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Old 07-27-15, 09:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Fat Tire Trader View Post
I've almost finished my 1962 Gran Sport. I need to find the correct rear wheel or rim and hub, 40 hole BH Racelight and Dunlop Special rim, and maybe some fenders



More photos can be seen here 1962 Raleigh Gran Sport
Very nice build ! love the GS Raleighs. Have the exact same Colour model as yours but with slight differences.

Good luck finding the replacement parts. I just recently laned two more items to finish mine. Got a line on some fenders I can use as well. I will finally be rebuilding the wheelset with F and B BH racelite hubs to the Dunlop Special rims and using DB spokes.

the lamp bracket and chrome dome nuts are a good thing to have, hang on to them.

Let me know how you light the ride.
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OK, I'll admit this is unfair in advance, but try to identify what model this is anyway.


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That is a good-looking Corsa! The upgrades suit it very well. There aren't many of these around, and they are underrated IMO. Mine's in post # 252.


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Originally Posted by non-fixie View Post
That is a good-looking Corsa! The upgrades suit it very well. There aren't many of these around, and they are underrated IMO. Mine's in post # 252.
Thank you,
I've seen yours, very nice. I see very few (read none) of these Year One Corsas. Yours appears to have the early tin headbadge, whereas mine has the later style badge - it rides very well and fully justifies the 600EX upgrade (done the year 600EX - first gen SIS came out).
Since the photo was taken I've reinstalled the 600 pedals and the wheels have been rebuilt and hubs serviced - I never had a 600 seat post so am looking to source one - prefer NoS.
I don't think it was sold outside Europe, was yours purchased at home (Netherlands) ?
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I don't think it was sold outside Europe, was yours purchased at home (Netherlands) ?
Yes. I bought it from the first owner. It has a Dutch LBS sticker. Except for the IKU computer and the lack of brake lever hoods it's original, I think. Even the tires are from '84.
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501 DB tubing gives a really nice ride. Both of those Corsa's are nicely done.
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Speaking of nice rides: I need to add my newest-to-me Raleigh. SB7475 (and yes, I am trying to shrink a little)

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Speaking of nice rides: I need to add my newest-to-me Raleigh. SB7475 (and yes, I am trying to shrink a little)

Great addition to the thread, like all these. Have you made any headway with the SB number ?

They say that by the end of the day you are physically shorter then at the morning. Wala, ride late avoid the morning times !
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Great addition to the thread, like all these. Have you made any headway with the SB number ?
Based on what I've read so far it's an '85.

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They say that by the end of the day you are physically shorter then at the morning. Wala, ride late avoid the morning times !
Great advice, as always here on C&V!
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow View Post
Very nice build ! love the GS Raleighs. Have the exact same Colour model as yours but with slight differences.

Good luck finding the replacement parts. I just recently laned two more items to finish mine. Got a line on some fenders I can use as well. I will finally be rebuilding the wheelset with F and B BH racelite hubs to the Dunlop Special rims and using DB spokes.

the lamp bracket and chrome dome nuts are a good thing to have, hang on to them.

Let me know how you light the ride.
I got your PM about spoke length. This forum will not let me send PMs until I have 50 posts. I can me emailed directly at chris at fattiretrading dot com
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This is a 1950 ish Raleigh I was given to renovate but I can't find the Name or any details. It is a 4 speed Sturmey Archer with the dynamo in the rear wheel which has the numbers FG 61 7 Dyno Four engraved on the hub.
On the frame jus below the seat the number stamped on the frame is; 58805N under the number are the letters AG.
The lock on front fork is NGN 43 which I don't have a key for.
Should I respray it to the original colour or leave it as it is?
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This is a 1950 ish Raleigh I was given to renovate but I can't find the Name or any details. It is a 4 speed Sturmey Archer with the dynamo in the rear wheel which has the numbers FG 61 7 Dyno Four engraved on the hub.
On the frame jus below the seat the number stamped on the frame is; 58805N under the number are the letters AG.
The lock on front fork is NGN 43 which I don't have a key for.
Should I respray it to the original colour or leave it as it is?
Might be a 1961 yr model if the code is like the AW rear hubs. Save the old paint unless totally shot and you need to do major rust removal.
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New for me, a 1988 Raleigh Triathlon. Positioned at the time to non-cyclists -- so Raleigh claimed to have made it extra stable.



I love how the company in its brochure even begs to choose another one of the lightweight models available, to all triathletes that are able to cycle .

Bought it for several reasons: Reynolds 531 tubing, long wheelbase, and room enough to mount 28 mm tyres and fenders. That the bottom bracket indeed seems to be a bit stiffer than those on ordinary steel bikes is just a bonus.

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Interesting machine. Thanks for posting it.

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New for me, a 1988 Raleigh Triathlon. Positioned at the time to non-cyclists -- so Raleigh claimed to have made it extra stable.



I love how the company in its brochure even begs to choose another one of the lightweight models available, to all triathletes that are able to cycle .

Bought it for several reasons: Reynolds 531 tubing, long wheelbase, and room enough to mount 28 mm tyres and fenders. That the bottom bracket indeed seems to be a bit stiffer than those on ordinary steel bikes is just a bonus.
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I am not especially a Raleigh fan, although my other one is an SBDU that I bought new from the factory - one their last in the 531 Pro tubeset. I have brochures with the Triathlon in and I'll think you'll find it's 531 main tubes and fork not the full set, looks like it has the post - Golden Arrow 105 components ?
Nice though if you're a Raleigh collector.
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I am not especially a Raleigh fan, although my other one is an SBDU that I bought new from the factory - one their last in the 531 Pro tubeset. I have brochures with the Triathlon in and I'll think you'll find it's 531 main tubes and fork not the full set, looks like it has the post - Golden Arrow 105 components ?
Nice though if you're a Raleigh collector.
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Well, maybe there's more to it. Let's ask. @ijsbrand: how does it ride, compared to your other bikes?
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Well, maybe there's more to it. Let's ask. @ijsbrand: how does it ride, compared to your other bikes?
? Unsure of the meaning of your (above) post, the SBDU rides very well, but the other two that I would fairly compare it to ride superbly too -

both the Roberts and the Ken Bird are racing bicycles and the Roberts is built with the 531SL tubeset, and the Bird is a mixed tubeset of 531SL/531.

