• Oh.
    What the title says.

  • For this, if it matters.

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  • Is this sized.
    Probably not going to find.
    Tyres made in Czechoslovakia.
    Is that even a place anymore?

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  • Reading Bicycle Kitchen have sorted me out with odd sized things in the past, give them a try? https://www.readingbicyclekitchen.org/

  • Now, I should have thought of that. Was there today buying a bike.
    I wish I was more organised.
    Will pop over next Thursday if nothing else crops up meanwhile.

  • I might have a 26x wheel but can't remember if it's still in the garage
    The 26x 1 1/4 is 597mm ISO as that was the british sports bike size, check the tyre as it'll be on there I had a raleigh Olympus a few years back and sold if for peanuts to someone on here and that was running 26s.

    I'll have a rummage in the garage tomoz when it's light as there's no leccy in there.
    not close to you but if it's there and actually useable I'd do it for postage

  • Lovely, cheers man.
    Oh, yes, will also check that tyre size (it rings a bell but the wheels are in the shed at the bottom of a very dark garden. So will also need to check tomorrow:)

  • Well, had a look and the only thing I found was three ISO 590 tyres, sorry for getting your hopes up!

  • Lol, but thanks for checking. Going to the Reading Bicycle Kitchen on Saturday, they sounded hopeful.

  • I've got an old set of steel rimmed 26" wheels that fit those specs, with tyres and tubes. In London.

  • Ah, kind offer. Could I hold until the weekend and see if there are any locally?

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26x1-1/4 wheelset, 120mm rear / 100mm front OLD, cheap, near Reading or Oxford, for a ratty Falcon that needs a new life

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