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SORRY TO ALL YOU 'NEW CHOPPER'
OWNERS BUT WE ARE ONLY LISTING THE ORIGINAL 'CLASSIC' CHOPPERS.
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DARRYL LONGDEN (chris@kobo.co.uk) on Sunday, October 13, 2002 at 13:17:06 - model: MK1 - hubdate: 9 71 - framenumber: 1306*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: ORANGE - location: PONTEFRACT WEST YORKSHIRE - Description: RECENTLY BOUGHT IT AND WILL BE STRIPPING IT DOWN IN THE NEW YEAR FOR RE-CHROMING ANS PAINT BY MY DAD WHO HAS JUST RE-BUILT ONE WITH HIS FRIEND.

david wong (davidwong18@hotmail.com) on Sunday, October 13, 2002 at 16:07:55 - model: MK 2 - hubdate: 76 5 - framenumber: NK6001*** - wherenumber: seattube - colour: Red - location: Malaysia, Selangor, Subang Jaya - Description: Need restoration. Sent parts for chroming and body for spraying. Changed colour to royal yellow. - comments: Happy to own Raleigh Choppers. Collected 4 MK 2 at the moment. These bikes are really durable and good looking!

tallmartin (tallmartinchopper@yahoo.co.uk) on Sunday, October 13, 2002 at 18:50:14 - model: 1 Mk1 a few Mk2's - hubdate: Mk1 is 72 others later.- framenumber: - colour: Mk1 orge ,pur,yel,red,sil. - location: northwest england, near Manchester
- Description: All my Choppers are unrestored ( I like em that way! ) I am not frightened to use ( and mildly abuse them )thats what they were made for - comments: Get your Chopper out make sure the rubber is well inflated and give it a good thrashing, - - Within the grounds of common sence and decensy, of course. Stay Happy and enjoy the World of the Raleigh Chopper.

Chris Thomas (www.thomastravel@fsnet.co.uk) on Monday, October 14, 2002 at 21:36:40 - model: MK2 SE - hubdate: 1977 - framenumber: ? - wherenumber: seattube - colour: silver/grey - location: england wakefield tingley - Description: its a special edition, it has been done up in pristine condition using nos parts and rechromed and painted

Chris Pappas (ctpappas@myactv.net) on Thursday, October 17, 2002 at 02:15:53 - model: MK1 - hubdate: 69-8 - framenumber: 0536*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: Mustard yellow - location: Williamsport, Maryland , USA - Description: Complete except for missing chainguard. I believe all original. - comments: Purchased for $1.00

Googie (gsuglia@btopenworld.com ) on Saturday, October 19, 2002 at 20:14:34 - model: mkI & mkII - hubdate: 71-80 - framenumber: ?????????????? - wherenumber: seattube - colour: r.b.y.pur. - location: ENGLAND!!! - Description: I own 6 choppers,Three in good restored condition 1 minter and 2 awaiting to be restored - comments: If anybody out there has got any parts let me know and a shout to my man damian cook(anouther avid chopper man)

Mathew Kee (vdubdude666@hotmail.com) on Friday, October 25, 2002 at 17:07:18 - model: MK2 Prismatic - hubdate: 78-7 - framenumber: NK8317*** - wherenumber: seattube - colour: Black - location: Middlesex - Description: Totally original, even down to the tyres and the brake blocks. It also still has the sticker on the frame from the shop that sold it new in 1978! It also has a speedo fitted with 280 miles on the odometer. - comments: Hovever much it does my back in, (I'm six feet tall!) I use it to get to school and back every day. I love the damn thing!


Googie (gsuglia@btopenworld.com ) on Saturday, October 19, 2002 at 20:14:34 - model: mkI & mkII - hubdate: 71-80 - framenumber: ?????????????? - wherenumber: seattube - colour: r.b.y.pur. - location: ENGLAND!!! - Description: I own 6 choppers,Three in good restored condition 1 minter and 2 awaiting to be restored - comments: If anybody out there has got any parts let me know and a shout to my man damian cook(anouther avid chopper man)

Graeme Jobey (gjobey@AOL.com) on Thursday, October 24, 2002 at 19:30:35 - model: MK2 - hubdate: 73 9 - framenumber: N145??? - wherenumber: dropout - colour: RED - location: England,Lancs,Oldham. - Description: Hi, Just aquired the above registered classic, which has been stored for over 25 years.The bike was all there but needed T.L.C.I have just spent a week polishing all the chrome to establish how bad it really is, and have been pleasently surprised, its slightly pitted but good enough for now the worst bits being the front and rear rims, + the handle bars.The paint is slightly faded, but it did only set me back 50, and the guy threw in a MK1 Tomahawk for 20 also complete. - comments: I've just purchased a NOS 'Miller dynamo light set' which has the bullet shaped front and rear lights, the front light has two bulbs for dipped and main beam! all for 16, bargain!

