Hurried Bikes? Help with ID and Info Requested

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bthoff

Look Ma, No Hands!
At a community bike organization today I came across a "his and hers" set of unfamiliar cruiser bikes. Anyone know this marque? It doesn't appear to be Nottingham ...wondering if it's from the continent though. Has that cruiser style. Not a Sturmey Hub.
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juvela

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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unfamiliar with this marque

they "look" like they could issue from the low countries

for that would expect them to exhibit a factory installed wheel lock
& factory installed lighting

propstands appear they may be a replica of a Trygg pattern

don't be surprised if they turn out to be replicas of european machines produced in a land such as India, Indonesia or Malaysia

have you found any markings/names on any of the fittings?

what is the red frame lying on the floor, the one with a white seat tube panel?


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bthoff

Look Ma, No Hands!
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unfamiliar with this marque

they "look" like they could issue from the low countries

for that would expect them to exhibit a factory installed wheel lock

propstands appear they may be a replica of a Trygg pattern

don't be surprised if they turn out to be replicas of european machines produced in a land such as India, Indonesia or Malaysia

have you found any markings/names on any of the fittings?

what is the red frame lying on the floor, the one with a white seat tube panel?


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Thank you - good thoughts. No idea about the red bike. There were hundreds there (mostly box store bikes but a few good vintage ones) and I only had a few minutes. But I will be back.
 

juvela

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
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expect you quickly discovered that name is one impossible to search on...

looks like it may be a challenge for you

examining closely the machines for markings may be your best avenue to proceed
another possible path might be to try to contact the donor(s)
they may have purchased the cycles during overseas travel

checked over at BF for you for both the Hurried marque and for the Winston saddle marque...neither ever mentioned

looks like you are talking a marque which is very much under the radar

checked the CL editions for India, Indonesia and Malaysia without any hits for "Hurried bicycle"

best wishes with your exploration


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kostnerave

Finally riding a big boys bike
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unfamiliar with this marque

they "look" like they could issue from the low countries

for that would expect them to exhibit a factory installed wheel lock
& factory installed lighting

propstands appear they may be a replica of a Trygg pattern

don't be surprised if they turn out to be replicas of european machines produced in a land such as India, Indonesia or Malaysia

have you found any markings/names on any of the fittings?

what is the red frame lying on the floor, the one with a white seat tube panel?


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It looks like a Peugeot road frame to me.
 

juvela

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
It looks like a Peugeot road frame to me.
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thank you so much.

its excellent to have that much now well sorted! 😉

see 'er now. looks to be mid-to-late sixties era when the DURAX chainsets were being fitted with Cyclo chainwheels of a 36/52 dentition.


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