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The Official Vintage Bicycle Manufacturer Catalog List w/Links

I'm going to start this list as I've never seen one of these here on BikeForums before. The purpose of this is to be a reference for both new and old members, as well as internet lurkers/researchers (raises hand) that need information or who may become future members. The initial scope is to be makes of complete bicycles, not component manufacturers (though that could be a later edition). Perhaps this can ascend to Sticky status, or perhaps it will live its life in the general thread section.

This list will be ever growing or changing. This list will not/never be 100% complete, conclusive, or exhaustive, but I welcome and appreciate your contributions to get it closer!

I'll be happy to update, add, or edit when needed (or perhaps the duty can be shared?). I truly want this to be a helpful and central source for all of us, even as there are a number of places on the web that do have catalogs listed--they're just not listed here. I will input my saved list of links and dig for some more, but know that this will require input from many of you who have knowledge and interest in companies that I don't (or am not aware of). The sources for these will be far and wide, with perhaps even multiple sources for a company. Some sources will have multiple companies' catalogs, so this could get tricky. It will be a work in progress with occasional errors (that I will work to amend as soon as I can), so please be patient.

I will try and post specific years of catalogs, even specific links, but that will take time and is a bit more of a "Phase II" kind of endeavor. Some years of catalog will be unknown or un-stated, and thus will simply be a link to the company's catalog. Update: I am phasing in the year feature.

A huge thank you for current and former BF members, as well as all the others that have posted and hosted scanned catalogs over the years. This list could not have been made without you!

UNITED STATES

Bruce Gordon (1981)
Cannondale (1973-2007)
Celo Europa
Crescent 1 - Crescent 2 - Crescent 3 (1973) / (1974)
Davidson 1 (1979) / (1984) / (1991A / 1991B) - Davidson 2 (1979, 1984, 1991)
Erickson
Exxon Graftek (1977) - Exxon Graftek (1977) / (Specs+Ads)
Gary Fisher (1988-2010)
Hosteler (1973)
Huffy (1973)
Italvega (1976)
John Howard
Klein 1 (1978) / (1981) / (19xx) / (1996) - Klein 2 (1989-2008)
LeMond (1996-2005)

Lewis Lightweights (1939)
Marin
Medici (19xx GT / Minimo / Pista / Misc. ) / (1978) / (1979) / (1980) / (1981) / (1982) / (1983) / (1984)
Mitch Kneller
Original Plastic Bike (1973)
Ouellette Cycles
Palo Alto
Peter Mooney
Richard Sachs (19xxA) / (19xxB) / (19xxC)
Rodriguez (Tandems) (1981)
Ross (1982, 1985)
Santana Cycles (Tandems) (1985)
Schwinn (1895-2000 w/ a number of the earlier years missing)
Serotta (19xx) / (1985) / (1986) / (1989)
Specialized 1 - Specialized 2 (search engine result so as to not bring up a warning page when the link is clicked--it's the first result)
Spectrum (198x) / (199x)
Stowe
Strawberry
Tanguy
Teledyne 1 - Teledyne 2 (1973) / (1974)
Ten Speed Drive (Importers) (198x) / (1988)
Tom Ritchey
Trek 1 (1976-1995 w/ steel model emphasis) - Trek 2 (1984-2012)
Woodward
Yamaguchi
Zinn

CANADA

Cyclops
Marinoni
Norco
Rocky Mountain (1987-2014)

MEXICO

Windsor (19xx) / (1978)

ENGLAND

Bickerton (1975)
Bob Jackson 1 (1994) - Bob Jackson 2 (197x, 1988, 199x)
Carlton 1 (1967) / (1970) - Carlton 2 (1967, 1970)
Claud Butler 1 (1976) - Claud Butler 2 (1936, 1939, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1961, 1976, 1977)
Condor 1 (19xx) / (1978) / (1981) / (1994) - Condor 2 (1978, 1994)
Dawes 1 (1964) / (197x) / (1977) / (1982) - Dawes 2 (1964, 197x, 1977, 1982)
Falcon 1 (1974) - Falcon 2 (1974) - Falcon 3 (1973) / (1973 Merckx) / (1974)
F.W. Evans 1 (193x) - F.W. Evans 2 (193x)
Harry Quinn (1989)
Hetchin's (1987)
Holdsworth (1976) / (1982)
Lambert 1 - Lambert 2 (1972)
Mercian (1978)
Paris Rensh
Raleigh 1 (1935) / (1939) / (194x) / (1951) / (1957 UK) / (1958) / (1959) / (1962 UK + US) / (1970) / (1974) / (1975) / (1976) / (1977) / (1979) / (198x) / (1982) / (1983) / (1984) / (1986) / (Price Lists 1969-1980)
Raleigh 2 (Includes Individual Models + Catalogs (scroll down) from 1939-1985 (many years missing)) - Raleigh 3 (1928) / (1936) / (1946) / (1962) / (1973) / (1978)
Reg Harris (196x)
Rudge (1939) / (1940)
Saxon (1939)
Speedwell
Sun Bicycles (1953) / (1970)
Viscount (1976)
Woodrup (19xx) / (1994)

