Any idea who stands behind "KH 1 76" (60cm Tream Pro 753)?
-- Dirk Feeken Heidelberg Germany
-----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Mike Mullett Sent: Dienstag, 31. Januar 2006 08:50 To: email@example.com Subject: [CR]Re: Raleigh Team Bikes (Frame Numbering) ... Not only a feature of the Dutch period Ray, ALL Ilkeston bikes built for
individuals were numbered "Riders initials - no of bike ie 1 2 3 etc - last 2 numbers of year. Hence Steve Heffernan's bike when he rode for BSA was SH.1.78, his track
bike for the sixes SH.2.78, Beryl Burton - BB.1.80 & BB.2.80 I well rember receiving a frame at Ilkeston in 1980 for refinishing from a customer in the UK with the frame number TT.274. Caused a bit of head scratching - but - Tino Tabac the second frame built for him in 1974. Not all team frames were built >by Jan LeGrand, of course.<
Mike (built some team frames himself)Mullett Reading UK