Here ya go not sure those rims are the correct as a friend years ago was taking parts off it. The gooseneck is not correct either. But here are the possible rims to it. And check out the front sprocket.The fenders, stem and crank look sort of English, but the lugs on the frame and those spot-welded drop-outs don't look like any English bike I've ever seen. Can we get a close-up of the rear hub? The only 5 speed hub I know of from the late 60's or early 70's was the Sturmey-Archer S5, but I've only seen those on Raleigh-built bikes.
Your rear hub does look like it may be a Sturmey-Archer. Clean some of the dirt off it and you should be able to find the "Sturmey-Archer" logo, as well as a date code and model type. The three speed AW is the most common type, but if yours is a 5 speed, it will be marked S5 (I may need to double check that, but I think that's right). The 5 speeds had cables to both ends of the axle, the AW only had one on the right. I can't see enough of the chain wheel to tell anything by it.Here ya go not sure those rims are the correct as a friend years ago was taking parts off it. The gooseneck is not correct either. But here are the possible rims to it. And check out the front sprocket.
Hard to determine what it is. I'm thinking English or Maybe Italian? Good luck with your search. Razin.Hi. I cant seem to find anything about this bike. Checkout the Badge? Premiumand is that an Olympic logo? Any knowledge would be great . thank you and have a great day. Jim