Geoff Clark was one the most successful riders in North England during the 1940s. In the early 1950s he was shifting his job from motor (car) electrician to frame builder and bike trader. He often searched the help of advanced frame builders, so as a former worker from Ellis-Briggs and others.
That way he learned some serious bike building skills himself.
Nervex Lugs and Reynolds tubing stayed the pillars of the Geoff Clark frame for the years to come - just like on our Geoff Clark Refurbished Bike from the early 1970s.
The 531 butted tubes are connected by intricate Nervex Professional lugs, a choice you could find on many of the high class bikes from the 60s throughout the early 1970s.
The frame was professionally refurbished and built as a bike from scratch. Many new parts were carefully chosen so as not to destroy the classic look of the bike. Great center-pull brakes, wide tires and a great Campagnolo Record shifting turn this old faithful frame into a perfect choice for classic rides.
The hammered black mudguards and the leather saddle complete an utterly stylish bike, which can cope with bad weather and long jaunts alike
|Frame & Fork||Geoff Clark; Reynolds 531 tubing|
|Front Derailleur||Campagnolo Record|
|Rear Derailleur||Campagnolo Record|
|Headset||New Tange Levin|
|Crankset||Stronglight; 170mm; 52/42|
|Bottom Bracket||New Neco sealed; 116mm|
|Stem||New SVB Orion; 85mm|
|Stem Bar||New SVB-Libra|
|Shifters||NOS Campagnolo Record|
|Brakes||New Gran Compe 610|
|Brake Levers||New Dia Compe|
|Rims||New Rodi Wegal Due; 700c clincher|
|Tires||Kenda clinchers 28-622|
|Seat Post||New Kalloy Classic|
|Seat||Gyes gnuine leather|
|Chain||New YBN Classic|
|Handlebar Tape||New Cotton cloth|