| I RECENTLY MADE ROAD WORTHY A ROBIN HOOD 5 SPEED BICYCLE. I AM INTERESTED IN SELLING THIS BIKE TO SOMEONE WHO WILL APPRECIATE IT. THE BIKE IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION, WITH ALL ORIGINAL PARTS.|
| What year? Is this an SA hub? How big is the frame? Ed|
| I'm looking for a 1970's road bike frame and fork, preferably something that would have originally had Campagnolo components. Would like one that looks good, but that isn't functional (cracked weld, stripped bottom bracket threads, etc). Will use it for "art"; it will never be ridden.|
i saw a raleigh international frame with a cracked bottom bracket on ebay recently. it might still be there.
Thanks much, it had been sold, but would have been exactly what I was looking for.
| I have a 70's Robin Hood 10 speed frame, fork bars and cranks I was going to offer on Criag's list for a fixed gear for $20 if that is interesting to you. I also have the Hurit kit, and Raleigh long reach brakes, etc. if anyone else needs parts. Ron|
| I have a Raleigh Competition GS, size 58(ish) with NR. Missing rear wheel...I might have one. Black.|
Also a Raleigh International, size 60, complete with NR. gold. I have no idea what they are worth. let me know if you are interested. Thanks!
| Very nice complete stock old English 3speed. 1953.|
For sale by original owner.Purchased Jan 1954.
Have original receipt, sales brochure, and owners manual.
Has optional front wheel "dynohub" light.
Completely original except for handle bar grips and tires.
Located in Bellevue WA. Will ship.
Call for details, history, lots of pics.
Thanks, Ted 425 746 1053.
| I have for sale a vintage 1972 Raleigh Competition, condition is as NEW, all parts original: TA crank,pinky shifters, Huret jubilee derallier, Weinman centerpulls, Brooks B17 saddle,added new sew ups, Carlton 531 frame hand made in Nottingham England, all decals in excellent condition. Ridden 3 times, aunt bought the bike for me but unfortunately she didn't know about frame sizing and bought a frame that was too big for me, she bought another properly sized Competion for me, and said she would give it to my cousin but never did, and there it has been since 1972 until she recently passed away.Bike was stored inside in her celler NO RUST,NO WEAR, NEVER MESSED WITH!!!I nearly fell over when I saw it after all these years!!!Condition: New, 24" from center of BB to top of seat post(too big for me)33" floor to top of top tube. Things that make it only 99% out of a possible 100% and easy to fix:left leather toe strap missing,original cotton handlebar wrap slightly dusty, thats about it!! This classic beauty needs to be ridden and not stored!!! Make me an offer please.Pictures will be sent if requested. Thanks ED|
| Hello, I'm in Florida. Where are you located? Could you please send photos of the bike? I worked on 70's Raleigh's. I currently have a 79 Competition and also had the 71, Lilac.. Thanks!|
| Hi - I am very interested in this '72 Raleigh Competition. I is my exact size. Please send me any pictures you have and I will be happy give you an offer.|
| Sir, Is the raleigh competition you have for sale still available? I am interested in purchasing the bike. Sincerely, Mark Kovach.|
| Wanted: boys Roadmaster bicycle, (1958-1961?) Bicycle was Red, with headlight, rear rack, 5 star chain sprocket, chain guard, and tank. Name might have read: Roadmaster Delux, but not sure.|