Cycles and Frames

Cycles sold in 2014 - Early Dawes Tourer 531ST, Holdsworth 531ST, Ruxley with Campagnola parts, Dawes Galaxy Tourer 531ST, FW Evans Tourer 531ST, Vintage Raleigh Police Bike 1930s frame

Cycles sold in 2014 – Early Dawes Tourer 531ST, Holdsworth 531ST, Ruxley with Campagnola parts, Dawes Galaxy Tourer 531ST, FW Evans Tourer 531ST, Vintage Raleigh Police Bike 1930s frame

 

On Saturday 3rd June 2017 we are holding our fifth specialist section along with our general auction at Itchen Abbas Village Hall. The theme is cycling and you can find more details on our Specialist Cycle Auction page.   We are promoting it well in advance to give buyers and sellers the best opportunity to see and sell the cycles or related items.It is a requirement for submitting lots to this specialist section of the auction that the sellers upload descriptions and photographs to the web site.  It’s a simple and free process. Lots have to be delivered on the morning of the auction and removed if unsold in the afternoon unless you have reached a prior arrangement with us.


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

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  • There is no guarantee they will be for sale until they are delivered on the morning of the auction.
  • This is not a catalogue at the moment.

Please scroll down to see the bikes and frames that have been posted for sale at the auction

79 comments on “Cycles and Frames

  1. Blue Merlin small gents tourer
    20″ 531 frame & forks. Campagnolo headset
    Brooks B17 saddle with alloy seat pin
    Stronglight cranks and compact twin chainset
    Campagnolo alloy road pedals with Christophe clips and straps
    Campagnolo QR hubs with Alloy Mavic rims & stainless steel spokes
    Continental 700 x 28 tyres
    Gipiemme caliper brakes
    Vetta computer
    Straight handlebars
    Carradine traditional saddlebag with alloy support

  2. Raleigh probably 5 speed road bike frame with lugs for pump, rear brake cables, rear derailleur down shifter. Cottered Raleigh cranks with lightweight alloy pedals and unidentified chainring. To which has been fitted: Rear wheel Mavic MA2, rim 7 speed freewheel on a Shimano RX100 hub. Front wheel unknown rim on a Shimano deore XT hub. Both with fitted with Schwalbe Blizzard Sport 700c x 23mm tyres. WIngbar lightweight alloy handlebars on Sakae Custom alloy stem. Buzz Off seat on chrome seat post. Deconstruction springs to mind.

  3. 23” Bates of Westcliffe bicycle. (They made/sold conventional as well as cantiflex/diadrant frames – see http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/builders/bates4.html , but I’m not sure what model this is.) 23” seat-tube centre to top, Ekla lugs, nice box lining, but quite heavily touched up. TA chain ring, steel cranks, Huret Svelto rear mech, GB bars, Weinmann brakes, basic 700c wheels, Campag copy pedals.

  4. 22.5” Duckett bicycle. Ducketts were a London based lightweight shop operating up to the 1960s — see http://classiclightweights.co.uk/builders/duckett.html. I would guess the frame dates from the late 1950s. 22.5″ seat-tube centre to top; 22.25″ top-tube. Reynolds 531db with Nervex Professional lugs. Violet metallic paintwork by Argos with some touched up scratches. Stronglight/TA chain-set; Mafac centre-pull brakes; Cinelli bars/stem; Brooks Pro saddle; Campag copy pedals with toe-clips and straps.

  5. Viscount Road Bike serial no. D24179 (possibly 1979). 21″ or 53cm frame. Original supplier Jim Guard Cycle Specialists of Southampton. It has steel forks not the aluminium “Death Forks”. Alloy rims 27 1/4″ rims fitted with Michelen World Tour 27 1/8″ tyres in good condition. Has a small saddle bag containing a basic repair kit including four alloy tyre levers and a dumbell spanner. It is a ride away bike that needs some TLC.

    As you can see in the next photo it has been “improved” by its owners over the years with a variety of components.

    • More detail on the bits and pieces of the Viscount road bike:
      – Circlipped bottom bracket
      – Viscount transfer
      – Maillard rear hub with fixed sprocket threads
      – Rear derailleur Suntour Cyclone 7000
      – Pedals SP-100AL with Choisy toe straps. Possibly Viscount original? Split outer cage on other pedal
      – Jim Guard transfer
      – CTC transfer
      – Vetta saddle
      – Sugino chainwheels 52-40T. Maxy alloy cranks stamped 171 but measure 170mm
      – Mafac centre pull brakes
      – Milremo front hub
      – Laprade seat post
      – “Binns” transfer – the owner’s name?

  6. Raleigh 18-23 steel frame 22.5″ frame with 22.5″ top bar centre to centre. In very good condition, lightweight. Could be fitted with a clamped rack for lightweight touring or commuting but there are no mounting points.
    Chainset: Stronglight alloy triple 48-38-28 teeth.
    Derailleurs: Rear – Suntour XC Pro, Front – Suntour XC Comp, Suntour thumb shifters.
    Pedals: Shimano PD MX-15.
    Brakes: Wienmann Rear 730R, Front 500F, Diacompe DP7 levers
    Handlebar: Straight alloy club roost bar
    Mudguards: plastic
    Built for 27″ wheels.

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