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Clubs dedicated to Vintage Lightweight Bikes

Veteran Cycle
Club (UK)

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The News & Views newsletter

  Founded in 1955, this club covers a broad range of bicycle interests
including antique as well as lightweight bicycles. There is a monthly
"News & Views" newsletter magazine and the quarterly "Boneshaker"
publication.
 

Sources for parts, bikes & services

American
Cyclery Bike Shop

510 Frederick,
San Francisco, CA 94117
(the bike shop associated with The Bicycle Trader)

415-664-4545
bradley@americancyclery.com  

The retail bike shop has all sorts of collectible bikes and parts.

Bicycle Classics

Michigan

Greg Parker
Fax: (734) 426-4336
gpvb1@comcast.net

All sorts of hard or impossible to find goodies for that old or classic style bicycle.

The Bike Stand

1778 East Second St.
Scotch Plains NJ 07076

Steven Willis
908-322-3330

Steve Willis' shop where he has extensive experience and some bits and pieces of interest to vintage bike buffs, including a page on his web site with odds & ends for sale.
Campagnolo Only!
Buy/Sell
      A heavily visited web spot for Campy Culture, including the buying & selling of Campag (sometimes vintage) parts.
CampyOldy.com

Dorset, UK

Nigel Scott
01202 885643
retro33uk@yahoo.co.uk

A very nice selection of NOS Campagnolo and other bits...

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Classic Bikes of Kingston

Kingston, WA 98346
360- 297-7144

A bike shop with a huge and special bicycle collection plus the knowledge about what you might need!

CyclArt

2590 Pioneer Ave.
Suite A

Vista, CA 92083

760-599-1015

M - F 10 AM to 6 PM
Info@CyclArt.com

Jim and Susan Cunningham are best known for their company's splendid refinishing and restoration work, but they also have a wide and varied selection of vintage pieces and bikes. A comprehensive list is available in their website.

Drillium Revival Oregon, USA Flickr web pages
Drillium@Yahoo.com
"Drillium Revival is about 1970's style milling and drilling on classic racing parts. All done as it was in the day using a manual milling machine, drill press, and hand tools."
First Flight Bicycle Shop

216 S. Center
Statesville, NC 28677

704-878-9689
jeff@firstflightbikes.com

Jeff  and Wes are an avid collectors. Their web site lists a For Sale range of vintage bike goods from Balloon to Lightweight
Samuel
Fitzsimmons

5002 Curtis Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21226

410-736-1417
sam.fitzsimmons@verizon.net

Sam is one of the most knowledgeable and vested collectible bike fellows in the USA! He attends virtually all the east coast meets - for Balloon tire as well as lightweights.

Harris Bike Shop

1353 Washington St.
W. Newton,

MA 02165

617-44-1040
FAX 617-244-1041

"...Make a specialty of updating high-quality older bikes with modern parts, for the rider who doesn't want to give up on an old friend, but wants more gears, better brakes, a more relaxed position, etc..."
The Head Badge   Kurt Kaminer
theheadbadge@gmail.com
Restorations services, Appraisal services, catalogs and serial number charts with special focus on Raleigh and Schwinn Paramounts.
Recycled Cycles

1011 NE Boat St.
Seattle, Wash 98105

206-547-4491
sales@recycledcycles.com

This is a neat shop to discover on the web or in person. They have a list of retro parts on their site.
Recycled
Cycles & Service

St. Louis, Mo

314-862-4041
Paul@recycledcycles.net

A used bikes & parts resource, they frequently have interesting vintage bits & pieces!
Rivendell Bicycle Works

1547 Palos Verdes #402
Walnut Creek, CA 94596

510-933-7304
fax 933-7305
rivbici@earthlinks.com

Retro aesthetic parts and bikes... verging upon vintage. And a lot more!

Sellwood Cycle Repair
 

7639 SE Milwaukie Ave.
Portland, Oregon

503.233.9392
sellwood@sellwoodcycle.com

This bike shop frequently has vintage related parts and bikes Worth checking in a search for that special component.
Speedbicycles
Virtual Museum & Sales
In Switzerland...
eBay seller "speedbicyclescom"

stefan@speedbicycles.ch

A fascinating collection of bikes and occasional sales through eBay of bikes and parts

Noah Stutzman

33650 County Road 12
Baltic, Ohio 43804

 330-897-1391 ext. 1
No internet contact

Custom wood rims for bikes but also other applications.

HilaryStone.com Bristol, England based hilarystone@hilarystone.com
10.00 to 19.00 Greenwich Mean Time on:
(0044) (0)117 951 0619  or
(0044) (0)1495 370552  or
(0044) (0)797 104 3290

Long acknowledged expert on vintage lightweight bicycles, Hilary makes available a wide and eclec tic range of bicycle & parts

Velo-Classic Gartenweg 46
Hüllhorst, Germany
Heinz Fingerhut
fingerhut@velo-classic.de

Vintage bicycle dealer and collector.

Velo Classique
148A N 21st Street
Purcellville, VA 20132
540-338-8376
veloclassique@gmail.com

A new business specializing in classic and traditional style cycling goods

Velo Orange 1819 George Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401
Chris Kulczycki
443-949-8115
chris@velo-orange.com

"....manufacturers and purveyors of parts and accessories for randonneurs and cyclo-tourists." and many items very vintagesque.

