| I just bought 2 old Phillips( made in England ) Ladies Bikes.I know my Americans but am lost with these 2.I know this one is a 1969 and I just pollished it up today(PHOTO ATTACHED ) it has whoppin 28 inch tires( STOCK ).It rides great....any links or info on old Phillips bikes would be great.|
|I don't know any more about the years of your bikes but I would say 50's/60's. The perry hub has 14/36 or 40 would be the spokes and size of the spokes. Here is a pic of the mens I have, match to your ladies 28".|
| Old Bayliss & wiley bottom bracket. To fit cottered cranks Ebay # 300040571601. Made in England. |
| When were these hubs made?Any one know of the Celtonia line?|
| Celtonia was a name given to a mainsteam Phillips line of products, likely after WWII. The hefty Celtonia hubs are typically well-roadster hubs made with hard steel.|
I also like the Celtonia pedals rubber pedals.
| ...typically well-made roadster hubs...|
| I have a ca. 1950 Humber that was given to me as a boy, brand new. I am 68, so you cabs ee how old it is. it is in totally original condition, even the tires. But, I lost the pump. Where can I get one? I live in San Francisco|
Thanks and Cheers
|try Ebay UK under vintage cycles!|
| I'm surprised no one mentioned this Sunbeam: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=016&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWA%3AIT&viewitem=&item=260040541946&rd=1&rd=1#ebayphotohosting|
Nice original looking bike and the price shows it.