On the street.
This bike is fore sale in Alberta at $500.00. It would appear to be a top of the line model with the front Dyno Hub.
Taken sometime in 1967 during the filming of Magical Mystery Tour .
A mid 60’s Phillips 3 Speed.
It seems that I’ve already posted this bicycle before….
Community Bicycle Network is holding a 2 day 3 speed hub workshop Dec 7th and Dec. 14th @ 761 (basement) Queen Street West.
Community Bicycle Network will be holding a workshop dealing with 3 speed hubs in the near future. Check their website in a week or so for details.
This one’s been messed around with but could be brought back to original. The Dynohub and lights are all intact.
Reader Marco B. writes:
I had it for I’ve 15 years and it was purchased new by previous home owner in 1973.
I just finished cleaning her and she looks and works great but I did have to get new tires. Also just ordered a old but in good condition blue and white seat to match better as the white seat on the bike is a little damaged but there is a white tool bag as well.
I saw this poster from 1938 for sale last week at the st Lawrence Sunday Antique Market. The seller was asking $650.00 and wouldn’t let me take a photo. This is a shot from the interweb.
This bike is also for sale on Kijiji Toronto. It has the rear wheel Dynohub option.
Here’s a nice shiny example of a Raleigh built Glider for the Eatons Department store chain.
It can be found on Kijiji Toronto.
I was cleaning out someone’s garage today and found this.
From the 1969 catalogue.