| I have seen a source for alum. Northroad style bars that are not Nitto. But somehow cannot find it now. Anyone have a link? My reason for not going with Nitto is cost. |
I'd swear I saw alloy North Road bars on the Harris Cyclery site. But I just did a quick search there and couldn't find them. But I did find them on a www search here. I've never delt with bikepartsusa so I can't recommend them but second hand I've heard they are pretty good. Let us know if you get them there. The price is right. http://www.bikepartsusa.com/product_info.phtml?p=01-79849&large=1
Dick in L.A.
| Thanks for the info. This was not the site I had, but should be fine. I have ordered a lot of stuff from bikepartsusa. Never had a problem , so I can recommend them as far as that goes. My only negative is that their shipping is a little high on bigger stuff. Thanks again Dick!! |
| Must be a new item at Bike Parts USA. I've looked there before and found only steel handlebars.|
| Here is link for Nitto Alloy North Road Bars offered by Harris...http://sheldonbrown.com/harris/three.html|
| Need the innards from a Sturmey-Archer FW (or the whole hub for that matter), for my Raleigh Sports Roadster project.|
| I have three old Raleigh bikes from 1899 to 1906 period I'm trying to find brak parts and complete crank set ups and a reacing handle bar and one set two front wheels and three back ones also need two sets of pedals and one head badge. Also need to find one shifter. Hope someone out there can help thanks for now.|
| 1906 with a shifter? Two speed SA? |
Or did you get false serial # info?
| I've had these english road bikes since the 60's. I need to find the early flat plate stifter for the one bike and it did have a 3-sp on that bike for sure. One of the bikes did have a 2-sp SA hub. The brake parts are also quite different from the 30's period stuff. |
| Hi I just recently picked up a 1970 Raleigh Superbe. I am also just getting into these awesome bikes. I need to replace the bulbs for both the front and rear lights. Does anyone know the model # for bulbs and where I could find them? Thanks!|
| The dimpled front bulb (powered by a 1951 Dynohub,I recently blew was a 6V 'Thorn' - sorry no model # |
| Try www.reflectalite.com You can get halogen bulbs for the Dyno lamps.|
| For the English bike lover---a "must Have"|
This is the reprint of the 1936 book.I was lucky and got an original some years ago---sam