Holdsworth #69551

Holdsworth #69551

Recently, British cycling is undergoing somewhat of a renaissance, due in no small part to the success of riders such as Victoria Pendleton, Shanaze Reade, Sir Chris Hoy and Bradley Wiggins. Indeed, the United Kingdom has a rich cycling culture and history and this 1969 Holdsworth, liveried in the trademark colors, is a fine testament to it.

Sandy Holdsworth founded his company in Kent during the 1930s and it grew to be one of the country’s largest, even co-sponsoring the British Pro Team with Campagnolo during the 1970s. The Holdsworth featured here, frame #69551, is constructed with long-point Prugnat lugs and set up for light touring with Campy Nuovo Record and magnificent second generation Rally rear derailleur.

Holdsworth #69551
Holdsworth #69551
Holdsworth #69551
Holdsworth #69551
Holdsworth #69551
Holdsworth #69551
Holdsworth #69551

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mark-Boyd/100001302412854 Mark Boyd

    That fork is purdy

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=754639578 Alex Rains

    Bridgestone XO much?