FOR SALE:   Unique tandem you will love! posted by: Bob Bitts on 3/30/2007 at 6:37:38 PM
Unique, ulitimate collectabel bike, built with rear rider shifter, all campy record, designed by Spence Wolf circa 1966.


WANTED:   Raleigh Roadster posted by: Kit on 3/30/2007 at 2:01:57 PM

I want to buy a Gent's 1952-1959 Raleigh Superbe Sports Tourist with 28" wheels, rod brakes, 4-speed Dynohub with Dynoluxe filter switch unit, lock, pump, Brooks, and bell.
If such a beast lives, can it come out to the farm and live out its days with a few friendly relatives?

Best regards,

   RE:WANTED:   Raleigh Roadster posted by jeffrey ian rowse on 4/14/2007 at 9:08:49 PM
they are out there, try via bicycles in Philadelphia, crusty owner, businesslike, but good heart. also, trophy bicycles, owner ( mike ) very busy, but knowledgable. expect to pay 600 plus

Good luck.

WANTED:   Raleigh Lenton Clubman; want to buy. posted by: Thom J. on 3/30/2007 at 1:20:01 PM
I'm at it again. Want to buy a good rideable Lenton Clubman. Do not want a "museum" bike. Have been keeping an eye on E-bay and Craigslist but haven't seen anything recently. They seem kind of scarce at the moment. So I'm trying the Old Roads site. Drop me a line if you have something for sale or have seen one listed somehwere else. Thx again for all you help, Thom.

   RE:WANTED:   Raleigh Lenton Clubman; want to buy. posted by jeffrey ian rowse on 4/14/2007 at 9:14:34 PM
i have a green lenton frame with fork in g-vg condition you could certainly doll it up, I have parts.
jeff rowse

MISC:   Hobo Bike posted by: kimberly on 3/30/2007 at 7:27:24 AM
anyone know much about a brand called Hobo???

MISC:   Bicycle whole and parts posted by: Doug Mcleod on 3/30/2007 at 5:24:28 AM
I have a few Western Flyer bicycles from probably 50's or
60's. One is a 20" with a wheelie bar another a 20" Buzz bike, a 26" mens and a couple 26" ladies. These bikes are stored outside so condition reflects that. I also have a ladies 26" Huffy Corvair and a couple 26" Western Flyer reproductions. Would there be any interest in these?
Thank You, DougROCK