Vintage Bicycles & Components For Sale

Vintages bicycles currently available in our Bicycle Specialties Ebay store:

1968 Cinelli SC, Size 57 cm. Specifications and buy now >>
1958 Rotrax Mixte Ladies Bicycle, Size 52cm specifications and buy now >>
1958 Rotrax Race Bicycle, Size 56cm. Specifications and buy now >>
1960s Moulton S Safari  with original parts and paint.  This is the rarest of all Moulton Bicycle models. The “S Models” were a luxury line of Moulton’s, built in extremely small numbers from 1965 to 1967 at the S works, a separate workshop in the town of Bradford Upon Avon, by a skilled team under the supervision of Olympic cyclist and respected frame builder, Jack Lauterwasser.  This superb S Safari has been in the personal collection of Bicycle Specialties founder, Mike Barry Sr., who was one of the largest Moulton dealers fo the day, for almost 50 years. It is virtually “as new” having been used very lightly. Specifications & buy now >>
1948 Legnano with Campagnolo Paris-Roubaix Corse derailleur. Specifications & buy now >>
2005 Nagasawa Special Kieren Track Bicycle. Size 54. 5 cm. Specifications and buy now >>
1970s Pinarello Treviso Racing Bicycle with Campagnolo Record components, size 52.5 cm. Specifications and buy now >>
c1950 Hobb’s Blue Riband Track Bicycle Frame, Size 56 cm. Specifications and buy now >>
An early 1980s Myata Le Mans Camping – Touring Bicycle. Size 53 cm. Specifications and buy now >>
Bob Jackson Tricycle. Made in England c1970s with a Campagnolo and Simplex components. specifications and buy now >>

1960s Moulton Minx with original parts and paint specifications and buy now here >>

c1989 Bianchi Croce D’Aune, Size 55cm

A  Vintage Rotrax Bicycle Frame c1955, 62 cm.  Reynolds 531 double butted tubing.  Specifications and buy now >>

1975 Zeus Bicycle, Size 52
c1947 Girardengo Frame, Size 56. This frame has Campagnolo Paris Roubaix / Corsa drop-outs and a new old stock Magistroni headset. specifications available here >>
c1974 Jeunet Bicycle, size 62cm. In excellent condition. specifications and buy now here >>
c1975 Coppi Campionissimo, Size 60cSpecifications available here >>
1949 CCM Ladies Balloon Bicycle specifications and buy now >>
1945 Sunshine Cruiser. Made in Waterloo, Ontario specifications and buy now >>

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2004 T-Mobile Professional Mountain Bike Team Giant Bicycle

2004 T-Mobile Professional Cycling Team Giant Bicycle
This bicycle was ridden in the 2004 Olympic Games road race by Dede Barry (she finished 16thin that race and won a silver medal in the Individual Time Trial two days later).
 

This bicycle was a spare bike at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece and the 2004 World Championships. 

1948 Wilier – Triestina with Campagnolo Corsa derailleur. Size 55.5 cm SOLD
A RARE c1951 Bianchi Frame, size 57, chrome lugs, Cambio Corsa Paris-Roubaix Drop-outs.  SOLD
1960s Moulton S Stowaway Chrome.  Offered for sale is one of the rare Moulton “S” models – the Stowaway S. The “S Models” were a luxury line of Moultons, built in extremely small numbers  from 1965 to 1967 at the S works, a separate workshop in the town of Bradford, by a skilled team under the supervision of Olympic cyclist and respected frame builder, Jack Lauterwasser.

This superb Stowaway S, in the optional factory chrome finish,  has been in the personal collection of Mike Barry Sr, one of the largest Moulton dealer of the day, for almost 50 years. It is virtually “as new”, having been used very lightly. As the photos show, this bicycle is complete, original and pristine in every respect.

SOLD

c1965 Moulton Speedsix with oringal parts and paint.  A very fine example of the iconic Moulton Speedsix of which only about 600 were made. The Moulton Speedsix was “arguably the most refined and modern-feeling of the Classic Moultons. It’s specification was entirely under the control of Alex Moulton, unlike the later Raleigh models.”  SOLD



c1970 Peugeot PA10, Size 57cm SOLD

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