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Item #: RM00538 -
These are reproductions of the grips Raleigh bicycles came with in the 1950s and early 1960s, but they will work on any bicycle with 7/8" handlebars (pretty much any cycle made in England). They are vinyl and brand new, never fitted to a bicycle. Decent grips are very hard to find, but these look the part and would be a great improvement to any English bicycle.You can buy nicer reproduction grips, but they are three or four times as expensive as these.The price includes ONE PAIR of grips.Back...
Item #: RM00530 -
This alloy bicycle pump is quite rare. It is the long style (about 17 inches), correct for lightweight Raleigh bicycles and showing correct Raleigh heron logos on two sides. It has some small dents, as shown in the pictures.
Item #: RM00536 -
This is a pair of handlebars, complete with levers, for a Raleigh of other English roadster bicycle of the 1950s equipped with roller-lever, brakes, also known as rod brakes. It is obviously in used condition with poor chrome plating, but it's a good candidate for restoration and the levers move freely with working springs.In late October, we will have a shipment of rare rod brake components from England, including some new ones. Email us for details.PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ACTUAL BARS SHOWN IN...
Item #: RM00526 -
This is a rare NOS Rudge 3-speed bicycle chainguard. It is the correct type chainguard for virtually any popular English 3-speed bicycle. It is a rare late-style Rudge decal, Bronze Green. It has some scratches from poor storage in a bike shop. But it has not rust or dents, and I can attest that removing rust and dents from a chainguard and making the new paint look good is a tall order.
Item #: RM00537 -
SORRY; THIS ITEM IS OUT OF STOCKThis is a rare aluminum alloy Shuresta adjustable kickstand. It came from a 1950 Raleigh, but I have seen these primarily on Phillips/ TI bikes, such as Dunelt, Phillips, BSA, etc. It is in overall good condition, clean and functional with the odd scratch or scrape.
Item #: RM00531 -
This may be the last time you will ever find a pair of new old stock front brake guides for a rod-brake-equipped bicycle, such as a Raleigh Tourist. This pair bolts to the front fork. They are in brand new unused condition, made in the Raleigh factory decades ago. They are sold as a pair. We also have some secondhand ones for less money. Email us for details. We have a good stock of rod brake parts, some new NOS and some secondhand, so contact us with your needs.
Item #: RM00507 -
This is a brand new old stock Sturmey-Archer trigger shifter and cable, made in the 1970s. It will work with any bicycle equipped with a Sturmey-Archer three-speed hub.The cable does not have the attachment barrel. The first picture shows the trigger housing with original cardboard protective covering in place.We have a wide selection of Sturmey-Archer hubs and parts, as well as many, many rare parts and accessories for English bicycles or all types. Please contact us if you have specific...
Item #: RM00539 -
This is a 1950s trigger shifter for an English bicycle equipped with a 3-speed hub. It is overall good used condition.SORRY, TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK
Item #: RM00514 -
This is a pair of 27 X 1 1/4" Sturmey=Archer rims, both 36 holes. They are the correct rims for Raleighs and other lightweight bicycles of the 1960s and 1970s. These ar in new old stock condition, never fitted to bicycle or laced up. They are in overall excellent condition but there are a few tiny spots on the chrome, as well as some very minor rust just beginning on the inner rim. There are no dents or dings and no major scratches.
Item #: RM01075 -
Where else can you find a brand new NOS Sturmey-Archer coaster brake hub? Here it is, brand new, never fitted to a bicycle, clean and ready for your sprocket and brake arm (we will include a used sprocket and brake arm if you like at no charge).It has 40 holes.
Item #: RM00509 -
This is a rare Terrys fork-mounted clip for a tennis racket. It attaches by a bracket that wraps around the bicycle fork. It is finished in silver enamel with a green baize interior to protect the finish of the fork and the racket.It was probably made in the 1930s to 1950s by Terrys in England.
Item #: RM00033 -
This is a new forged steel 3/8" 12-point drive socket set, made by the venerable King Dick Tool Company in England. Included are Whitworth sizes 1/8" through 1/2". We use these sockets regularly in our shop and have found them to be of excellent quality.Whitworth fasteners were used on virtually all English cars and motorcycles through the 1970's.