950 The lugs and rear ends were cut by the first owner Bill Christy an engineer who rode the machine in the supporting race at the Wembley 6 day in 1951 Wheels Mavic 700c rims on Maillard SF D F hubs

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/SouthernTrack1950.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Stallard Montlhery 1948
    chainstays 42 wheelbase 73 head 71 head Wheels Airlite large flange hubs 32 40 gear fixed 15 17 double butted spokes Weinmann HP rims Continental tyres Chainset Williams 1200 fluted cranks 6 with 46T ring TDC Bottom Bracket Pedals Chater Lea with Christophe toe clips and Binda straps Gears Osgear 5 speed 16 18 20 22 24 freewheel chain guide at chainwheel Brakes CLB stirrups and levers Stem Bars Presto

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/Stallard1948.html (2016-02-09)
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  • P T Stallard Special Zakopane - 1958
    sites P T Stallard Special Zakopane 1958 Owned by Keith Hellon Frame Stallard Special Zakopane Frame No SZ80576 Seat tube 23 Top tube 22 Wheels Exeltoo small flange hubs with Fiamme 36 hole sprint rims Chainset Stronglight cottered steel with Simplex double rings Pedals Lyotard with Christophe toeclips Gears Benelux rod front changer and 5 speed rear Brakes Mafac Racer CP Stem Bars GB 10cm with GB Maes bars Saddle

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/zakopane-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • 1947 Stephens Special cycle
    front and Sturmey Archer rear Chainset Williams C34 with 46 tooth Nicklin ring Pedals Chater Lea Sprinter with Sportsman adjustable toe clips Gears Sturmey Archer FM Brakes Burlite front and rear Stem Bars Reynolds alloy TT bars on GB girder stem Saddle Lycett L Avenir Extra details Ad Hoc Tourisme pump Eddie Mitchell started making cycles as E Stephens at 28 Newington Green Road Islington in the 1920 s and

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/stephens-clarke-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • George Stratton 1969 built by Bill Gray
    the bottom bracket shell to made a very stiff and stable specialist time trial frame Built up she weighs only 20 6 lbs Bill Gray lugwork and shot in seat stays Bottom bracket with extended spearpoint lugs ABOUT THE BUILDER BILL GRAY Joining the firm in 1932 Bill Gray was among the remarkable stable of fine framemakers who began with Claud Butler including Les Ephgrave Fred Dean Bill Hurlow George Stratton and Bill Philbrook During the war Gray served in the RAF as an airframe fitter and towards the end of the conflict was with de Havilland in Canada making strengthened rear fuselage members on Mosquitos to fit arrestor hooks so they could be used on carriers although this eventually proved impractical Returning to Butlers in 1947 Gray rose to Chief Foreman Framebuilder and worked with them until the firm went into receivership in 1958 In the early 1960s Gray started his own framebuilding business with a workshop previously belonging to Saxon directly behind the well established 1927 Wandsworth London cycle shop of George W Stratton still trading and family owned The shop had originally been a Claud Butler s and Stratton came from the company as well Like many of the better London shops it offered its own range of custom made racing cycles and Gray built most if not all of them over some 20 years Gray made bespoke frames for many London area cycle shops in addition to Strattons including Dave Russell Slough Dave Davey North London Fred Dean Wandsworth Clive Stuart Catford and H E Doc Green South London Most of these bear his unique serial no sequences which help identify them as Gray built In addition to road racing frames including for the Clive Stuart racing team Gray built track frames and even novelty bikes

    Original URL path: http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/stratton-kohler-rb.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Clive Stuart cycles
    and are built from Reynolds Special Lightweight tubing and fork blades Frame size is 60 cm CTT top tube is 57 cm CTC frame is spaced at 100 front 120 rear Serial number is 1014 which does not seem to follow the regular Holdsworth patterns I believe that it is actually a Holdsworth Professional that was built for Clive Stuart and given it s specifications and wear may have been one of their team bikes I ve compared the frame and fork side by side with another Holdsworth Pro and they are virtually identical Except the Clive Stuart is considerably lighter Wheels Campagnolo high flange No Record hubs laced to Nisi rims Chainset 1973 Campagnolo crankset Pedals Early Campagnolo Super Record steel spindles Gears Campagnolo Patent 73 rear derailleur and an early circlip front derailleur Downtube shifters are very early Super Record with black lever stops Brakes Campagnolo Record Stem Bars Early Cinelli 1R stem with Cinelli Giro d Italia bars Saddle Selle Italia Turbo Seatpost is an early fluted single bolt Super Record Extra details This is a 1973 Clive Stuart badged machine which I believe is in it s original paint This bike appears to have led a

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