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Old 05-23-19, 01:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman View Post
I’m too embarrassed to post my Hetchins bike here. Somehow the stays got all bent to hell
The H thread definitely needs a Hetchins, bendy stays and all!
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Old 05-23-19, 05:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Revracer View Post
Deja vu on that pic and pretty cool to have a Holland in the neighborhood, is that Swamp Creek Rd (one of the many in Eastern PA)?
That's it. I am guessing that the owner of the barn had it moved there and staged the scene.

Do you ever ride around there? I'll keep an eye out for you.
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I am guessing that the owner of the barn had it moved there and staged the scene. Do you ever ride around there? I'll keep an eye out for you.
I would agree as I am sure I have a few photos from those "props".

I get through there on occasion as my son and I ride Neiffer Rd. a good amount when we go with a group from Java's Brewin.
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman View Post
I’m too embarrassed to post my Hetchins bike here. Somehow the stays got all bent to hell
If you send it to Gugie he could probably straighten those stays for you.
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1964 Huffy Sportsman - Nottingham England



As foisted upon me at a swap meet. Free.


About the only original part reused was the frame and the headbadge.


Aluminum was used quite a bit in the refurbishment of this “lightweight”


Chainguard is Raleigh (actual manufacturer), wheels are a set that includes modern Nexus hub. Jagwire c


Lettering by yours truly. Headbadge and seat tube decals are repops


Bianchi Milano sourced the Kenda tires used. They look much better on the red Sportsman.
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91 Haro Extreme

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Originally Posted by DMNHCAGrandPrix View Post
1961, with an H:

Oh, my. I mean . . . oh, my. Just . . . oh, my. All it needs is some Calvados and a Galois. And a beret.
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1974 Holdsworth Professional. Great colours. Nice riding bike too.


1962 Holdsworth Cyclone with Campagnolo Record. Lovely lugs on this one. I'm going to convert the crank to a triple so I can make it up the hills around here.


1946 Herse Competition. I really should ride this one more, but need to do something with the gearing:

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Old 05-25-19, 11:22 AM
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That '46 Herse! Ooh, la la...

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Old 05-25-19, 01:20 PM
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Ugly Betty Hilda - what can I say? I can't argue. Really, she's not that pretty....but she is attractive. Look....I absolutely hate those rising stems but I just can't look away. Is it that 'car crash' thing? Then there's the discovery of those little gems and quirks that go beyond 'skin deep'.

You know what? I'd just love to take Betty for a ride around the neighbourhood. She looks to be fun and has such a great personality. She's an individual. I just love her - it was inevitable.
Thank You(?) She does have a certainje ne sais quoi thatcharms everybody I'll have to find a more recent pic with the Chorus rather than the SR and Cobalto. If you ever find yourself in No East Indiana your welcome to take her for a ride.
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Old 05-25-19, 04:01 PM
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1946 Hobbs of Barbican Superbe, original paint including the name of the original racer who set a 1947 12 hour record on this bike.


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Old 05-25-19, 11:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
Thank You(?) She does have a certainje ne sais quoi thatcharms everybody I'll have to find a more recent pic with the Chorus rather than the SR and Cobalto. If you ever find yourself in No East Indiana your welcome to take her for a ride.
Hahaha - sorry about the 'backhanded' compliments but Ugly Betty does stand out from the crowd - in a good way of course. I'd love to visit East Indiana and even take Ugly Betty for a quick spin but, unfortunately, that trip will probably never happen.

If you're ever in Australia and head up north to Hervey Bay, you'd be most welcome and you may even want to take one of my bikes for a ride.
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman View Post
I’m too embarrassed to post my Hetchins bike here. Somehow the stays got all bent to hell
High torque pedaling. Only accomplished by real men. We must see this feat!
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I posted my '46 Hobbs earlier, and only just thought about a couple others "H" bikes that I overlooked. Unlike the Hobbs, both of the following have left my hands.

Houdaille, that I purchased as a frame/fork and built up for my wife:



Holdsworth Professional that wound up a victim of the first or second bike purge:

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Huffy Concours Professional
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Huffy Concours Professional
Huffy Concours Professional
This one is also French and starts with an H--Helyett. No period correct or even nearly original parts on it, however, including the fork and front rack.
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HOOPCHINS
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Hoopchins--from where, and when? VERY interesting!
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Fantastic. So what did we see?

Hampsten
Handsome Devil
Harding
Haro
Hartman
Helyett
Hercules
Herse, Rene
Hetchins
Hiawatha
Hilda
Hillman
Hobbs of Barbican
Holland
Holdsworth
Hoopchins
Houdaille
Huffy
Humber

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my yet-to-be-started Holdsworth 531 project
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A Holdsworth that I just picked up. Picture is from the ad.
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I posted a photo of my Huffy Concours Professional a couple weeks ago, here is another photo of it after some cleaning and new tires. and a photo of my 1963 Hawthorn Hercules.
1963 Hawthorn Hercules


Huffy Concours Professional
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A Holdsworth that I just picked up. Picture is from the ad.
H**Y CRAP that's tall, does it fit?
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H**Y CRAP that's tall, does it fit?
It does fit. It isn't as large as it looks. The seat tube is 60.5cm ctc and 62cm ctt. I am 6'3".
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Originally Posted by rjhammett View Post
It does fit. It isn't as large as it looks. The seat tube is 60.5cm ctc and 62cm ctt. I am 6'3".
Huh, shows what I know, headtube looks really long to me.

Nice score, very cool.
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