About this Bike:
Raleigh Grand Prix 1974 Stronglight, Simplex, Weinmann & Brooks.
One of the last painted frames by Bob Jackson of Leeds before they closed this year. Very well made with a good deal of emphasis on the detail, originally a touring bicycle, this bike provides a very comfortable ride combined with some quality components made by Stronglight, Simplex, Weinmann & Brooks.
Mudguards and rack can be fitted at cost if your require a touring set up
Buy today for collection or UK Delivery
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Specifications are listed below:
Model: Grand Prix
Size: 56cm based on a 57cm top tube v 55 cm Seat Tube
Tubing: Raleigh Industries 20-30
Brakes: Weinmann 610 Vainqueur 999 Red Label Centre Pull
Brake Levers: Weinmann , Original Hoods - great Condition
Crankset: Stronglight 52/42
Crank Arm length: 170
Shifters: Simplex Prestige
Rear Derailleur: Simplex Prestige
Front Derailleur: Simplex Prestige
Freewheel/ Block: 5 speed
Hubs: Maillard Normandy Large Flange
Tyres/Type: Clincher , amber walled.
Other : GB Stem , New Traditional Bar Tape , Cables, Outer Housing , Chain Etc . Half Chromed forks, Nice braze on cable and gear guides , - wrap over stays . Gold outlined lugs . Wishbone rear brake bridge.
You will be buying a used bike, so please be aware of the following;
A note about our used bicycles. All Items are genuine vintage and whilst in full working order, may also so show signs of age or own some distinguishing marks. As well as these signs of character there may also be some signs of rust (faint and few) and some signs of mottling on the chrome. Where possible we have tried to show these on photographs. These small imperfections are commensurate with what is expected of a bike of this age.The bikes are not new.
Raleigh Grand Prix 1974
Please place an order using the manual payment option, we will then get back to you with shipping costs.
Please Note. Full Bicycles normally prove too costly to most countries. Frames and smaller parcels not so.
Please also be aware that you may also be required to pay import duties on arrival to your country