including the famous "Flying Gate"
Click on small images to see al larger view                             Updated 1.12.2008

 The unique, short wheelbase "Flying Gate" design was initiated by Baines in the 1930's, as can be seen in these included catalog pages. The design has survived ... currently the rights to the marque & its design are owned by the firm of Trevor Jarvis Cycles.  (see below)

1938 Catalog cover


L to R: Page showing lugs & fork options, International TT
 model, " The Continental."  & closer view of the Continental


Closer view of lugs & 1938 "Path"


Bob Johnson's  1949 BAINES 'INTERNATIONAL TT' 23" Frame


 Gnutti cottered cranks, Simplex double chainrings, Cyclo Oppy pedals,
 Simplex manual front mech, Huret Competition rear mech, North Road
bars on GB stem, GB Hiduminium brakeset, Conloy Asp 27" alloy rims on H
arden L/F hubs, Huret alloy shorty mudguards, Mansfield Swallow saddle
on Strata sweptback alloy seat pin.

1947 Flying Gate at auction!

photo by Hilary stone

Trevor Jarvis has continued this tradition
 and design in his

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