Hall of Fame
An excellent site for information on riders both classic and modern.
A tribute to Dave Bedwell
Cooper (Cooper Technica Chicago)
David Cooper's web pages with details of his very fine bike collection
restoration projects. While you are there have a look a some
the classic cars he has restored.
Worth finding your way
around this site for information not available elsewhere, for example,
on Italian bikes
Gear web site has an interesting
page on Medium
has a wealth of information including many of the cycle engineering
companies in the UK, includes bicycle and component manufacturers
The English language site for the famous annual classic bike ride on
the white roads of Tuscany.
Mike Price's blog on cycles made on Merseyside
Llandrindod Wells The UK's national collection of cycles
Cotswold Cycling Club
A very interesting pre-war illustrated period history of the club by
Richard Bryne's Bicycle Pedal History Museum
to Fausto Coppi
In English and Italian
C & AC
A significant club in the history of cycling - Dave Keeler was a
"Your Vintage Cycling Database".
Vintage Catalogues reproduced by R S Broderick including:
... the collection of vintage
authorized republications of repair,
maintenance, and technical articles
...authorized republications of pertinent
road tests and reviews
...authorized republications of summations from industry
...and various errata including a pictorial history of vintage
Peugeot team bikes (...and to a
lesser extent, their riders)
The official club site
information sharing and occasional sales, with a particular interest in
French touring bicycles. Bespoke bicycle saddles and Leatherwork.
No, not jerseys but thousands of images of classic lightweights
The Flying Scot web site maintained by Bob Reid.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Hetchins.
Hobbs of Barbican
Maintained by Bruce Robbins.
Norman Kilgariff's site
which also covers FH Grubb and Claud Butler. Lots of catalogues.
The Jack Taylor site and Register
A rare chance to see where some classic machines are
still being built in Australia
Research into pre-1970s Mercians. Maintained by Chris Barbour.
Tim Maund has
been building Rotrax road and track frames since the mid-80's.
TJ Cycles - Flying Gate
Cycles of Sheffield have a
section on their website dedicated
to the history of their riders and machines.
Via Bicycle's online store
Scott - Nigel sources obsolete Campagnolo Nuovo/Super/C-Record and
no-carbon/black ErgoPower, Cinelli, Regina etc. Occasionally
frames/bikes, all NOS.
Old Bicycle Company
Tim Gunn has created an online auction site specifically for
Lloyd Cycles are
the biggest supplier of aftermarket cycle transfers in the world! www.hlloydcycles.com
Cycle restorations and wheel building. Long-established shop
and repair centre in Diss, Norfolk.
Frame Re-sprays & frame Repairs - Renovation Services.
Based in South-East London.
Produces a range of period cycling shoes ideal for wearing when riding
the Classic Lightweight. Traditional touring style bicycle shoes,
natural leather upper, rubber sole and hand lasted.
Period bike frames and Parts
See 'wood' sprints built into wheels by Andy Kelly at Bicycle