Cycles and Frames – Offered for Sale 4th June 2016

On Saturday 4th June 2016 we held our fifth specialist cycling section.  Here are the bikes and frames that were offered for sale.

You can download the 4 June 2016 Auction Catalogue as a PDF.

Please call Andrew Wilcox on 01962 738534 or 07813 211451 or email with any other questions.

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  • The descriptions and photos are provided by the sellers.

Please visit the Cycles page for information on our next cycle auction.

43 comments on “Cycles and Frames – Offered for Sale 4th June 2016

  1. Triumph Ladies Roadster Maroon. Single speed, rod brakes, Lychett saddle. Raleigh cranks and logo on seat tube. Post 1956 when Raleigh acquired BSA, who had bought the Triumph Cycle Company in 1951. Missing chain is on its way. In working order: Good bearings: Bottom bracket and headset – cleaned, balls replaced and greased. Tyres pump up and don’t leak. Some paintwork and chrome has corroded but it’s mechanically sound.

  2. Raleigh Dawn Safety Tourist or possibly Superbe Ladies Bike. No dates on either Sturmey Archer 3 speed or Dynohub which indicates it is a World War II bike. This is the only period Sturmey Archer did not date stamp their hubs. The mudguards have blackout white paint on them and the headlamp has a black shell (normally chrome).
    It has serial numbers on the bottom bracket 386980Z and on the seat tube 8116J but I can’t relate those to Raleigh serial numbers I have found on the web.
    Tyres Michelin Roadsters – Made in England – Recent manufacture and no leaks.
    Terry Sprung Seat Saddle
    Supplied by Winchester Bicycle and Motorcycle. Jewry Street.

  3. Vindec Atlantic made by Brown Brothers, London in excellent condition.
    20″ frame. Sturmey Archer 3 speed hub and Dynohub both dated 1974.
    The Bluemels lightweight mudguards should be fixed by the auction.
    The 26″ wheels are in particularly good condition.
    Not much info about Vindec / Brothers on the web. They stopped manufacturing in 1989 their centenary but they must have made quite a few bikes based on this serial no. 65794

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