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Vintage Raleigh/Carlton Dating

Raleigh UK Ltd. The brand has also been well regarded in the United States and other countries. Raleigh was the world’s largest bicycle manufacturer for much of the 20th century. A competitive marketplace led the company to shift all of its manufacturing to Asia by Mechanic R.

Carlton Cycles is one of the most deserving bicycle companies to be better known than it is. While revered by its cliquish followers and.

Using Raleigh as their brand name, it is one of the oldest bicycle companies in the world. After being acquired by Frank Bowden in December , it became The Raleigh Cycle Company, which was registered as a limited liability company in January By , it was the largest bicycle manufacturing company in the world. From to , Raleigh also produced motorcycles and three-wheel cars, leading to the formation of Reliant Motors.

Raleigh bicycle is now a division of the Dutch corporation Accell. In the spring of that year, they started advertising in the local press. The Nottinghamshire Guardian of 15 May printed what was possibly the first Woodhead and Angois classified advertisement. Russell Street Cycle Works. Like Woodhead and Angois, Ellis’s background was in the lace industry.

He was a lace gasser, a service provider involved in the bleaching and treating of lace, with premises in nearby Clare Street and Glasshouse Street. Thanks to Ellis, the bicycle works had now expanded round the corner from Raleigh Street into former lace works on the adjoining road, Russell Street. By , the company was making about three cycles a week and employed around half a dozen men.

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Classic Lightweights UK Classic frame builders. Superb ‘Jewel’ head lugs seen from the side. The same lugs seen from the front. All racing cycles are built with complete sets of Reynolds butted tubing, forks and stays. Not plain tubes only. Angles available – Head 74, 73, 72, 71,

The frame is a Worksop built affair, dating probably from the c The frame number has a ‘J’ prefix, however this does not necessarily following the Carlton.

Thank you, Peter, for an amazingly detailed and well-researched presentation of the Raleigh-Carlton families of bike brands and the amazing evolution of the bikes, the markets, and the companies involved. Were they early Raleigh or Carlton dealers? Hi Peter, Thank you for documenting a fascinating history that I was previously completely unaware of.

Please keep up the good work! Jacob Russell. Thank you for featuring my Franco-Suisse. She’s my pride and joy. Great work gathering all this information in one place.

Museum Bikes 1945 to 1965

Sun Cycles – Worksop. Period accessories. The flam paint really glows on a sunny day. This cycle was purchased as a frame and forks only in June It has now been built up into a finished machine as a clubman’s tourer of the s.

For Sale is my classic built vintage Youngs racing cycle dating from the 50’s. An old Carlton bicycle Waiting to be restored and have seen them sell for.

There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. If you are looking for a bike, make sure to consider vintage Carlton Bikes. These handmade Carlton motorcycles were designed to remain very lively and responsive, allowing them to be a great model for riding around the city. When shopping on eBay, you will also see vintage Carlton bikes built for racing. Raleigh purchased Carlton in , and the company was soon producing top racing bikes, including:.

After Raleigh took over Carlton bikes, they kept or introduced several five-gear bike models, including the Corsa, Cobra, Criterium, and Carlton Continental bike. All of these models were also available in speed options. Additionally, the company produced the “” Ten, Kermesse, and Equipe as speed bikes. The last Carlton bike was built on May 29, When shopping for Carlton cycles for sale, those built before had a serial number stamped on the left side rear dropout.

If the number starts with an A, then the bike was built in If it begins with a B, then it was built between and If the serial number starts with a C, then the bike was built between and

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BikeBiz 13th February Business. It is soon to quit what remains of the Nottingham site it occupied throughout the 20th century. This paper examines how, in the period , Raleigh adapted to changing circumstances. These circumstances include customer taste and fashion, developments in marketing techniques, technological change in manufacturing and finished products, and competition from other manufacturers. To provide context, a brief historical background is provided. There then follows a detailed review of products presented in broadly chronological order.

“craftsman built by Carlton Cycles Worksop England” in gold and black. 59 x 32 FREJUS head/seat multicolour with rainbow bands and world champ. dates.

