BSA "Prima", Raleigh Worksop build, fully refurbished

Discussion in 'Classic and Vintage Classifieds' started by chickendrumsticks, 11 Sep 2019.

  1. chickendrumsticks

    chickendrumsticks Active Member

    The BSA “Prima”

    This lovely bike has been rebuilt from the ground up and is complete with all period correct fittings, all in all a stunning recreation of this rare BSA model.

    Frame number is W S 0 00246 which means it was built by Raleigh in their renowned Worksop facility in December 1980

    Frame : Reynolds 531 butted main tubes and forks. Professionally refinished in the original plain red (RAL3020) with new bespoke decals. Includes a bottle of touch-up paint. Size: 57cm or 22 ½ inches
    Headset: Unbranded – likely Raleigh original, fitted with new bearings
    Stem: Cinelli 1A
    Handlebars: SR “Road Champion”
    Bar Tape: Cloth, black, double layer for comfort
    Brakes: Weinmann Type 500 side pull with NOS Weinmann quick release “drilled” levers. Hoods Weinmann
    Gear levers: Suntour “Power” with ratchet action on downstroke, on a Raleigh branded clamp
    Front Derailleur: Suntour “Compe-V on a Raleigh branded clamp
    Rear Derailleur: Suntour Vx
    Cables: All new stainless steel cables and new outers
    Cranks: SR Apex 170mm
    Chainrings: SR Apex twin 52/42 - both removable and fitted with the removable outer chainguard
    Chain: Shimano IG51 6/7/8 (new)
    Bottom Bracket: New, sealed Shimano BB UN54
    Pedals: SR SF11 platform with Christophe toeclips and new Christophe straps
    Freewheel: Sachs 7 speed 14-20. Gearing range 57 – 81 & 70 - 100
    Rims: Weinmann 36h (Belgium make) alloy clinchers
    Hubs: Maillard Normandy small flange quick release “Luxe Competition” red label
    Tyres: Michelin Dynamic Classic 700x25 - new
    Spokes: Mainly double butted rustless with one or two replacements. The wheels are taut, straight and true
    Saddle: Brooks B17 “Champion Standard”
    Seatpost: SR fluted 27.2mm
    Seat Bolt: Raleigh standard with nut
    Bike Weight : 10.4 Kg or 23 lbs

    £395 please.

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    Last edited: 11 Sep 2019
    CarlP, Threevok, Illaveago and 2 others like this.
  2. roadrash

    roadrash cycle chatterer

    nice :becool:
  3. raleighnut

    raleighnut Guru

    On 3 Wheels
  4. CarlP

    CarlP La-Dee-Rhum-Buckedee-Ni-Ni-Nooo

    That looks smashing that.
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