| Would like to know if anyone knows the value of my Raleigh biclcle, serial # 1917569. it says "Made in England" and has a metal decal on the front saying Notingham England. The chain cover was missing when I received the bicycle in the late 80s. It rides nicely, but does not look the best, blue paint is spotted with rust and has some dents. Still has original petals with the Raleigh emblem stamped in the hard rubber. I have kept it in the garage all these years but, I can see that was not the case before I had it. If anyone has any thoughts, please send me an email at email@example.com. Thanks, Marie|
| I just got an Elgin Motorbike from the turn of the century. It has the light on it, but doesn't have the batter pack and wires. ANy help would be appreciated.|
Also, looking for a 1940's light for a girls rollfast.
| If it is turn of century it would have been either carbide or kerosene.|
| do you know exactly how to date an elgin. Maybe the light was put on later. The toolbox is wooden, the tires are 28 inch single tubes and the wheels appear to made of metal/steel. Could they possibly be metal clad, wooden wheels? |
ANy help is appreciated.
thanks for you your response.
| Please see my for sale posting of 12-06-06 here regarding my 1972 Raleigh Comp. Pics are now available, please contact me.|
| Hi all|
I sale the 1st part of my collection (next one in January). Take a look:
http://hr.co.at/vintage-road/ I think good stuff for an ebayer.
If you have questions, please contact me.
| Are you selling individual pieces of your collection? I am looking for front and rear Campagnolo Nuovo Record derailleurs.|
| Has anyone ever heard of a hummingbird bike?? It's got wooden wheels. I only know that it was made in Rochester NY. Any info would be appreciated.|
| It's listed in the brands list on|
showing they were made 1895-1898. Pretty cool! Please post pictures to the oldroads picture database.