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Old 05-17-12, 08:41 PM
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hmmm, could be a good bang around town taxicab racer
looks like it's missing a few things, i.e.: it's Rudge chain-ring and the rear mudguard
and has schwinn(?) bow pedals

but it still has that cool 50's Rudge fork

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This looks like a decent deal to me...



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1959 Rudge Sports Bicycle - Sturmey Archer 3-speed hub. 26x1-3/8 tires. Frame has mounts for air pump. Black. 31" standover height. Good shape for a 53 y/o bike! New brake cables and shifter cable.

These lugged steel frame bikes will outlast you. Read about them on Sheldon Brown's website, then come check it out and ride it home.

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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
This looks like a decent deal to me...

https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/bik/3020017279.html
I can't believe that '59 Rudge is still listed. It appears to be in good condition, and it has some cool Rudge appointments. THE RED HAND!
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Okay, gonna show off another rescue here:
Should have taken a pic before I got started tearing it down. It was really filthy, really, really filthy!
As I was scrubbing off the gook, it gave off the smell of an old wet mangy dog. Maybe that's why I ended up in a dumpster.

I've been on the hunt for a 23" sports for a while, preferably a 1966 (my birth year), needless to say I was thrilled to find 66 & 4 stamped on the hub under a layer of greasy goo.
anyways...I won't clog up the server with a ton of pics. Here's a link to an evolving photo album as I tackle the minutae like stripped spoke nipples and the search for cone-ended front wheel nuts.
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...3&l=192b2c9fa0

and if you're smart enough to stay off of the Facebutt here's where I'm at with it today. (Those are fiddles tied to the seat with and inner-tube taking the trip over the Manhattan bridge to the Jalopy Theater & School of Music.)
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Originally Posted by yellowbarber
Okay, gonna show off another rescue here:
...and if you're smart enough to stay off of the Facebutt here's where I'm at with it today. (Those are fiddles tied to the seat with and inner-tube taking the trip over the Manhattan bridge to the Jalopy Theater & School of Music.)
dropped off the violins then I went on a 25 mile ride & I can report that schwalbe delta cruisers are a good choice for your EA3 rims
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Surprised to see you here, Aaron. That Rudge is nice and looks identical to mine, except that mine isn't missing the rear fender.

I have a spare pair of fenders if anyone needs them. They're green, but you can paint them.

I took a nice ride today with a fellow visiting from Ireland. He admired my Roodge, as he pronounced it. He said the bikes with 28" wheels in Ireland are called Old Nellies. I don't know why. They're common there, so he was surprised they fetch high prices here. He likes them, as they're comfortable.
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When I was in England I bought a 1950 Humber 4 speed with fork lock. No key, so I wrote to Raleigh. They sent me all 50 keys so I could find a match. I found the right one, kept it, and sent the other 49 back. No charge to me." There will always been an England"
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Originally Posted by photogravity
I will be there on a mystery steed. Are you going to be there and, if so, what will you be riding?
Was this yours?
https://imageevent.com/abce/20123st?p...=0&w=4&s=0&z=3

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Originally Posted by organbuilder
When I was in England I bought a 1950 Humber 4 speed with fork lock. No key, so I wrote to Raleigh. They sent me all 50 keys so I could find a match. I found the right one, kept it, and sent the other 49 back. No charge to me." There will always been an England"
Do you have the address you wrote to?
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Yes, It Was!

Originally Posted by gna
Was this yours?
Indeed, that is the bike I took on the 3-Speed Tour! Yes, I know it's a 4-speed, but there were 5-speeds on the tour too, so I don't feel too bad about taking it along. Did we, perchance, get an opportunity to meet each other over the weekend? I tried to look at the picture of your bikes, but it's too small for me to figure out which bikes they might have been.

Out of curiosity, how did you know that was the bike?

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Originally Posted by photogravity
Indeed, that is the bike I took on the 3-Speed Tour! Yes, I know it's a 4-speed, but there were 5-speeds on the tour too, so I don't feel too bad about taking it along. Did we, perchance, get an opportunity to meet each other over the weekend? I tried to look at the picture of your bikes, but it's too small for me to figure out which bikes they might have been.

Out of curiosity, how did you know that was the bike?
You said "mystery steed," and that was one of the nicest and rarest bikes I saw all weekend. Not sure if we met.

I'll try to find a better picture of my bike.

The weather didn't really cooperate, but I still had a great time.
Too bad the ride wasn't yesterday and today--lovely weather for a bike ride...

