My TI-Raleigh SBDU Collection August 2017 Collection Header

My TI-Raleigh Specialist Bicycle Development Unit (SBDU) Collection

My SBDU Ilkeston and SBDU Nottingham Collection

It started with my first SB numbered frame in December 2011, and it quickly moved to two then three then ten and so on. From just wanting to own a TI-Raleigh Team Pro 753, I now have a comprehensive collection of SBDU frames that display most of the frame types, frame tubing and design styles that were used at Ilkeston and Nottingham. There are still gaps and the searching has become specific to allow me to fill those gaps. However, if a good frame at a good deal comes along, it is difficult to say no!

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Within the collection of SBDU frames there are examples of Metric and Imperial Reynolds tubing. Reynolds 531 Double Butted, Reynolds 531SL, Reynolds 531c, Reynolds 531 Professional, Reynolds 753, Reynolds 753R, Reynolds 753T and Reynolds 753 Ovoid.

Frame features include Carlton Capella lugs, Prugnat 62, Prugnat S and Cinelli. RGF bottom brackets, Haden, Cinelli SCM and CCM with gear cables running above and below.Bottom Bracket designs including plain, 2 slot, 4 slot, top routed, bottom routed and with plastic Raleigh guides. Seat stays in both single taper and double taper with fast back or side attached. Seat stay caps topped with Scalloped ends, plain flat ends and the signature over size.

Fork crowns including Cinelli, Cinelli CC, SC and SCA, Vagner and Fischer with round, narrow oval and wide oval blades (Continental and New Continental).

Road, Track, Time Trial, Randonneur, Cyclo Cross and an SBDU ‘Special’.

Frame ends including Campagnolo 1010, 1010/A, 1010/B, drilled and Campagnolo Portacatena, Campagnolo 1053, 1060 and Shimano Vertical.

 

 

 

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