Moderators: ededwards , Elev12k , Tel , Jamiedyer. Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] , Peachy! Which Model is my Carlton??? Posted: Fri Sep 17, pm. I have just bought a Carlton, which I Believe to be mid to late 50’s. Frame number F with the frame number and the Nervex lug numbers on the underside of the frame beneath the downtube. The problem is the orignal transfers have virtually worn off so I can’t tell which model it is.

Are there any Carlton experts around here who can help??? Hi, I would take a guess at mid sixties, as the wrapover stay and centrepull rear hanger came in about then. The top end carlton serial numbers did go a bit strange in the late sixties, which would explain the ‘F’ prefix.

Restoring a Carlton – Date Informaton and Guidance Please

Carlton Cycles is one of the most deserving bicycle companies to be better known than it is. Carlton Cycles was founded in by a good fellow named Fred Hanstock in Carlton, England, at the tail end of the first great bike boom. Judging from extant photographs, he built bikes that were fairly typical for the era and its unimpressive roads — wide-tired upright roadsters for middle-class transport and pleasure riding.

The second of the mergers actually pre-dated the TI takeover and was the last acquisition by Raleigh, that of Carlton Cycles Ltd. of.

In , Birmingham planned to build a cycle track within the ft-wide central reservation on the A34 Walsall Road. This flew in the face of design guidance issued by the Ministry of Transport which, instead, recommended 6 or 9-ft cycleways on each side of dual carriageway arterial roads. I know of only one s middle-of-the-road cycle track scheme: the bizarre one built in the central reservation of the Mickleham bypass in Surrey, which I have discussed on BikeBoom previously project backers only.

Bristol Road is the former turnpike road to Selly Oak, straightened and resurfaced in , and the ft wide tree-lined central reservation is a former tramway dating from the s and ripped out in the s. Incidentally, student housing built close to the Bristol Road cycleway, and owned by the University of Birmingham, is built on the remains of a massive cycle factory built in the s, and which existed until the s making Ariel motorbikes. This was where the mass-market Ariel bicycle was made.

Along with fellow cycle industrialist Charles Sangster, Du Cros was a director of Cycle Components Manufacturing Company and this company opened its Ariel factory in Bournbrook in Before I checked out the modern A38 cycleway I took my first look of the s cycleway on the Chester Road in Erdington, a period photograph of which appeared on the original Kickstarter campaign.

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Harry Quinn Bicycles Frame serial number registry as submitted by owners. Pencil wrap over seat stays, Orig. Huret 5 speed. Note that the Q was not a real Q – it was made with a 0 and a screwdriver. One ‘special’ feature: the rear hanger for the Mafac brake was made from part of ‘butchers hook, obtained from the shop next door, and a cable stop of the sort normally brazed to a top tube.

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Toggle navigation. Categories Discussions Sign in. October edited June in Road general. Old frames are like buses for me it seems – you wait months for one to come by and then suddenly two appear at once Just weeks after my purchase of the Armstrong Moth and just as I’m beginning to get it put together, I’ve ended up the happy recipient of a red Carlton bike.

My thinking is to convert it to a fixed-gear, but in a cheaper vein than the Armstrong, maybe having one built up for bad weather and the other for fairer times. What does anyone think of the bike? Thoughts on when it’s from – is it an 80’s bike? Are any of the bits worth salvaging or passing on? I know nothing more than posted here. If more photos or info are wanted then just let me know.

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The history of The Raleigh Cycle Co offers an excellent insight into the history of cycle manufacturing in Great Britain. A Raleigh Superbe is surely the most practical vintage bicycle to own and use on a regular basis. Comprehensive records of Raleigh frame numbers is another very useful factor: you can check the age of your Raleigh at the bottom of this page. Raleigh Street, Nottingham, was the site of a small workshop which in started producing diamond-frame safety bicycles at the rate of three a week.

Frank Bowden, a successful lawyer and convert to cycling, bought the firm in and in December founded The Raleigh Cycle Company as a limited liability private company. In , Sturmey-Archer gears were added to the product range. Six years later, Bowden bought back Raleigh, which was to remain in family hands for the next quarter century.

By the early s, Raleigh was a world leader, capable of producing annually , cycles, , hub gears 15, motorcycles and 50, motorcycle gearboxes. Raleigh survived the Great Depression well. It acquired Humber cycles in and the following year started producing a three-wheeler car. By , its production of bicycles had grown to nearly , units per annum and the company had stopped making motorcycles and cars.

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