Re: [CR] Scot bike on Ebay


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Subject: Re: [CR] Scot bike on Ebay



>> It is a Scot made in Murray Glasgow, frame no N109, Zeus rear ends, it has Olympic rings and World Champ bands on seat tube.
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Some Flying Scot photos from the Common Wheel project in Glasgow, Scotland.

http://www.commonwheel.org.uk/flying-scot

http://www.commonwheel.org.uk/black-flying-scot

http://www.commonwheel.org.uk/blue-flying-scot

There are a couple in the transport museum as well as an 1849 copy of MacMillan's bike.

I've got a couple of 1990s Dave Yates "Flying Scots".

Aedan McGhie

Airdrie, Scotland