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Old 03-04-23, 05:53 AM
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British Bicycle

What type of British bicycle is used in the video, "Morning Train" by Sheena Easton?
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Old 03-04-23, 11:53 AM
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Which video? No bikes in videos I found.

Now I see…
Bacchetta Giro A20, RANS V-Rex, RANS Screamer

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Looks a little like my old english 3-spd racer.
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Looks like a Gazelle, but could be any number of marques. It's not a Raleigh, Rudge or Hercules. Between 0:16 and 0:18 one can see the chainring is a little eccentric, and might have a letter like the 3 "H" pattern in Hercules, or the "CL" in the Chater Lea rings. The downtube has a slight bend forward of the bottom bracket shell, which has me leaning away from any of the Raleigh Tube Investments subsidiaries. Maybe an old Pashley. Those bikes are so durable, there's a good chance someone is still riding it today, so it still may be out there.
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This sounds like a job for Supe er, the C&V forum!
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Looks like a Gazelle Loop frame.
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Classic Dutch front rack for sure.
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