Our Classics Collection
The Sinclair c5 was going to be the answer to green urban travel, launched in January 1985. However by September of 1985, it was obvious that the c5 project was failing and the price of the c5 was slashed. After Sinclair Vehicles closed a company in Liverpool bought the last remaining 4,500 complete C5's for £89 each. Sinclair suffered huge losses with this now infamous product.
A true sign of the computer boom of the 1980's The Raleigh Vektar has an on board computer "speed, time, distance" A radio and sound synthesizer.
Itera plastic bike imported from Sweden in 1980 by Falcon cycles.
Ordinary "Penny Farthing" made by Singer 1890's
1969 Raleigh Roadster very rare 28"wheel chrome plate model only made for export to East Africa & fitted with a 1940's Watsonian side car.
Moulton De Luxe 1965 four speed, front & rear suspension, hub dynamo lights, front & rear bags. Classic shopping bike. moulton Mini in back of picture.
One of the last 16" RSW range 1973
Rare RSW16 "Raleigh Small Wheel" Folding bike. Very early Raleigh folder 1966
Raleigh Burner fitted with Skyway Tuff 2 wheels. Mk1 round tube.
The boxer was the smallest of a family of 3
Big brother to the Boxer & Strika.
Fitted with Dunlop War Grade Tyres.
Sold by us new in 1961 and purchased back from the owner in the late 90's this BSA shopper is all original
Micro bikes were very popular in the 1990's. About the size of a bike for a three year old these bikes were ridden by adults for fun.
Raleigh Thor scooter with balloon tyres & rod rim brakes 1960's
Classic signs from Dunlop, National Cyclists Union, BSA Raleigh & The Raleigh sponsored Burghley Horse Trials.
Sinclair Electric Zike another failure from the man behind the C5 and spectrum computer.
1947 Raleigh sport with a 3 speed hub & 3 speed derailleur gear giving a 9 speed gear system.