WANTED:   Hand Grips posted by: Patrick on 5/28/2007 at 2:30:17 PM
Just putting in a note; I am looking for some grips for an English bike; I've seen the kind of grips before, they are less than 4 inches long, maybe 3 and a half inches and do not really have ribs in them. the handle itself is almost reminiscent of a Roman or Greek pillar if that is understandable with columnar type indentations.
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   RE:WANTED:   Hand Grips posted by Patrick on 5/28/2007 at 2:34:56 PM
Just adding in, I will gladly pay a fair value for them. Used is fine.
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   RE:WANTED:   Hand Grips posted by ken on 5/31/2007 at 6:15:24 AM
Seems to me this came up in the Roadster group a year or two ago and someone was making repros. I suggest searching the discussion archive of the three-speed gurus.
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FOR SALE:   Iverson Roadrunner posted by: Derek on 5/28/2007 at 9:56:16 AM
The bike is in great shape, some of the chrome is pitted and there is a little paint missing on the top right side of the front fork. I'm sure it will be a great project bike for someone. I'm not sure of the value, so I'll entertain offers.


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WANTED:   Parts needed for project posted by: Michael Glasgow on 5/27/2007 at 9:12:55 PM
Looking for a 36h Atom Front Drum Brake Hub in great condition, Top dollar paid. Also need a 68' Schwinn 3-speed Stik Shift also in really great condtion. Any help appreciated, these are the last parts I need to finish my project.
Thanks,
Michael
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FOR SALE:   Hercules Tourist posted by: DJ Stamp on 5/27/2007 at 9:24:07 AM
I have a Hercules Tourist with serial number PO 3414 stamped on the rear dropout. There is no date one the Hercules 3 speed rear end. It has a brass Hercules head badge. Any idea of the vintage of this bicyle??
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   RE:FOR SALE:   Hercules Tourist posted by ken on 5/29/2007 at 10:22:24 AM
The early ones, pre-war, had the shifter mounted on the top tube. After 1960, according to Sheldon Brown, they were part of the Raleigh conglomerate and would have had Sturmey gears when the Hercules-made ones ran out. The Hercules hub used a threaded driver, which Sheldon says is prized for making hybrid gearing.
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MISC:   IDENTIFICATION OF OLD RALEIGH PART posted by: Alan Overton on 5/27/2007 at 5:49:59 AM
I have found an old cable assembly for a raleigh Bike, it has a white cable, a bracket, assembly and rod type thing, it is brand new in the bag, cable is approx 18 long? I would estimate this is about 25 years old as i found it in my parents loft whist clearing out yesterday, I would appreciate it if anyone can point me in the right direction

Thanks, Alan 07850475043
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