Cycle Components Ltd.,
Hanworth Trading Estate
Hampton Road, Feltham,
Middlesex, England

Maker of handle bars, stems, brakes and sundries!
Updated 12.2.2010

      "GB stands for Gerry Burgess. He was a talented rider in the 30's. He began component manufacture just post war with brakes and stems although the early stuff was not up to Continental standards. I am told that he later went into partnership with (possibly?) Altenburger but did not survive into the 1980s."    Mark Stevens


Peter Paine's web pages:
GB brakes    GB Accessories    GB info, ads, etc

1954 Advertisement

 

Stainless steel!

A 1950s
Cycling ad

"Hiduminium" brake from 1948
(Peter Paine picture)

 "Coureur" brake lever.  M: "Coureur Plus", 1957.   R:  Model "Sport Mk III"  1958

                                      

Model "Riviera",1959
(Peter Paine photo)

"Coureur 66"  (Introduced in 1961.)

                           

Model "88", 1969~70.
(Peter Paine photo)

"GB SYNCRON" - strange brake, with auto balancing pivot.
Later  produced by German components company, Altenburger

             

The most sought after
GB bar variation?
Special thanks to
Larry Osbourne, "Mr. GB!"


 

Close ups of engraving
Aldo Ross
photos



  

Another engraved pattern.


 

Bars introduced in the late 1970s


 

Handlebar stems

                     

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