Steve Hunt on Saturday, October 26, 2002 at 23:20:52 - model: MK2 - hubdate: 11/74 - framenumber: NN5041*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: Purple - location: England, St. Albans - comments: Only just bought it, looking to have a respray.

Ian Parry (parry496@aol.com) on Monday, November 4, 2002 at 21:15:01 - model: MK1 - hubdate: 1969 - framenumber: 1119*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: Blue - location: Country - Description: It's very rusty, now in bits, desperately hanging on to its' sissy bar (it just wont let go)but i'm working on it.

Chris (cwrevell@btopenworld.com) on Thursday, November 21, 2002 at 20:36:19 model: mk2 3spd- hubdate: ? - framenumber: ao191*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: red - location: North East Scotland (Buckie) - Description: i have just got this chopper and it needs a bit of work doing to it.

bob porter (bobthechop@msn.com) on Saturday, November 23, 2002 at 14:58:30 - model: mk2 - hubdate: 76 5 - framenumber: ng6oo2*** - wherenumber: seattube - colour: space blue - location: sutton surrey - Description: this bike came with front dynohub s/a date 75/3 v/v clean orig bike - chain guard. made in england gold decal on b/bracket barry hawkes christend it the minter - comments: a good freind of the family tony crisp found this and a red tomahawke in a custermers loft whilst carrying out his building work he v/kindly donated these F.O.C/S FINE OLD CLASSICS my way top man a total strip down and rebuild in 24 hrs the chopper revisited the light thanks tone RIDE ON

Dave Priestley (Flick Hammer) (davejo@bh206ny.freeserve.co.uk) on Wednesday, November 27, 2002 at 12:54:45 - model: MK2 3Spd
hubdate: 75/4 - framenumber: NK5023*** - wherenumber: seattube - colour: Fizzy Yellow - location: Wareham, Dorset. UK - Description: Bike is in rag order and in need of complete restoration. Gear selector is in tacked. As for the rims and all the chrome work, i think it's beyond any help. Just the rust holding it together. - comments: My intention is to restore it for my 3 year old son so he may enjoy it in a few years time.......Honest.

bob porter (bobthechop@msn.com) on Sunday, December 1, 2002 at 12:32:47 - model: mk 2 - hubdate: 76 1 - framenumber: no6o3o*** - wherenumber: seattube - colour: infra red - location: sutton surrey - Description: this bike is v/clean & orignial condition all but pedals it sailed the london 2 brighton charity bike ride as well as mounthly london cruises all welcome - comments: this fine old classic was my first chopper bought in 1998 i paid ten pounds 4 it it had been stored in a bassment &on its way 2 the dump i chassed the
wansworth concil truck for 5 miles before he stopped at the tip the younge chimp working 4 me at the time thought i was mad 2 give my last tenner 4 some old bike RIDE ON

bob porter (bobthechop@msn.com) on Sunday, December 1, 2002 at 13:01:39 - model: mk2 - hubdate: 80 8 - framenumber: nmo46***
wherenumber: seattube - colour: black - location: sutton surrey - Description: nice condition bike but missing chain gaurd on order anouther FOC that sailed the london 2 brighton bike ride @ monthly london cruises next meet 20 dec all welcome please email 4 info
comments: bought bike from guy we met on a city cruise and paid 90 pounds 4it it came with new spare tyres a proud bike 2 own RIDE ON

BOB PORTER (bobthechop@msn.com) on Sunday, December 1, 2002 at 13:26:38 - model: mk2 - hubdate: 77 8 -framenumber: nm7o45*** - wherenumber: seattube - colour: space blue -location: sutton surrey - Description: compaired 2 my minter the paint & decals are a little fadded but conplete useable bike yet anouther london 2 brighton & city cruiser yet anouther nice bike 2 keep in my dining room - comments: bought this bike from a freind i have niknamed him {all the gear } no idear i was reluctent 2 pay 150 but i had 2 have it due 2 the origanal owner worked 4 me 4 a while and he would b glad 2 c i own the bike now RIDE ON

bob porter (bobthechop@msn.com) on Sunday, December 1, 2002 at 13:48:28 - model: mk 2 - hubdate: ?? ? - framenumber: na6007***
wherenumber: seattube - colour: purple - location: sutton surrey - Description: this bike is in need of full restro im in the middle of getting back 2 bare metal 4 my bro 2 paint this is my first restro progect i had small weld on seat post bracket done with top results box of rusty bits 2 clean or gleam 2 soult out yet - comments: this bike was donated 2 me from BAZZA Barry hawkes agood mate and loyal member of the sutton chopper sqaud {SCS} thanks mate u wil b the 1st 2 ride it when finished c pics on his web page RIDE ON

