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Vintage Men's Raleigh Traveller 26"

Wheel Size 26
Material Steel
Manufacturer Raleigh
Gears 3
Category Men's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 150

carlton vintage chrome

Wheel Size 23
Material Steel
Manufacturer carlton
Gears 1
Category Unisex
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 150

1960's ladies Italian folding bike

Wheel Size 20
Material Steel
Manufacturer Cinzia
Gears 3
Category Women's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 90

Peugeot Premiere Bicycle GBP150ono

Wheel Size 28
Material Steel
Manufacturer Peugeot
Gears 7
Category Men's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 150

Beautiful 1968 Hercules Balmoral

Wheel Size 26
Material Steel
Manufacturer Hercules
Gears 3
Category Men's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 155

Vintage Raleigh Bike

Wheel Size 26
Material Steel
Manufacturer Raleigh
Gears 4
Category Men's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 150
Asking Price 

Raleigh woman's bike

Wheel Size 24
Material Aluminium
Manufacturer Raleigh
Gears 3
Category Women's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 100
Asking Price 

Raleigh 1948 - graceful old lady

Wheel Size 26
Material Steel
Manufacturer Raleigh
Gears 3
Category Women's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 170

Viking Queen 80s vintage ladieracer

Wheel Size 26
Material Steel
Manufacturer Vinking (Londonderry
Gears 10
Category Women's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 110

Beautiful 70s French vintage bike

Wheel Size 28
Material Steel
Manufacturer Motobecane
Gears 10
Category Women's Bike
Favourite!
Favourited!
£ 140
Asking Price 
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Are you looking for a vintage bike? Here is our information on retro bikes and collector’s bikes



Anyone who buys a vintage bike is investing in a unique second hand bicycle and also a piece of history. However, an old fashioned bike doesn’t just have to be an eccentric Penny-Farthing, it could be a collector’s item that is no longer in production, for example a bike from the former East Germany. It could be something that simply captures the imagination or evokes a certain nostalgia.

Great brands to look for in the retro range include Mifa and Diamant, both of which have a great reputation and you will find that many of their vintage bikes have really stood the test of time. If you keep a keen eye on the streets, you will see that these bikes are becoming increasingly popular.

Many of these vintage bikes can be found knocking about in the back of your grandparents’ garage or even in the attic. If you do find one there, it’s highly likely that you’ll have to revamp it a little before selling it on but even just looking for the original replacement parts can be an adventure in its own right. Plus the act of having rescued a retro bike from becoming scrap heap fodder is something you can take great pride in. There are a lot of people out there with a real passion for restoring vintage bikes and will happily go out of their way to bring them back to their former glory. This means a second spring for a great deal of old bikes and also many more years of joy for their owner.

Retro bikes can, however, also be used in creative ways for which they were not always intended. For example, some people use vintage bikes as quirky garden ornaments. Simply by tangling a few flowers around their handle bars, you can transform a rusty old bike into a nostalgic piece of art.

Would you like to buy a vintage bike or a collector’s bike? DealMyWheel.co.uk is full of surprises!