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Forum: Introductions
07-09-05, 04:53 PM
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Posted By theologian

My current ride is a 1971 Raleigh Competition. ...

My current ride is a 1971 Raleigh Competition. It seems that since I last rode it regularly, the handlebars got lower, and the saddle to bar distance increased ;~)

I'm in the process of acquiring...
07-09-05, 08:47 AM
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Posted By theologian

On my 1971 Raleigh Carlton Competition, the paint...

On my 1971 Raleigh Carlton Competition, the paint work extends exactly 140mm from the top of the fork crown, then chrome to the drop outs. Since I am the original owner, I know the frame is...
Forum: Introductions
07-08-05, 08:48 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 152
Posted By theologian

Greetings from Chesterfield, MO

Finally back on the bike after a 12 yr. hiatus. And it feels good. My first 10-speed ride in the mid-60s was an Austrian J.C.Higgins sold by Sears. Then came a Raleigh Supercourse, then a Raleigh...
07-08-05, 12:59 PM
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Posted By theologian

My Raleigh Carlton Competition was purchased in...

My Raleigh Carlton Competition was purchased in 1971. 24 1/2" 531 frame, Zeus crankset (Spanish Campy knock-off), Simplex shifters, sew-ups w/ wide flange hubs. I still ride it. Original paint and...
07-08-05, 12:24 PM
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Posted By theologian

I had a Sears J.C. Higgins 10-speed in the mid to...

I had a Sears J.C. Higgins 10-speed in the mid to late '60s. Made in Austria, lugged steel frame, cottered steel cranks, alum. touring fenders. Don't remember make of shifters. Had alloy clincher...
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