||Size: 23" centre to top, with 23" top tube and
40" wheelbase. Chater Lea lugs and bottom bracket (for 5/16" balls) cut
to unique Flyer pattern. 531 DB tubing throughout.
Original paintwork and chrome, finished in grey enamel with red lug
lining and double box lining. All chrome head tube and lugs
(10/- extra in 1939 Catalogue). Forks: Short rake Russ pattern, fully
chromed (10/- extra).
||27x1¼" Constrictor Conloy rims on
Harden "Bacon Slicer" hubs (rear single-sided for freewheel).
A post-war upgrade, presumably. Villiers De Luxe single freewheel.
||Chater-Lea fluted lightweight cranks and
||Chater-Lea 'tommy-bar' pedals
||Lam dural brake stirrups with unknown make of
||Reynolds hiduminium Bailey bars
with Patent chromed steel handlebar stem (Hudson's patent).
Narrow, Accles and Pollock chromed seat pin with crimped domed top
Noweight "Ultra-light" celluloid mudguards with aluminium alloy stay
Original owner's scrapbooks of race results (1930's). Other
documentation, including original receipt, 1938 RTTC Handbook, race
entry list cards and results cards for various 1930's time trials, and
The original owner was a member of the Brighton Excelsior CC.
He was a successful club level racer, and set a number of course
records. He was the Second Sussex Best All-Rounder for 1938.