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Good day, I'm looking to restore my Dad's English 3 speed Ramsey. Here in the Indiana area so I can watch it's progress.I mentioned this earler but no responce. (sorry Florida)
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Originally Posted by b.b.kendall
Good day, I'm looking to restore my Dad's English 3 speed Ramsey. Here in the Indiana area so I can watch it's progress.I mentioned this earler but no responce. (sorry Florida)
I'm not really sure what you're asking. Good luck with the restoration, though!
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Tons of fun! Literally tons!


I built this up \/ several years ago and have since resided myself to lighter English frames!
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They're addictive! I'm just home with a 1961, according to the Sturmey Archer hub, Royce Union. Everything has a decal or stamp with "England" on it. I posted on the "What's it worth?" part of this forum, but $80 on the 41 (Road Cycling) is chump change. I'll be very happy for the seller if he made a profit. Such a nice man and he met me halfway, so it was a short dirve. (Yes, I also ride carbon fiber one with Dura-Ace. That's just plastic to me and my new pedals had a bigger price tag than this entire bicycle.) The Royce Union is in amazing condition with almost perfect chrome. What's up with that oil port (?) on the bottom bracket. All the bottle generated lights, front and rear, are tagged "Miller" and funtion.

No intent to "flip" this one. I'm in love. I hope my husband grows to appreciate it!
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A few weeks back I posted some pictures of my first lightweight; a 1954 James Arrow Ace, purchased from the original owner who rode & toured it for 54 years; Just how he managed without a roadster all those years I'll never know!

Technically a four speed, but as I'm having trouble getting 1st gear to engage so for thread correctness it's a 3 speed OK?

Anyway being a fan of 'method cycling' here's a photo of period correctness & restoration 'job done':


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Very cool waverley! I love the resto' job too!
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I like that chain ring! First time I have seen that one.

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I love your James...old bikes should look...well old! Congrats on a nice preservation.

What's up with that oil port (?) on the bottom bracket.
It's for oil, same as the one on the hub.
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I forgot to mention it was in 1972 when I got the replacement key. Raleigh was up North . Yes it was still Nottingham. Other than that I have no idea what the address was.
The key #'s I have are NGN 22 and NGN 28. 2 out of 50.
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Originally Posted by Velognome
Tons of fun! Literally tons!

I built this up \/ several years ago and have since resided myself to lighter English frames!
Velognome, you need to bring that to MD for a ride! It's a classic and I love the handlebar.
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Originally Posted by slowtostart
They're addictive! I'm just home with a 1961, according to the Sturmey Archer hub, Royce Union. Everything has a decal or stamp with "England" on it. I posted on the "What's it worth?" part of this forum, but $80 on the 41 (Road Cycling) is chump change. I'll be very happy for the seller if he made a profit. Such a nice man and he met me halfway, so it was a short dirve. (Yes, I also ride carbon fiber one with Dura-Ace. That's just plastic to me and my new pedals had a bigger price tag than this entire bicycle.) The Royce Union is in amazing condition with almost perfect chrome. What's up with that oil port (?) on the bottom bracket. All the bottle generated lights, front and rear, are tagged "Miller" and funtion.

No intent to "flip" this one. I'm in love. I hope my husband grows to appreciate it!
Hey slowtostart, I'm glad you found another cool old 3-speed. Don't forget, pictures or it didn't happen!
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Originally Posted by waverley610
A few weeks back I posted some pictures of my first lightweight; a 1954 James Arrow Ace, purchased from the original owner who rode & toured it for 54 years; Just how he managed without a roadster all those years I'll never know!

Technically a four speed, but as I'm having trouble getting 1st gear to engage so for thread correctness it's a 3 speed OK?

Anyway being a fan of 'method cycling' here's a photo of period correctness & restoration 'job done':
That is a really great looking old James. I love pretty much any old English bicycle. It's hard to go wrong with them.
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For the love of English 3 speeds...

Here's my latest 3-speed, a 1949 Hercules Kestrel that I just got repainted.


Kestrel Finally Done! (Mostly) - 1 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr


Kestrel Finally Done! (Mostly) - 2 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr


Kestrel Finally Done! (Mostly) - 3 by Sallad Rialb, on Flickr
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Originally Posted by Velognome
Tons of fun! Literally tons!


I built this up \/ several years ago and have since resided myself to lighter English frames!
Indeed, there's nothing lightweight about it at all - but Schwalbe delta-cruisers on the Raleigh pattern rims make it perfect for racing up and down the bumpy NYC streets...
No fun to crash on either, btw.
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