I have a 62cm Pacer frameset that will be available soon.
Look at this wonderful mongrel:
Nigel Dean Cinelli bike, 65cm, (not Paris)
61cm ready to go Super Accaio. Pretty immaculate. Would buy a 58 if it comes up second hand in a heartbeat. These are ace frames. I need a shorter top tube sadly. Same frame at condor for £999 in sale.
(now on ebay)
For sale: XL Ridley Phaeton T - Time Trial frameset with 4ZA Sphinx Fork £120
One paint chip on TT, no compromise to frameset
This one: https://www.pedalpowerbikeshop.com/product/ridley-phaeton-t-6473.htm
For sale: Louis Garneau P-09 Aero Helmet (Special Edition) Size Medium (56-59)
Excellent Condition. Used once in competition. £65
No visor, but comes with Velochampion Sunglasses.
Photos of both here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/89296094@N05/albums/72157715293359863
Postage to UK mainland to be calculated.
Payment by Paypal Goods and Services
Any chance of a few more photos?
Vintage Steel Dawes 25"
Part of my mega clear out
A vintage Dawes steel frame. The seat tube is 25” from centre to top and the top tube is 23” from centre to centre. Spaced at 120mm and 100mm will take either 700c or 27” pictured with 700c.
£65 and can be collect from Bromley by Bow near the big Tescos. I will be back in London early next week.
Now on ebay.
Just saw, thanks. No chance for London pick up if interested?
Whopping late 70's Joe Waugh tourer in leamington Spa:
Seller says 25" but it measurements shows 26 1/2" which looks about right. Note the shifter on the back of the seat tube probably for flicking on a dynamo.
Same era Steve Goff in Darlington. Also claiming to be 25" but this looks more like 23 1/2".
My 63cm Trek 520 is for sale in the classifieds!
No it sold on eBay last week
Anyone have any experience with Parlee?
Look to be reasonably big frames.
My mates ride them here in N Ireland through bike, coffee, shop ( velo cafe magasin) in Belfast
They are certainly v v happy with them
25” falcon showed up on my search.
Apparently owned by Ray Booty?
Guardian obit here:
British time-trial cyclist famous for becoming the first rider to finish a 100-mile event in under four hours
That saddle has seen a few miles, I think it’s a beauty.
Tandem anyone? Nice George Longstaff in Godalming. Comes with roof rack too:
Thank fuck it's dinged otherwise I'd stupidly be straight at that
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