BOB PORTER (bobthechop@msn) on Sunday, December 1, 2002 at 14:06:57 model: mk 2 - hubdate: ?? ? - framenumber: ?????***
wherenumber: seattube -colour: SILVER - location: farnham - Description: BAZZA & myself went halves on this bike 7.50 each
then sold it 2 simon king a member of sutton chopper squad at cost price the way it should be then i wanted the bike back even in the poor state it is in - comments: this is the routhest bike i own not very pleasing 2 the eye at all we will exchanged items next week
he has excepted one of my drumkits in exchange top man plum

Richy () on Thursday, December 5, 2002 at 20:56:12 model: MK2 hubdate: 11,74 framenumber: NL6130*** wherenumber: seattube colour: Silver location: UK

patrick irwin (pthedj89@hotmail.com) on Friday, December 13, 2002 at 11:18:29 - model: mk2 ultra violet - hubdate: 7 / 73
framenumber: 2?96*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: ultra violet - location: Carlisle, Cumbria ,England. - Description: I finally got hold of a chopper after a year of searching.Got it for 50 quid it is complete but in a very sad state.Its had a bad respray and all the chrome is bad.Seat is entact but needs covering. It will ride again. - comments: Since i got it ive spent all my spare time carefully strippin it down.The forks were siezed and ive managed to free them but top bolt on head set is stuck fast as is sissy bar.Once these are removed frame restoration will commence!

Dafydd Iwan Morgan (dafmorgan@yahoo.co.uk) on Sunday, December 29, 2002 at 16:53:20 - model: MkII - hubdate: 79/6 - framenumber: ND9410183 - wherenumber: seattube - colour: Red - location: Rhosllanerchrugog, North Wales - Description: I have owned this Chopper from brand new. - I had it as a Christmas gift off my parents December 1979 at the ripe old age of seven.
It is in pieces at the moment as I am planning a restoration. - comments: I will try and dig out some original photos of me and my bike.

Jim Barnard (Jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 13:42:08 - model: MK1 Tall frame 3sp Coaster TCW - hubdate: 69 12
framenumber: 0602*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: space blue - location: The New England Muscle Bicycle Museum. USA
- Description: I have returned this bike to correct condition. I have kept the original paint, chrome and seat. It is about a C7. I put on new rubber, prop stand, decals, reflectorless solid padals (incorrect, but close), front hook pads and front brale cable. Come visit it in Connecticut. - comments: I had this hard to find color on my childhood chopper. I had a S3C but this TCW is sooo close. I wanted to keep this as my rider, but the museum has no space blue choppers, so there it goes untill I can replace it...

Jim Barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 13:51:28 - model: MK1, Derailleur 5, HBR - hubdate: N/A - framenumber: 0831*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: Chopper Yellow - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Very nice (C8) original condition. I had to retack the sissy pad mounts and replace the shifter when I bought it 8 years ago. - comments: She IS my Bar hopper. Gererator light (wrecked the NOS slik), horn and bell. Alcohol powered.

Jim Barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 13:57:08 - model: MK1, Girlie, 3sp - hubdate: 70 - framenumber: 1209*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: Uckie Punkin - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Pumpkin is not so bad on a girlie bike. Even better when a girlie is riding it... - comments: I have a boy/girl converter bar for a girlie bike. It looks to be 70 or 71 because it came with a rrr knob shifter.Does anyone have any info on the converter bar?Jim Barnard

(Jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:01:23 - model: MK1 - hubdate: 69 - framenumber: 0522*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: Custom metallic purple - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: I have outfitted this chopper with a NOS S/A S2 2 speed kick back hub and a NOS 69 coaster console. NOT CORRECT. - comments: So I am an idiot.

Jim Barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:05:59 - model: MK2 Pink 5er - hubdate: 73 - framenumber: N117*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: pink - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Very nice restoration. The colour is a bit too dark as I am told. - comments: I took this in trade with a targa mustard HBR for a 71 ten speed. I think it was a great deal for both of us.

Jim Barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:12:06 - model: SE - hubdate: hidden - framenumber: nn611*** - wherenumber: seattube - colour: silver - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: This is one of my Favorite bikes. I have added a "Lee Press On" windsheild in silver.Restored by John Dunn. - comments: Great wheels.

Jim Barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:16:12 - model: Targa Mustard HBR MK1 - hubdate: 71/5 - framenumber: 1228*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: targa mustard - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Wonderful original bike in C9 condition.Different pad that USA models. - comments: Taken in trade. I have never seen one of these before. Top.

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:22:31 - model: sprint GT - hubdate: 6 72- framenumber: 161*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: emerald - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Fair Original condition C7. - comments: Thanks to Dave Salmon of Bittacy Cycles for finding and sending this to me!

