Cycles and Frames – Offered for Sale 5th September 2015

On Saturday 5th September 2015 we held our fourth specialist cycling section.  Here are the bikes and frames that were offered for sale.

You can download the 5 September 2015 Auction Catalogue as a PDF.

Please call Andrew Wilcox on 01962 738534 or 07813 211451 or email cycles@auctionsinaday.co.uk with any other questions.

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  1. Airnimal Chameleon Folding Bike
    Great for plane and train travel for touring in other countries.
    Aluminium frame and carbon fork. Weighs 10kg 22lbs
    Shimano 105 – compact double chainset, 10 speed rear derailleur, hubs, brake/gear levers
    Shimano Tigra brakes
    24″ wheels with Airnimal rims

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  2. EasyMotion Sport 36V Electric Bike
    Bought in 2012/2103. Ridden for 600 miles
    Panasonic drive onto chainwheel with Shimano Tiagra 10 speed derailleur
    Aluminium frame and carbon fork
    Schwalbe Marathon tyres and Cateye cycle computer
    Weight 16.9kg Range 60 miles

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  3. Apollo Jewel girls MTB
    Lilac colour
    Frame 17″ ,
    20 1/2″ notional top tube length,
    41″ wheelbase, some surface rust
    Shimano gears, 3 chain rings, 6 gears on rear derailleur. Twist grip shifters
    Wheels 26″ x 1.95″
    Very little wear on the tyres
    V brakes
    Front & rear reflectors & working rear light
    Straight handlebars, no hand grips

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  4. Peugeot “Aspin” Racing Cycle.
    Owned from New.
    Model Aspin 12-Speed
    Frame – 60cms (23 1\2″)
    Frame Material Peugeot HLE tubing, lugless, fastback stays.
    Wheels – Rigida AL 1320 Alloy rims, Maillard alloy S/F hubs stainless spokes.
    Gears – Huret Eco.
    Brakes – Weinmann 500 alloy side pull, drilled levers.
    Saddle – Mondialita racing back
    Colour – RT (Tulip Red) with Peugeot Pro Transfers

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  5. JA Grose Mens Tandem partially restored. 20″ frame has been sandblasted and stove painted some time ago. It is a lightweight frame. The owner could single handed load it into the back of their estate car.

    Wheels rebuilt by specialist wheel builder – 26″ 1 3/8 Samir Saminox rims with stainless spokes. (They are just dirty, a bit of polish reveals a shiny surface). Drum brake hubs, the rear is marked Sturmey Archer. New tyres were fitted at the time of the restoration but it was hardly used.

    3 speed rear derailleur and two chain rings on the stokers drive side. All the bearings:bottom brackets, hubs, pedals and steering are smooth but some need tightening up.

    JA Grose was established in 1876 in London. Date of this frame not known but being researched. It is marked R10 on the seat tube.

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  6. Raleigh Gemini 18 speed Ladies Bike with 531 19″ frame. A hand built mountain bike light weight. Would be called a hybrid today. 700C wheels with Weimann alloy rims and Shimano Exage hubs. Cantilever Dia Compe brakes, Laprade alloy seat post.

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  7. Trek 7200 front suspension hybrid bike.
    Aluminium frame, Shimano brakes and gears, Bontrager tyres.
    Overhauled, fitted with new bottom bracket and head set.
    Lubricated and set up. Suspension preload adjustment has seized.
    56cm / 22″ traditional frame size equivalent. 17″ centre of bottom bracket to top of seat tube or 56cm / 22″.
    Ready to ride.

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