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Item #: RM00532 -
This may be the last time you will ever find a pair of new old stock rear brake guides for a rod-brake-equipped bicycle, such as a Raleigh Tourist. 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 #: RM00535 -
This pump will fit the pegs of most English bikes. It's about 15 1/2 inches, but the handle compresses so it could be a little smaller or larger than this. It's brand new, probably made in Asia and not up to the quality of the original pumps, but it's affordable and looks good on your frame. I have used one to inflate a tire, and it will do the job in a pinch, although I would not want to use one every day. It even comes with a pair of plastic clips, in case your cycle does not have pump pegs....
Item #: RM00527 -
New and fresh, these Kendas are quite decent tires. They fit well and look like a proper sixties or seventies lightweight tire. We will have other Kenda sizes for vintage English and European bicycles in stock soon.
Item #: RM00513 -
Vintage English bicycle accessories are getting hard to find. This is a good one. It's a Lucas King of the Road Cyclometer, for measuring your cycling progress. We have a few original ones in excellent condition. The photos show a representative example. We're not sure what wheel size each was made for, but most likely for a 26" or 27" bicycle.
Item #: RM01007 -
This is a really fine new old stock Lucas HC13 bicycle headlamp. We are guessing it was made in the 1950s or early 1960s. It is a small unit, suitable for a lightweight or club machine.It is in outstanding original condition, with no fading, cracks or yellowing to the lens, beautiful chrome and reflector, and the terminal even retains its original red protective cap.We have never seen another quite like it. It would be a lovely period accessory to any British or European bicycle, Raleigh,...
Item #: RM00521 -
This is a nicely made Chinese copy of a Lucas King of the Road bicycle bell. The bell is triple chrome plated, with the copper layer showing on the underside of the dome. It is in perfect original, unused condition, clean as shown in the pictures. It sounds great. The bell comes in its original box. Sorry, we only have one of these and cannot find any more.
Item #: RM00518 -
Nice used alloy bars for a Raleigh lightweight bicycle, probably made in the 1970s. Raleigh heron logo and MADE IN ENGLAND in fancy script with laurel wreath engraving, nice overall condition. Needs a bit of a cleaning but no dents or deep scratches.They are 16 1/4 inches wide at the bar ends, 15 3/4 inches wide at the brake lever attachment position, 6 inches deep with a 6 1/2 inch drop.They would be perfect on a 60s, 70s or 80s Raleigh Competition, International, Gran Sport, or similar...
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 #: Sir Walter Raleigh Kickstand -
SORRY; THIS ITEM IS OUT OF STOCK Here we have an original forged alloy kickstand from a 1950s English 3-speed bicycle, adorned with the Sir Walter Raleigh logo, depicting Sir Walter laying his cloak down over the mud puddle for Queen Bess to step over. This is the one to have, sought after by fans of English roadsters and Sports bicycles. These stands are rugged, stylish and lightweight. This one is in really nice original condition, with very few scrapes and other defects. The pin is tight,...
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 #: 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...