Moulton Bike

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Polarsilver
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Moulton Bike

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F Frame Moulton Standard from 1965 .. perhaps i will get around to restoring it .. any advice ?
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mab01uk
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This book is a good reference on the classic Moulton:-
https://www.theclassicmoulton.co.uk/the-classic-moulton

I had a Moulton Mini as a kid in the 1960's:-
(an early one with front suspension before Raleigh took over and cost reduced it)
https://www.theclassicmoulton.co.uk/the ... ulton-mini

BBC Repair Shop recently restored a rare Moulton Stowaway:-
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000gppb

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Exminiman
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You and Goff can ride about together ringing each other bells :lol: :lol:
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Polarsilver
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Well to get up to Yorkshire & ring my bell with Goff.. I will need to blow up the Tyres & i am missing that "Short in length White Tyre Pump" that clips onto the Moulton frame located under the rear carrier .. Anyone Got that specific Moulton Tyre Pump to sell me ?

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You’ll need to upgrade to a Sturmey Archer wide ratio 8 speed box to get up those hills too!
Cheers

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I had one of these. Great round the woodland tracks at Temple Newsham , Leeds. You had to watch out for the Parkies though.

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