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Item #: RM00534 -
This is some rare stuff. It is a set of lights and rechargeable battery unit from a 1953 Raleigh Superbe. The headlamp, wiring and dry battery unit are original, although I think the tail lamp is a replacement, although it was probably also made in the 1950s in England.Thes parts are in unrestored, untested condition but there isn't a lot that can go wrong with it. With a good cleaning and a fresh coat of paint, it would be excellent on any English bicycle.We have a number of other British...
Item #: RM00511 -
Some higher-end Raleigh-built bicycles in the 1950s used aluminum alloy seatposts. They are fairly rare, but here's a decent one. It has its share of scratches and other patina, but it's the genuine article, stamped "RALEIGH INDUSTRIES." It is ten inches long.We have numerous standard chrome seatposts for Raleighs and other English bicycles. Please contact us for details.
Item #: RM00508 -
These are very rare original NOS Raleigh Industries hard plastic handlebar grips They are in perfect shape, apart from some moulding ripples in the end of one of the pair. They are marked "RALEIGH INDUSTRIES".
Item #: RM00510 -
Original Raleigh cycle tire pumps like this one have become quite rare and desirable for use on English machines. Bluemels Lightweight pumps of this style with the R-I logo were used on Raleighs, Humbers, Robin Hoods, Triumphs, and a great many other English bicycles of the 1950s and early 1960s.This one is a very, very rare find. It is in new old stock, unused condition, with only a very few small scratches to show its age. The handle, which is usually shrunk with age on these pumps, is in...
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.
Here is a totally beautiful original pair of Raleigh rebuildable pedals. They are made so that the rubber tread blocks can be replaced. The bearings are fully replaceable and adjustable.These pedals lookas if they have been barely used. The chrome is excellent and the rubber blocks are outstanding with no wear showing at all. The little picture of Sir Walter Raleigh spreading his cloak over the mud puddle for Queen Bess is clean and sharp. The axles run smoothly, still in their original...
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 #: RM00523 -
This is a very nice original kickstand, correct for any Raleigh or Phillips -TI bicycle of the 1950s through 1970s, including Raleigh, Hercules, Robin Hood, Triumph, BSA, Dunelt, Phillips, and scores of other English 3-speed type machines. The stand is clean and recently painted in Hammerite paint. There is very little wear on the moving parts.
Item #: CO-16 -
This is a very unusual Raleigh bicycle. It's a 1958 Superbe, lady's frame cycle, Raleigh's best 3-speed. The Superbe came equipped with tons of accessories and deluxe appointments, and this one retains most of those features.This cycle has a 3-speed Sturmey-Archer hub, Dynohub built-in generator, original headlamp and taillamp, Dyno-Luxe dry battery unit (rechargeable battery for the lamps!), original very rare green Bluemels tire pump, Excellent original Raleigh rebuildable pedals, locking...