| I am trying to find some detail and possible value on my Raleigh Sprint 28" wheel racing bike, it states it is "Built with High Tensile 18-23 carbon cycle tubing" it was made in England and its code number begins nh5. Thanks in advance for any info|
| I have 4 old Raliegh Bikes that were pulled from the inlaws garage they are as follows: |
2 Mens (Large Frame): Triumph and Super Course Models
2 Female: One is an Eagle, and I think the other is as well.
Looking for a buyer or a good idea on value.
Can send pictures if anyone is interested
| I am interested in your raleighs. please send pics.|
| Wanted a pair of NOS/or very nice Redline pedals.|
| Middle aged guy in need of exercise looking for one of those good old three speed, 26 X 1 3/8 tire size bicycles that were once so common. Not picky at all about what it is- although I would appreciate a larger frame, but, not essential- as long as it rides and stops decently and safely. Can't pay a lot (second divorce took care of that), and would prefer pickup in Central NY area.|
Anybody got one for a good and appreciative home?
| Greetings, all. I have a 1950's era Ross 'Custom' that I'm looking for information on. This is a small child's bike, metallic green with white pinstripes and a 'jet theme' throughout: jet-like graphic on seat and chain guard, and aluminum jet on top of front fender. This would seem to be a very nice companion to a Chevy or Ford from the mid-'50's. The bike is unrestored, but has good whitewall tires, good frame (albeit with some scrapes), good seat, and good fenders (with one dent on the back one). Any ideas on what something like this might be worth, and where I can find more info about it? Thanks.|