FRANCE

Automoto (1951)
Bertin-Milremo (1972) / (1975)
Caminargent (1936)
Gitane - Gitane (197x) / (1975 Supplement) / (1977) / (1984)
Lejeune (1971/2) / (1978)
Mercier
Motobecane 1 (1970/2) / (1973) / (1974) / (1975) / (1976) / (1977) / (1978) / (1979) / (1980) / (1981) / (1982) / (1983) / (1984) / (1985) - Motobecane 2 (1970/2) / (1973) / (1974) / (1977) / (1978) / (1980)
Pelissier (1952)
Peugeot 1 (1952) - Peugeot 2 (1974) / (1977) / (1978) / (1979) / (1980) / (1981) / (1982) / (1983) / (1984) / (1985) / (1986) / (1987) / (1988) / (1989) / (1990) - Peugeot 3 (1971) / (1973) / (1974) / (1982/3)
Rene Herse
Vitus

ITALY

Alan 1 - Alan 2
Atala 1 - Atala 2 (1967, 1971, 1974, 1987) - Atala 3 (1971) / (1972) / (1974) / (1975)
Basso 1 (19xx) / (1981) / (1992) - Basso 2
Battaglin1 - Battaglin 2 (1982)
Benotto 1 - Benotto 2 - Benotto 3 (1973, 197x, 1985)
Bianchi 1 (1955) / (1981A / 1981B / 1981C) / (1983) / (1984) / (1985) / (1988) - Bianchi 2 (194x, 1973) - Bianchi 3 (1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988) - Bianchi 4 (1990-1999) - Bianchi 5 (2000-2007) - Bianchi 6 (1982)
Boschetti 1 (1988) - Boschetti 2 (1988)
Bottecchia (1972, 1978, 1985, 1989, 1990, 199x) - Bottecchia (1971) / (1973)
Calzone
Casati 1 (19xx) / (19xx) / (1988) - Casati 2 (197x/198x, 1984, 1988, 199x) - Casati 3 (1984) / (1985/6)
Cavalera 1 (1985) - Cavalera 2 (1985)
C.B.T. Italia 1 (1988) - C.B.T. Italia 2 (1988)
Cellini 1 - Cellini 2
Chesini 1 (19xxA) / (19xxB) - Chesini 2 (1984, 1985, 198x) - Chesini 3 (1984)
Cinelli 1 (1948/9 and 1969 price list) - Cinelli 2 (19xx, 198x) - Cinelli 3 (1981)
Ciocc 1 (19xxA) / (19xxB via Ten Speed Drive) - Ciocc 2 (19xx, 1984, 2009, 2010)
Colner (1976) / (1983)
Confente 1 - Confente 2
Conti 1 - Conti 2
Colnago 1 (19xx) / (197x) / (1988) / (1989) / (1994) / (OvalCX) - Colnago 2 (1973, 1977, 1978, 1979, 198x, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1997) - Colnago 3 (1973) / (1983)
Cramerotti
Daccordi 1 - Daccordi 2 (1990, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)
Dancelli 1 - Dancelli 2 (198x, 1987)
De Rosa 1 (19xxA) / (19xxB) / (1986) / (1988) - De Rosa 2 (19xx, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989) - De Rosa (1984) / (1985) / (1989)
Dei Umberto 1 (1934) - Dei Umberto 2 (1934)
Denti 1 - Denti 2 (2008)
Di Lorenzo 1 - Di Lorenzo 2 (1983)
Faggin
Follis (1958)
Francesco Paduano (1997)
Frejus (1934) / (1937)
Gianni Motta (1985)
Gios (19xxA) / (19xxB) / (19xxC) / (1977) / (1981) - Gios (1984) / (1986)
Giovannini
Guerciotti (1984) / (1985) / (1987)
Maserati
Masi 1 (197xA US) / (197xB US) / (197xC US) / (19xxA Highcountry Worldwide) / (19xxB) / (19xxC) / (19xxD) / (19xxE) / (198xA) / (198xB US) / (1985) / (1988) - Masi 2 (1978) / (1985) / (1986)
Mondonico
Montagner
Moser
Olmo (19xxA) / (19xxB) / (19xxC)
Paletti (19xxA) / (19xxB)
Patelli 1 (19xx) / (1981) / (1985) - Patelli 2 (1982)
Pinarello 1 (1979) / (1982) / (1985) / (1987) / (1989) / (1990) - Pinarello 2 (1982) / (1985) / (1989)
Pogliaghi 1 - Pogliaghi 2 (1984)
Rauler (19xxA) / (19xxB)
Riggio
Rigi (1980)
Rolls (1973)
Romani
Rossin (198x) / (1988)
Sannino
Scapin 1 (1981) / (1983) - Scapin 2 (1985)
Simonato (1981)
Somec 1 - Somec 2 (1986)
Stelbel
Tempesta
Tommasini
Tommaso (1985) / (1988)
Torpado
Zullo

