AGE / VALUE:   Ebay outting---A HUFFY! posted by: sam on 5/17/2006 at 12:52:14 AM

my kinda huffy--- I wish---not mine--no relation etc

   RE:AGE / VALUE: Ebay outting---A HUFFY! posted by Warren on 5/17/2006 at 2:24:12 AM
Another club bike! Very sweet.

   RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: Ebay outting---A HUFFY! posted by P.C. Kohler on 5/17/2006 at 4:44:44 PM

Huffy had quite a range of quality lightweights made for them including top notch Carltons in the mid to late 1960s.

But Huffy... it had zero boy bragging rights when I was a lad and we'd sneer at kids with such things. And I admit I still quite can't get over... well a "Huffy"!

P.C. Kohler

   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Ebay outting---A HUFFY! posted by David on 5/19/2006 at 1:18:47 PM
I had never heard of Huffys until I moved to Dayton as a boy in 1959 (Schwinn was IT with my brother and role model). All the kids there had them (probably from the factory outlet). Even as a 5th grader they struck me as inferior to the English "racers" and Schwinns. I never saw one of the Huffy-branded English bikes until years later.

   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Ebay outting---A HUFFY! posted by David on 5/20/2006 at 5:11:32 PM
I asked the seller if pickup was ok; he said sure, but it's near LAX!! Too bad for me, maybe someone else? Still only $25...

   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Ebay outting---A HUFFY! posted by tomasso on 5/23/2006 at 4:21:04 AM
I'd sure like to see this bike, it's already down , if anyone is still talking about it, did it have "drop bars" in you all talking about a "Club bike"? Is it blue or red? My buddy has a man and woman's bike, 3 speed, from about '62.

Best Regards!


MISC:   Raleigh Sports decals posted by: David on 5/16/2006 at 9:53:23 PM
NMA, Ebay # 6629856524 It's a sheet of decals for Raleigh Sports mid-60s I think.

ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   From England, but not sure if English posted by: Ann Piesen on 5/15/2006 at 2:22:53 AM
First off, I have to thank Sheldon for the great information he has accumulated and shared. When we bought our home, two bicycles were left in the basement. One I was readily able to identify (with Sheldon's help) as a 1951 Raleigh Sport. I had to sell it because neither my husband or I were big enough to ride it! Instead, I now ride a mint 1970 Raleigh small wheel.

My dilemma is the other cike. I am stumped on the other one, which I still have. It looks to a 1950's bike, but is labeled R 26, Hungary. It looks to have been purchased in Britain, but that it... If I could figure the maker I could perhaps figure out the rest!

Thank you:)


   RE:ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   From England, but not sure if English posted by Chris on 5/17/2006 at 2:07:30 PM
Don't get me wrong. Sheldon and the shop are very alive and kicking. But as for our merry little group here? Sheldon has "left the building" some time ago.


ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   Finally Got Pics Up of My Rudge posted by: sciencemonster on 5/15/2006 at 1:03:50 AM
If anyone is interested - an old Sports model from just after the war. Sorry the site is so slow to load - it's an old beat up computer in my basement.


ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   decals posted by: Manny Brochu on 5/14/2006 at 7:09:41 PM
I have a mid 60's Raleigh sports 3 speed that I am fixing up some. Paint, etc. Does anyone know of an illustration, picture or some other reliable info regarding decal placement. Suggestion on replaceing the gold/black/white tapes on the standbar?
Thank you. Manny Brochu

   RE:ENGLISH ROADSTERS:   decals posted by Matthew on 5/14/2006 at 8:07:40 PM
Hi Manny,

Look at Lloyds Cycles website they have decals for most older cycles. Also Classic transfers are good helpful people.

Matthew - stick with it.