Jim Barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:25:21 - model: Black Prissy MK2 - hubdate:3 80- framenumber: nn0442*** - wherenumber: seattube - colour: Black - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum. USA - Description: Decent Restoration. My newest chopper. - comments: Thanks to 'The one stop chopper shop'!

Jim Banard (jgbarnard@aol) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:31:49 - model: MK2 5sp dyno - hubdate: 71 11 - framenumber: 1811*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: Chopper Yellow - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Early MK2 in MK1 yellow. 3+2 S/A 5 speed hub, front dyno with unique torch mount (light missing) and too cool shifter with 2 red indicators actuated independently by the twin stick shifter. I saw one in red once. - comments: 1) Any ads or lit on this model? - 2) What light fit the slotted torch mount???

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:38:34 - model: 10 speed - hubdate: N/A - framenumber: 1131*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: Pumpkin - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Very Nice original condition, C8. A pity 71 tenners came in this awful color. I have added a HBR. - comments: I would rather ride an orange tenner with dog shit on my shoes, than be caught on this pumpkin bike.

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:43:04 - model: 3+2 MK1 69 - hubdate: - framenumber: 0527*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: black - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Original black paint with original owner altered psydchellic lettering striping. - comments: Although nothing is cooler than a black chopper with orange letters, this just had to be preserved as a late 60's relic.

jim Barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:46:42 - model: mk1 3sp - hubdate: 70 01- framenumber: 1049*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: apple - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Fair original condition, C7. Tuff to find the apple in good shape. 1971 - comments: One of the great 70's colors.

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:49:35 - model: MK1 coaster - hubdate: 70 4 - framenumber: 0813*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: orange - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: C9 original condition. At one point, a cat stood on the top tubes and sharpened it's claws on the seat nose. - comments: The tornado did not get this one...

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Sunday, January 5, 2003 at 14:52:32 - model: girlie coaster - hubdate: 71 4 -framenumber: in box - wherenumber: dropout - colour: horizon blue - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: 100% New In Box. - comments: I have not ever pulled this bike out of the box, even to read the hub date or serial number. I want to make a plexy viewing side to the original box.

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Monday, January 6, 2003 at 00:26:431970 MK1 10 speed - hubdate: n/a - framenumber: 125***
wherenumber: dropout - colour: orange - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: C9 original tenner. Has NOS spray line slik and front tyres, nos chop chop screen, nos lever covers, cables and shifter! - comments: I am afraid to ride her.

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Monday, January 6, 2003 at 00:36:23 - model: 19?? 10 speed - hubdate: n/a - framenumber: completely blank - colour: chopper yellow - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Very odd. Ten speed with NO serial number, in a color that was not officially produced. The heron is not riveted, but adheared. The seat bracket is the 69 style and the prop mount is the short style. They tyres are spray line originals with slik. The bars are 69. - comments: When I got this, it was new in the box. It was set up as a 3 sp with crank, shifter and rear wheel for the 3. There was even a chainguard. The front mount was factory tech screwed to the underside.I still have it. I have all the pictures from box to reassembly. Come by and see it. All are welcome to view her a form an opinion!

jim barnard (jgbarnard@ aol.com) on Monday, January 6, 2003 at 00:39:34 - model: MK1 3sp 1970 - hubdate: 70 4 - framenumber: 0788*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: orange - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Nice AWT. has some touch up. - comments: THE classic chopper.

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Monday, January 6, 2003 at 00:43:52 - model: MK1 coaster 1969 - hubdate: 70 4 - framenumber: 0469*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: emerald - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Another odd one. this 69 coaster has an original Inner Tab HBR with welded full backplate AND a radius pad.Neat "J" slot chainguard. - comments: C9 paint is a good reason to leave this coaster home when imbibing...

jim barnard (jgbarnard@aol.com) on Monday, January 6, 2003 at 00:48:03 - model: MK1 3 speed 1969 - hubdate: 69 10 - framenumber: 0571*** - wherenumber: dropout - colour: carmine - location: New England Muscle Bicycle Museum, USA - Description: Yeech. This needs a restoration. I hope to save the original color. - comments: Does anyone have a carmine chainguard?

cole thornton (NIL) on Wednesday, January 8, 2003 at 00:39:23 model: AWT FASTBACK XT 101 ( Eatons glider) - hubdate: 1972 - framenumber: ? painted over - wherenumber: seattube - colour: flouresent yellow (original) - location: Hamilton, Ontario (Canada) - Description: I bought my chopper from a garage sale in Hamilton on July 05/02. For five dollars, The paint was chipped chrome was in deadly shape. Not a speck of rust, I painted it black with gold pearl. It has origional tires,brakes,seat,hub and grips. The entire thing is compleatly origional except for paint. It's missing the kickstand and the shift window. - comments: I've always wanted a bike like this to ride around. People laugh at me but I don't care because I know the heritage of the bike and I know It's worth a preatty penny so Ha Ha to all those ignorant loosers

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