LINK to many historical Italian bicycle catalogs (requires a paid yearly membership to access/view)

BELGIUM

Eddy Merckx 1 (19xx) / (19xx) / (19xx) / (1990A / 1990B) - Eddy Merckx 2 (19xx, 1990, 1992, 1995, 2010) - Eddy Merckx 3 (1981) / (1984) / (1989) - Eddy Merckx 4 (BF thread with catalog entries from 1993-1998)
Flandria

GERMANY

Schauff (Rudialtig) 1 - Schauff 2 (1969)

NETHERLANDS

Batavus 1 (1984) - Batavus 2
Gazelle (1966-2002, missing the catalog years of 1969, 1971-1975, 1977, 1979, 1980, and 1985)
Koga-Miyata 1 (1976-2018) - Koga-Miyata 2 (1989, 1990, 1993 w/ better scans and Technical Specs documents)

LINK to historical lists and elements of many Dutch bicycle brands ( enter: https://www.klassiekeracefiets.info/ into the search bar, otherwise BF gives a warning message)

AUSTRIA

Austro-Daimler 1 (1976) / (1978) / (1979) / (1981) / (1982) / (1986) / (1988) - Austro-Daimler 2 (1972, 1976, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1986)
Puch 1 (1981) - Puch 2

SPAIN

Cuevas 1 - Cuevas 2

SWITZERLAND

Edco

JAPAN

3Rensho (1984)
Bridgestone (scroll down) (1982, 1985-1994)
Centurion (1974, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987)
Focus
Fuji (1975-1991)
Lotus (home page with links to individual models) (model chart)
Miyata (1974, 1979-1994)
Nishiki (1987)
Panasonic 1 (1977-1995, 2012) - Panasonic 2 (1973)
SR
Univega (19xxA, 19xxB, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1989)
Zunow

TAIWAN

KHS

GENERAL LISTINGS / INDEXES OF COMPANIES THAT I AM UNABLE TO INDIVIDUALLY LINK TO

Retrobike.uk has many catalogs, but directly linking from BikeForums brings up a warning page, but not when I access it normally via my browser. ( https://www.retrobike.co.uk/gallery2/...ive/?g2_page=6 will get you to it)
Velobase is ever the resource (http, thus 'not secure', so you'll have to search for "Velobase catalog scans" to access it), and as a number of us know, they have many bicycle and component manufacturers' catalogs. Some are links to PDFs, others are .zip files to download.
Three Speed Hub, although not singularly dedicated to bicycles or companies that build bicycles with such gearing, is another source of catalogs etc (and of the quite vintage kind). Five pages worth, or you can choose a decade to narrow things down a bit.
Equusbicycle has a grid's worth of catalogs, but I can't seem to get the images to load. Perhaps you'll fare better.
Another members-only (unless you possess a Google account, then you should be fine) resource is the Veteran-Cycle Club Online Library, which in addition to being a catalog and literature source, is also another cycling community that one can engage with.

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I am asking myself what have I gotten myself into!

