A Waller 'Kingsland' vintage cycle, 21 1/2"
Well, you could spend your whole life looking for one of these and not find one.... Arthur Waller made these from 1949 - the early 1950's, supposedly with a short wheelbase suitable for hill-climbing, but perhaps the distinctive frame was intended to compete with Hetchins, Bates, Flying Gates, etc. You'll find more information on the Classic Lightweights site, http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/builders/waller-builders.html.This machine has seem minimal use since being restored & repainted some years ago. 21 1/2" seat tube CTT (virtual), 22" top tube CTC, Leotard pedals with AFA toeclips, Campagnolo Gran Record rear derailleur operated by a Campagnolo down-tube shifter, GB brake levers operating GB SportsMk5 sidepulls, Brooks competition saddle, Reynolds spearpoint stem, Cinelli 64-40 bars, (not really in keeping)! Rear hub is 3-speed one side, fixed on the other side, good condition tyres, Bluemels Club special mudguards.Overall a very rare machine in good to very good condition. Inspection welcome at our Bicester base.Collection preferred, but can send by courier.