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1954 my sister Ann age four perhaps on her tricycle  and me at age eight with my first bike.  Photo courtesy of the man with the hat (note the shadow by Ann's front wheel)  probably our father in front of our home on Riverwood Road, Portland, Oregon.
1954 my sister Ann age four perhaps on her tricycle and me at age eight with my first bike. Photo courtesy of the man with the hat (note the shadow by Ann's front wheel) probably our father in front of our home on Riverwood Road, Portland, Oregon.
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Hi Andy,

I was talking to my 25 yr old daughter about my "old bicycle," picture attached.   I explained that I got its frame in 1973 when I lived in Missoula, Montana, when a car ran over my Raliegh Grandsport.   I used resultant insurance to purchase the Strawberry frame and then attached most of the Raliegh parts, and that is what I still use.   I had heard about your new company and frames from my roommate who was a bike enthusiast.      

I repainted it in the late-80s and, since it was pre-internet , I made up my own version of your company logo applied with letter transfers.  

Anyway, probably because life is busy, I never thought to look your company up on the internet until I talked about the bike yesterday.  

I saw your vintage folder of your website and thought you may want to see one of your old frames is still doing well.  The frame was purchased in the fall of '73, but could have been an earlier date.

It was great to see that your company is peddling strong.  Thanks and Cheers, Jim
Hi Andy,

I was talking to my 25 yr old daughter about my "old bicycle," picture attached. I explained that I got its frame in 1973 when I lived in Missoula, Montana, when a car ran over my Raliegh Grandsport. I used resultant insurance to purchase the Strawberry frame and then attached most of the Raliegh parts, and that is what I still use. I had heard about your new company and frames from my roommate who was a bike enthusiast.

I repainted it in the late-80s and, since it was pre-internet , I made up my own version of your company logo applied with letter transfers.

Anyway, probably because life is busy, I never thought to look your company up on the internet until I talked about the bike yesterday.

I saw your vintage folder of your website and thought you may want to see one of your old frames is still doing well. The frame was purchased in the fall of '73, but could have been an earlier date.

It was great to see that your company is peddling strong. Thanks and Cheers, Jim
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2016 Reynolds Technology Ltd. booth at NAHBS.  Strawberry red/white road bike in foreground.
2016 Reynolds Technology Ltd. booth at NAHBS. Strawberry red/white road bike in foreground.
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Reynolds Technology Ltd. tubing display at 2016 NAHBS.
Reynolds Technology Ltd. tubing display at 2016 NAHBS.
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Reynolds Technology Ltd. crew (Andy Newlands, Torch and File distributor for Reynolds in USA missing (photographer)) at the 2016 NAHBS.  L to R: Ed Blessman, Metallurgical Engineer with Plymouth Tube Co; Tom Cleverly, Materials Engineer (Special Projects) with Reynolds; Paul Murphy, Production  Manager with Reynolds; Anthony Lim of Fairing.  Foreground: TI Cycles titanium bike fabricated from Reynolds butted titanium tubes and sporting the new Reynolds 3D printed disc-ready rear dropouts.
Reynolds Technology Ltd. crew (Andy Newlands, Torch and File distributor for Reynolds in USA missing (photographer)) at the 2016 NAHBS. L to R: Ed Blessman, Metallurgical Engineer with Plymouth Tube Co; Tom Cleverly, Materials Engineer (Special Projects) with Reynolds; Paul Murphy, Production Manager with Reynolds; Anthony Lim of Fairing. Foreground: TI Cycles titanium bike fabricated from Reynolds butted titanium tubes and sporting the new Reynolds 3D printed disc-ready rear dropouts.
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Cousin Donald's frame is back in the Marchetti fixture to attach the rear wishbone triangle.  The head and seat lugs have previously been brass brazed (Reynolds "853" air hardening steel gains strength after brass brazing) and cleaned up a bit (finish filing yet to come).  The next six photos are of Donald's frame.
Cousin Donald's frame is back in the Marchetti fixture to attach the rear wishbone triangle. The head and seat lugs have previously been brass brazed (Reynolds "853" air hardening steel gains strength after brass brazing) and cleaned up a bit (finish filing yet to come). The next six photos are of Donald's frame.
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Donald's top head lug.  Stock Long Shen lug cut,  drilled, slit and thinned.
Donald's top head lug. Stock Long Shen lug cut, drilled, slit and thinned.
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Underside of top head lug.
Underside of top head lug.
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Bottom head lug.
Bottom head lug.
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