The author would be grateful to know of any inaccuracies and to receive further information to make the tables more comprehensive.1 ), on the near side (N/S) (left when sitting on the bike) rear drop out, or on the seat tube cluster (saddle pin lug where it usually on the N/S but just sometimes on the back or O/S).This note was begun before the V-CC published the two volumes of Lightweight Catalogues wherein the various marque enthusiasts (ME’s) had set out frame number lore for their makes.
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Don’t be fooled by casting numbers, especially on the BB.
For example, some BSA frames have BSA and a 3 or 4 figure number cast into the base of the BB, this is just the casting number or perhaps a model number – it is not the frame number.
After being acquired by Frank Bowden in December 1988, it became The Raleigh Cycle Company, which was registered as a limited liability company in January 1889.