Part way through the Italians. Mulitple catalog/link sources incoming for many....
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Cool!
Iíll play.

Italians:

Mondonico
Tommasini
Zullo
Tommaso

Iím sure more to come
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Here's a link to your Specialized line. https://labibleduvelocataloguesspeci....blogspot.com/
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Originally Posted by canyoneagle View Post
Cool!
Iíll play.

Italians:

Mondonico
Tommasini
Zullo
Tommaso

Iím sure more to come
Thanks! I'm working through websites that have links or lists of everything. It takes a lot of time, which is why I haven't gotten to the end of the alphabet yet! Haha
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Peugeot catalogs
Ritchey catalogs
Gitane catalogs
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Mark Bulgier has a lot of old catalogs on his site: bulgier.net - /pics/bike/Catalogs/

I've scanned a few and supplied them to Mark (many years ago). I think my 1974 and 1976 Raleigh catalogs are my best offerings.

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USA
Stowe
Fuso

Canada
Mariposa
Jester
CCM

UK
MKM

Italy
Vetta

France
Motobecane
Bertin
Follis

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Originally Posted by steelbikeguy View Post
Mark Bulgier has a lot of old catalogs on his site: bulgier.net - /pics/bike/Catalogs/

I've scanned a few and supplied them to Mark (many years ago). I think my 1974 and 1976 Raleigh catalogs are my best offerings.

Steve in Peoria
Yup, just got through the entire list there! Will be looking at other sites that have other catalogs as well.
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Remember, I am looking for LINKS and not necessarily companies. I have or will have listed many, but some may not have a link to a past catalog (or catalogs). If you don't see a company on here AND you have a link to their catalog(s), then please post.

Thank you!
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1934 Frejus - https://www.flickr.com/photos/681231...57715224360947
1937 Frejus - https://www.flickr.com/photos/681231...57631597310286

And for 12 euro/year, the finest collection of Italian catalogs on the internet - https://www.registrostoricocicli.com...-cicli-depoca/
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PS. It would be nice if you added dates to the titles of the catalogs.
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Fair number of catalogs and brochures at retrobike....


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I'm getting a warning when clicking on Specialized 1.
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I'm getting a warning when clicking on Specialized 1.
Thank you for the heads up. @jamesdak your retrobike link (also the same source address for my "Specialized 1") shows the warning as well. Bummer. :/ I will provide a search engine result as a link for Spec. 1 (or just make it Spec 2 with a small explanation for now). Let me know how it works.
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PS. It would be nice if you added dates to the titles of the catalogs.
I thought about that, and it's a good idea (and one I'd like to get to), but for now, I need to focus on building the list out. After that, I can get more granular.
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PS. It would be nice if you added dates to the titles of the catalogs.
For the catalogs on bulgier.net that don't have dates, the date is unknown. If anyone sees one of my catalogs and knows the date FOR SURE, let me know and I'll add it. I'd rather have no date than be wrong though.

Also if you see a date and think it's wrong, please do let me know!

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I've used this site for reference often. Lots of stuff here.
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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel View Post
Thank you for the heads up. @jamesdak your retrobike link (also the same source address for my "Specialized 1") shows the warning as well. Bummer. :/ I will provide a search engine result as a link for Spec. 1 (or just make it Spec 2 with a small explanation for now). Let me know how it works.
?? I didn't see any warning for either.....

I checked the old links I had for old Orbea Catalogs but it doesn't seem to be working now. I'll dig into the archives to see if I can find something that works.
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?? I didn't see any warning for either.....

I checked the old links I had for old Orbea Catalogs but it doesn't seem to be working now. I'll dig into the archives to see if I can find something that works.
When I access the site off the search engine, it's totally fine. I think it's a BikeForums issue and not an "our personal computers" issue, but that's just a guess.
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Ross is missing from the US section.
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Originally Posted by bulgie View Post
For the catalogs on bulgier.net that don't have dates, the date is unknown. If anyone sees one of my catalogs and knows the date FOR SURE, let me know and I'll add it. I'd rather have no date than be wrong though.

Also if you see a date and think it's wrong, please do let me know!

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What about a range? Down to a decade? Your Atala catalog could be anything from 1900-1990. Sort of close is better than nothing.
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What about a range? Down to a decade? Your Atala catalog could be anything from 1900-1990. Sort of close is better than nothing.
Bianchi could be 1880-2020.
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