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Bicycle of the month - October contest [12 vote(s)]

1950's 28
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26' Raleigh Sport
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26' Raleigh Roadster
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1967 Hercules by Raleigh Industries
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This month's theme is "Classic Gentleman Roadsters"
You think you have what it takes
Please show us your bicycle below
 
* Those who are interested in participating, please see "Rules & Requirements" in the "Sticky" thread
* Contender's entry will be closed on 30th of September 2013
* A polling thread will start on 1st of October and ends on 14th October 
* Please REGISTER and LOGIN before you can VOTE!





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1950's 28" Raleigh Gentleman Roadster
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This is my Raleigh 28" Gentleman Rod Brake Roadster 

It's in very good condition at it's age

Fully Sturmey Archer component and Miller front & rear light set (dynamo) 

Also comes with top tube 3 speed shifter lever and hair pin leather saddle

Enjoy!

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26" Raleigh Sport - Restored
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This is a restored 26" Raleigh Sport

Hope you like it!

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Fully restored and repainted 26" Raleigh roadster
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I have repainted and fully restored this Raleigh Roadster

I also add pin stripes on the mud guards and the chain cover

All part are original.

 

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1967 Hercules by Raleigh Industries
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1967 Hercules by Raleigh Industries.

My 'Lucky bike", she is unrestored, just polished, groomed and 'sayanged'. New Old Stock and stored till 2009 when I was so lucky to purchase her.  Hope you all enjoy the pics!

More pics here: www.flickr.com/ketchupsbikes

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Like this very nice

Fully restored and repainted 26" Raleigh roadster

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We have 4 contenders
Who will be crown "Bicycle of the month" in September?
You'll be the judge
Please vote now
Polling ends in 14th October

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Congratulations to Ketchup on your entry : 1967 Hercules by Raleigh Industries

You have won the "Bicycle of the Month" - October 2013

Your entry will be showcase in our "Bicycle Hall Of Fame"

This thread is now closed!



-- Edited by wolverine_x on Tuesday 15th of October 2013 03:04:35 PM

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