My Allin Belgique is a very special build (from 531SL before it was commercially available - made specially for the builder), and the only one left of this type, but as the geometry is very different any comparison would be a little unfair.

Let me know if you want any more info.

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Well, maybe there's more to it. Let's ask. @ijsbrand: how does it ride, compared to your other bikes?
It is stiffer than any other steel bike I own. Therefore, I would not want to ride it on anything less than 28 mm tyres. 32 mm probably would be even nicer. And there's room for those.

It came, of course, with 20 mm tyres originally. That were still on it, stuck to the rims. In fact the bike was remarkably original, apart from the pedals. And a collector probably would have hunted for those pedals. But I do not care that much for originality, or for getting bicycles just for the sake of getting them. I ride them.

And there was a niche. The 30 Gazelle Sprinter Race -- coincidentally a Raleigh in disguise -- I bought last year for the $ 100 BF challenge, proofed to be the most comfortable bike I had. On long distances. In all year round riding. Regardless that its fork wasn't even Reynolds 531, though the rest of the bike is.



So I wanted another bike like the Sprinter Race, except a bit lighter, and with a derailleur. And thus eventually the Raleigh Triathlon got bought. Despite its colour. But is once was a 10 kg bicycle. And on the secondhand market it basically competed against 14 15 kg touring bikes only. Because not many bicycle makers cater for my specific needs.

It needs to be capable of riding at a 30 km/h cruise speed in summer, while still being comfortable in winter, battling a 6 Beaufort headwind from the East, at 16 km/h, on some of the worst pavements around in the Netherlands.

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? Unsure of the meaning of your (above) post, the SBDU rides very well, but the other two that I would fairly compare it to ride superbly too -

both the Roberts and the Ken Bird are racing bicycles and the Roberts is built with the 531SL tubeset, and the Bird is a mixed tubeset of 531SL/531.

My Allin Belgique is a very special build (from 531SL before it was commercially available - made specially for the builder), and the only one left of this type, but as the geometry is very different any comparison would be a little unfair.

Let me know if you want any more info.

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Thanks for that! Especially for pointing me to the Allin (or The Allin). I wasn't yet aware of those.

Actually I was curious about ijsbrand's buy. I'd liked his Gazelle entry in the C&V Clunker Challenge, and as we seem to have similar tastes in bikes (and I do like Raleighs), I was wondering about the Triathlon.
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Thanks, @ijsbrand! Not sure if I really need one, though.


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It is stiffer than any other steel bike own. Therefore, I would not want to ride it on anything less than 28 mm tyres. 32 mm probably would be even nicer. And there's room for those.

It came, of course, with 20 mm tyres originally. That were still on it, stuck to the rims. In fact the bike was remarkably original, apart from the pedals. And a collector probably would have hunted for those pedals. But I do not care that much for originality, or for getting bicycles just for the sake of getting them. I ride them.

And there was a niche. The € 30 Gazelle Sprinter Race -- coincidentally a Raleigh in disguise -- I bought last year for the $ 100 BF challenge, proofed to be the most comfortable bike I had. On long distances. In all year round riding. Regardless that its fork wasn't even Reynolds 531, though the rest of the bike is.



So I wanted another bike like the Sprinter Race, except a bit lighter, and with a derailleur. And thus eventually the Raleigh Triathlon got bought. Despite its colour. But is once was a 10 kg bicycle. And on the secondhand market it basically competed against 14 15 kg touring bikes only. Because not many bicycle makers cater for my specific needs.

It needs to be capable of riding at a 30 km/h cruise speed in summer, while still being comfortable in winter, battling a 6 Beaufort headwind from the East, at 16 km/h, on some of the worst pavements around in the Netherlands.
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My Raleigh Gran Course. Had it for two months and really like it. The faded blue scheme is not great but the the bike was is great condition.

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can i put a bottle cage on my 3 speed sport?
Sure you can. All the cool people do. Do what it takes to make it more useful to you. Mine has the bottle and cage, platform pedals, a Pletscher rack, 24T Nexus cog for real world gearing, and modern blinky lights.


Here's another Sports (L23") found at the curb on trash day. Has not been worked on yet but will get the 22T Sturmey cog that was on the other bike and probably a B66 saddle.


Here's another Sports (L19") that I found specifically at the request of a neighbor who wanted something to ride around the neighborhood. This bike cost $24 at a yard sale in the mid-'90s and it was perfect. Then she let it sit in her back yard for the next 20 goddam years and recently gave it to me in this condition just to get rid of it. Makes me cry.


The prize is this 24.5" Pro frameset that I got for free from a friend. Too big for him, he bought it complete and ebayed the Campy stuff and gave me this when he realized it was in his way. I don't like what he did to the bike but I did benefit from it. No hurry to do a build on it. I did have a nice blue Pro in 24.5" many years ago but sold it to finance a more important venture.
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As fade paint jobs go, this is by far the least obnoxious. I like those frames. They look very clean and elegant.


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My Raleigh Gran Course. Had it for two months and really like it. The faded blue scheme is not great but the the bike was is great condition.

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