Wednesday, March 3, 2010

customer bike- Possible Flying Scot

One of our favorite customer's bikes that we had the privilege of revamping into a fast little rain bike. You can see the before and after.

here is his writeup for it, from his Flickr page that has tons more pictures.
"
Early 60's British Path Racer. Unsure of the builder, but the seller believed it could have been a Flying Scot. I had the bike repainted by Bilenky Cycle Works as it appeared to have already been possibly repainted. There is a serial # behind the fork crown that reads 446 and then K on the other side of the fork crown. Photos are visible later in the set. I had originally purchased this bike as a rain bike to ride when I was still a courier. You can see photos of the bike in another set in its original carnation. When I retired I decided to have the bike repainted, sprayed with frame saver and outfitted with a hodge podge of great parts. Better than the MTB stuff I had on it before! "





5 comments:

amoll68 said...

Very nice - that's a beaut! R/ Alex

meade said...

I wonder what is the history of the bike and it got over here...?

meade said...
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bikeville said...

meade,
customer purchased frameset from Hilary Stone.

meade said...

well, that explains at least part of the story...how it skipped the country to 'merica