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Reynolds decals/transfers, pre-1989 -- H Lloyd Cycles

Old 05-17-11, 11:53 AM
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Reynolds decals/transfers, pre-1989 -- H Lloyd Cycles

Maybe I'm the only one who didn't realize this, but . . .

Nick Tithecott at H. Lloyd Cycles is licensed by Reynolds to (re)produce all the tubing decals up to 1989. Here's the page explaining: https://www.hlloydcycles.com/page10.htm

I had been looking for reproductions for a 1977 bike, pre-TI, that had transfers on it that were only produced for 3 years or so (I'll include the graphic when I get home). Cyclomondo (Greg Softley in OZ) had some that were similar, but none matching. I even had a pretty good JPG of them, and sent it to Greg, but he never responded. Then I sent the JPG to Nick, and he gave me a product number to use for the order. He produces them on vinyl. Of course, Reynolds is just a small part of what Nick does -- he has quite an inventory of bicycle graphics, and apparently he does custom work too, just like Greg Softley and JRrestore at VeloCals.

In the mail now, and I'll update on what I think when they arrive. Maybe just in time to get on the frame before it's clearcoated, if I'm lucky.

Here's what I'm talking about:



Oh, and the cost with shipping was about 12 GBP, or $20.

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Old 05-17-11, 12:12 PM
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wow, thanks for that info - I just bought cyclomondo's ebay 531 decal because it most closely matched what I thought was on my '74 raleigh pro, based on the old decal's remnants and a catalog pic. When it arrived it was much smaller than the decal footprint left on my bike. I stuck it on anyway ( I think it matches otherwise) but I may check w/ Nick at Lloyd's now.
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Originally Posted by Charles Wahl
Maybe I'm the only one who didn't realize this....
Nope, I didn't realize that either. Cool!
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