Thought I'd put this on here first.
I've owned this frame for a couple of years but it's too large for me to ride. I bought it as a complete working machine and I've use many of the parts to build up a Genesis frame I bought on here. I knew the original owner who was a club and Audax rider of some repute around these parts and I had the experience of riding the Paris Brest Paris and London Edinburgh London in his company. It was built by respected Leeds frame builder Woodrup. Not sure exactly how long ago, something between five and ten years. The bike was used for Audax rides for a number of years and so has a few signs of use in the form of paint chips but no dings or dents. The original owners name is on the top tube (covered with a piece of tape for the photos).
Measures 25inchs from bottom bracket centre to top of seat tube.
Top tube 23 inchs centre of seat tube to centre head tube.
Measurements in inches as I'm pretty sure that's how it was built (makes sense to me)
Not measured any angles but it was built for long days on the road rather than riding on a track.
Interested pending a price
Woodrup don't seem to have any prices on their site but new Bob Jackson track frame prices look to start at £500.
How about £250
Lovely, How is this still for sale
Yes still for sale.
that's really nice. too big for me, but a bargain
Top class. 1" shorter and i'd have had it.
im 5'10 / 5'11 would this fit me?
how tall are you? How long is the stem and is the rear spacing 120mm? Also what size post does it take and do you have a post for it? Can it take 28c tyres? Sorry for the 20Q haha. Thanks
Still for sale ?
@fixedandsingle yes. Still for sale.
This is getting daft, has this gone yet? Thanks
this is such a bargain. if it wasn't 4 cm too big for me I'd have it
Here's a photo of the photo of the bike as it came to me. I used some parts on another build but still have everything so could put it back pretty much the way it looks here to sell as a running machine.
Can I buy as just the frame? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org I never seem able to PM using this unit or my v v limited skill set,where are you based ?iam south London, iam pretty much def for the frame as it's more road than track and will prob be a Kevin Sayles built frame, many thanks
@user65906. Yeah, its the frame I'm selling, photo above is just to show what it looked like built up. I'm near Holmfirth, West Yorkshire. Like I said earlier in the thread this frame was built for long days on the road.
Well iam a definite plse,are you happy posting? Let's sort out payment like most of us I need another bike like a hole in the head so no hurry regards posting,many thanks Stef.P.S recognise the name from RetroBike can't believe nobody nabbed it there esp usefull being ahead much easier to dial in position than with a quill when a fattie like me
Don't worry about formatting, just type in the text and we'll take care of making sense of it. We will auto-convert links, and if you put asterisks around words we will make them bold.
For a full reference visit the Markdown syntax.
© LFGSS, powered by microcosm.
Report a problem
London Fixed Gear and Single-Speed is a community of predominantly fixed gear and single-speed cyclists in and around London, UK.
This site is supported almost exclusively by donations. Please consider donating a small amount regularly.