|Reynolds Transfers (Decals) chart: explains what the different decals mean for 753, 531, 501, and 453 for both frames and forks|
|Reynolds Constructors Tube Guide: Tubing dimensions for 753, 708, 653, 531 Competion, 531 Super Tourist, 525, 525 Triathalon, 501DB, 501SB, 500, 753 ATB, 653 ATB, 531 ATB, 501 ATB, 500 ATB, 531 Magnum, 501 Magnum, 500 Magnum|
|Constructors Tube Guide in HTML|
|Reynolds brochure from early 80's. "From raw material to racing certainty."|
Reynolds brochure from early 80's.
Right from the word go in 1898, one manufacturer
Ti Reynolds Limited.
The name behind the world's best known, best loved
The name behind 24 Tour de France winners out of
Advanced production techniques gained over 80
Our latest exciting tube set designs simply confirm
From track and road racing to cyclo-cross, from
There's a tube set perfect for you.
|Reynolds brochure from early 80's. "Do you take your frame for granted?"|
|Reynolds brochure from early 80's. Butting chart and fork blade design.|
|Reynolds brochure from early 80's. "Tube Talk" Strength of various tubing and weights of 753, 531, and 501.|
|Reynolds brochure from early 80's. "The new Reynolds range." Details of various tubesets. See this page in HTML.|
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