Velorama Paris, France Lorenzo Savarino
6 rue St Ernest
77174 Villeneuve St Denis
RCS Meaux: 487735045

Fixed gear, single speed and Vintage source


VeloStuf
 

Minnesota

John Barron
jb@velostuf.com

Part time yet very active reseller of NOS and select used Vintage goods & Bikes in an eclectic mix.  
VIA Bike Shop

606 S.9th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Curtis Anthony
215-627-3370
bikeville@erols.com

10,000 sq. ft. crammed full of cycling history! 17 years buying selling, trading &  repairing.... 10-5 Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat, 1-9 Wed.
Vintage NOS Bicycle Parts Portland, OR pbbikes@gmail.com "an online boutique for the vintage cycling connoisseur."
Vintage Road Bike.com

Boulder, Colorado

Mike Kone
hersefan@comcast.net

Mike Kone's Updated Price Guide to Vintage Lightweights, Guide to Vintage Components,  Buy/Sell Marketplace
VintageVelos


Atlanta, Georgia

& Switzerland

Alex
Tel. 770 991 2274
fax 770 991 5244

info@vintagevelos.com

          A great web site and an elegant selection of primarily Italian bikes and parts. The proprietor travels between Georgia and Switzerland with his finds.
Alexander
Von Tutschek

Alexander von Tutschek
Bath, England.

01225-465532
Fax: 01225-464355.  
vontutschek@btinternet.com

British Collector specializing in the period 1930-60 who frequently has bits for sale.  Hubs, rims, gears, brakes, etc. for period British light weights (these bikes were often fitted with French and Italian equipment)

Refinishing (USA)
The listed painters are those with an established reputation for vintage bikes;
having demonstrated access to decals, having expertise with varnish-apply decals, being familiar with vintage colors schemes and pin striping. There are probably other craftsmen able to do good work. Please let us know about first class paint services that you have good personal experience with.

Jim Allen
The CycleSmiths

37015 El Tesoro Rd,
Ranchita, CA 92066

760.782.2737
cyclesmiths@wildblue.net 

A very experienced painter who may very well have painted all the best custom builder's frames at one time or the other!
Keith Anderson Cycles 222 North Marble Dr,
Grants Pass, OR 97526
info@keithandersoncycles.com (541)471-4114 Painter, frame builder, renaissance man. Paints for many Keepers of the Flame custom builders...
Vintage Cycle Studios La Mesa, California  (619)713-1304
brianbaylis@juno.com
Brian Baylis provides the finest in vintage bike restorations, etc..
Joe Bell San Diego, California 619-469-4312   Considered one of the top paint shops in the USA. Currently the painter for Rivendell & Richard Sachs, among others.
Creative Cycle Works

210 Robert E. Lee blvd.

New Orleans,
Louisiana

504-430-2015
Danny Green
creativecycleworks@cox.net
"an excellent painter and quite imaginative in his custom paint schemes. He's a nice guy and honest to boot."
CyclArt 2590 Pioneer Ave.
Suite A
Vista, CA 92083-8427
760-599-1015
fax 760-599-1017

Info@CyclArt.com

Known for their company's splendid refinishing and restoration work, including repro decals.

Elliot Bay Bicycles 2116 Western Ave.
Seattle, Washington 98121
206-441-8144
ebbikes1@aol.com
Davidson frames, restorations and decal reproductions. Co-owner Bob Freeman is a very knowledgeable vintage bike enthusiast.
Doug Fattic 914 South Third St., Niles, Michigan 49120     269-684-6761
fatticbicycles@qtm.net
Doug is a well respected custom frame maker, who learned his craft from Ellis-Briggs in Shipley, UK
Franklin Frames 7179 Reform Rd.,
Newark, OH
43055
740-763-3838
franklinframe@alltel.net  
    Jack & Rhonda have been at this for many years, 25 plus.... great frames, resprays, modifications and repair service.
Hot Tubes Phoenix Park
2 Shaker Road
Unit G100
Shirley, Massachusetts 01464

(978) 425-9033
hottubes91@aol.com
Frame builder and painter
Chris Kvale Cycles Frame builder and painter, par excellence!
Litton Cycles 999 West Cutting Blvd, Unit 15
Point Richmond,
California 94804
Ed Litton
510-237-1132
E-mail
Ed has a great sensibility for and experience with vintage lightweights. He also has been a specialist for Bianchi.See his page in this web site Click
Bryan Proctor's
Custom Metal

Finishing
5270 E. Apple Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49442
800-383-4277 Show-quality chrome specialist, mostly dealing with Balloon tired bikes.
Rad Finishes InfoO@radfinishes.com 
8206 N. Fessenden Portland, OR 
971-219-5307 Gene Powell is a steel bicycle afficienado and has a long experience in the biz.

Southwest Frameworks
Dallas, Texas 214.358.2579
david@southwestframeworks.com
Multi-talented David Cheakas builds frames and does complete refinishing work.
Spectrum cycles 1190 Dorney Road, Breinigsville, PA 610-398-1986
spctrum@aol.com
Tom Kellogg and Jeff Duser build repair and paint at the highest level of the craft.

