[CR]Books and other items for Sale 6/3/03

(Example: Framebuilding:Norris Lockley)

Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2003 14:00:04 +0100
From: "Hilary Stone" <hilary.stone@blueyonder.co.uk>
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
Subject: [CR]Books and other items for Sale 6/3/03

Latest list of books and parts for sale to CR members before they go to Ebay. I can take photos if necessary. All items are priced in $. Shipping will be extra charged at cost. Payment can be made in cash with dollars or by money order in Pounds sterling ($1.60 to 1 GBP). American Express Travellers cheques in $ are also fine. I can take PayPal but I have to charge 5% extra to cover what my bank charges me. Regards Hilary Stone, Bristol, England

MARTANO SPRINT RIMS NOS 28H and 24H - plain polished type. With perfect transfer $65 a pair - the perfect rim for some Masis I believe. Also a second pair of 28H with slightly damaged transfers $35.

EVEREST BLACK CHAIN NOS NIB a lovely quality chain for your 70s/80s machine $17.95

CINELLI CAMPIONE DEL MONDO model alloy 66 bars, early type with shield one side, model type other side, 42cm wide ctc Excellent condition $25 Another identical pair save 40cm wide ctc $25

CAMPAGNOLO RECORD TRACK PEDALS NOS NIB - perfect pair of NOS Campagnolo track pedals with English threading in their original box. $120

ZEUS CRITERIUM REAR DERAILLEUR Very good condition with excellent chrome $35

TDC ITALIA HEADSET NOS NIB Perfect for 50s or 60s English bike restoration $55

BALLILA TOECLIPS long NOS probably 60s/70s $18

LYOTARD 45CA QUILL PEDALS NOS NIB - a practically perfect pair with aluminium cages and solid steel barrels. This pattern of pedal was made from the mid 1930s onwards - the early ones were practically identical save for the dustcaps - these probably date from between the 1950s and 1970s. $35

COBRA (1970s) ALLOY MICROADJUST SEATPINS - a lovely quality fluted seatpin - two sizes which are great for French double butted tubing frames 26.4mm and 26.6mm $24 each

WIRE BOTTLE CAGE for DOWN TUBE NOS complete with clips - great for 60s/70s roadbike $12

REYNOLDS LIGHT ALUMINIUM LIGHT BRACKET to fit British style brazed-on boss $22

CAMPITELLO BELGIAN MADE PLUSSES (just below knee length), rear zipped pocket, Chamois liner, made from 70% acrylic, 20% wool and slightly stretchy. Excellent quality. Sizes large and medium. $55 each

BOOKS BUILDING BICYCLE WHEELS by Robert Wright excellent 46 page booklet on how to build bicycle wheels - this is what I learnt from over 20 years ago.. Clear line drawings $15

1975 HOLDSWORTHY AIDS PARTS AND ACCESSORIES CATALOGUE There¹s masses of information on Campagnolo (Holdsworthy were the Campag importers in the UK), Brooks, Simplex, Huret, Universal, Stronglight, Mafac and Weinmann. 80 pages. $20

CYCLING BOOK OF MAINTENANCE Second edition looks like c1948. 68 pages full of tips on how to maintain your bike of this period. Several pages of ads. Clean copy but binding a little loose. $12

THE BONESHAKER No 152 This is the journal of the Veteran-Cycle Club in Britain - this one is of particular interest as it contains a 23p feature on Super Champion gears including the Osgear - this article is eceptionally thorough and represented several years work on the author's part. Other articles include ones on Michaux and Lallement, Frank Shorland and a lovely colour reproduction of a painting at a hill climb in 1880. This issue is now out of print. 48 pages in total $15

ROGER DE VLAEMINCK by Raphael Luchon published c1978. 62 page booklet with lots of photos on one of the mosr successful riders of Belgian Classics ever. Largish format. $18

THE FIRST CENTURY OF THE BICYCLE AND ITS ACCESSORIES by Lionel Joseph published 1997 166 pages A4 softback. Contains lots of snippets of kit and equipment during mostly the first sixty years of the 20th century. Lots of line drawins mostly culled from the pages of contemporary cycling magazines. An excellent read though not always perfectly accurate. $20

THE PENGUIN BOOK OF THE BICYCLE by Rod Watson and Martin Gray 1978 333pp This very underrated book covers cycle history, the contemporary scene at the end of the 70s (mostly in Britain) and has a superb chapter on the contemporary cycle British cycle industry. This includes interviews with Dave Moulton (before he went to the US), Reynolds, Raleigh ­ this is a long section covering company history, contemporary production and details of the Ti-Raleigh team and their bikes etc. $15