Waterford
Precision Cycles

816 W. Bakke Ave.
Waterford, Wisconsin
262.534.4190
Fax 262.534.4194
makeitnew@waterfordbikes.com
High quality painting services with special expertise for vintage Schwinn Paramounts.
Peter Weigle Hamburg Road,
Lyme, Conn.
860-434-0700 A well respected frame builder, Peter is an ace restorer & has a history going back to Witcomb USA (for which he is the only source for decals).

Decals (transfers, stickers)
The below specialize in accurate reproduction of decals for vintage bicycle manufacturers & craftsmen...

BicycleDecals.net designcomuk@gmail.com

designcomuk limited

Dolphin House

Welsh Row

Nantwich CW5 5ET

United Kingdom

A new (2011) company with already a wide range offered.
Cyclomondo Greg Softley Coffs Harbour,
New South Wales, Australia
by email
"...excellent replica decals"
Greg has reproduced many famous and hard to find marques and now supplies many refinishing shops...
Elliot Bay Bicycles 2116 Western Ave.
Seattle, Washington 98121
Bob Freeman
206-441-8144
ebbikes1@aol.com
A variety of desirable decal reproductions. Co-owner Bob Freeman is a very knowledgeable vintage bike enthusiast.
H Lloyd Cycles

nick@lloydcycles.co.uk  
Masons Barn, Mauldes Meaburn, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 3HN
UK

011 44 193 171 5439 For many older makes especially British.
JR Restore
Decal maker
J.R. Winsom
wandson1@msn.com
Mission Veijo, CA Made to order reproductions
 Gus Salmon decals  ussalmon@gmail.com Florida, USA  Quality vintage decals for the cycling industry, specializing in Water Slide transfers, vinyl and 1 offs.
Screen Specialty Shop Gary Prange & company
877-236-4135
sssink@sssink.com
West Jefferson, NC Fine decal maker to most of the USA's best hand made bicycle builders. Also can produce custom screen & digital "transfers" to order.
Vintage Transfers Giorgio Pancari
Phone +39 347 8393805 - +39 347 3883482 info@vintagetransfers.it
Italy Many Italian makes for bicycles and motorcycles.

In the UK:
The listed companies have an established reputation for excellence in vintage projects.. The catch is that while their charges are very reasonable, the shipping to & from England from the states makes the resulting total cost high.

Argos Bristol +44 (0) 117 9724730 & fax
www.argoscycles.com

      In operation since 1974; frame making and refinishing services.

Skill Enamellers Phil Insley
Unit E6,
The Ropewalk Industrial Centre,
The Ropewalk, Ilkeston,
Derbyshire, DE7 5HX.
Tel  (0115) 930 1976. Was the painter at Raleigh, Ilkeston and finished all the team frames. He has all the original Raleigh paints.
Bob Jackson Station Buildings 312-324 Stanningley Road, Bramley, Leeds, LS13 3EG 01 44 113 255 9844
fax 01 44 113 255 4444
factory@

bobjacksoncycles.
demon.co.uk

Of course building their own frames, but also refinishing other makes.

Group of UK businesses
who provide restoration services.

(Readers who have specific experiences and endorsements, please supply info to clarify services offered.)

API resprays (Essex)
01245 360009

Colourtech (Kent)
01322 555549

DD Enterprises
(near Sheffield)
01909 569404

Chris Grange
(Harpendon)
01279 758718

Mercian (Derby)
01332 346786

Chris Marshall
(Keighley)
01535 691073

Les Rigden (Brighton)
01273 681861
M Steel cycles (Newcastle)
0191 234 4275
Mario Vaz
(London)
0208 852 0711

Miscellaneous Repair Services

Phoenix Hub Gear Repairs Mr. P.M. Read
19 Redbridge, Stantonbury,
Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England
01908 227010

    This service is a complete solution for problems with Internal gear hubs from Sturmey-Archer, BSA and Brampton. Mr. Peace has the expertise and parts for many generations of these vintage hubs, and at reasonable costs...

The Saddle Shop
Chuck Liepham
The Saddle Shop
20 Harris Circle
Edgewater, FL 32141
386-690-3797

    Balloon tire specialist who may be able to help in certain lightweight bikes projects....."Each seat is taken apart, stripped to the bare metal, repaired as needed, repainted or replated as necessary then recovered. Chuck ensures that the leather he uses is the correct grain as the original and that the stitching is authentically reproduced. The padding he uses also is an exact duplicate of the original. Each seat is done by hand. Chuck is stickler for details and his restoration work is among the best your money can buy."  The Classic & Antique Bicycle Exchange

Simon Firth Hanfordcycles@gmail.com
Firth & Wilson Transport Cycles
933 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA. 19123

267-318-7285

Philadelphia framebuilder Simon Firth has traveled to Birmingham to learn the arts of saddle making and saddle repair. Simon is now the Brooks factory-authorized saddle repair agent for America. Simon has access to parts that most U.S. dealers don’t, and he knows his way around a rivet.