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Name:Hugh Porter Headbadge
Brand:Hugh Porter
Country:England
Years:1970's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights, Track / Fixed Gear
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Hugh Porter is a former multiple world professional champion in the 5,000m individual pursuit. He finished on the podium for 7 consecutive years from 1967-1973. He was champion four times (1968, 1970, 1972, 1973), second place twice (1967, 1969) and took the bronze in 1971.

According to the book 'A Champion On Two Wheels', Hugh and Barry Brandon formed a company late in 1971 called "Hugh Porter - Bantel Ltd" to market his own bikes and attempt to break away from his association with Raleigh Cycles.

I believe my frame was made during their first year of production (1971/72) because the head badge lis...

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Name:Humber Headbadge
Brand:Humber
Country:England
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Vintage unknown.
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Name:Humber crest & shield
Brand:Humber
Country:England
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Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:ICS Headbadge
Brand:ICS
Country:Switzerland
Years:1980's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:IDEOR
Brand:IDEOR
Country:Italy
Years:1960's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights, Track / Fixed Gear
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Name:Invicta
Brand:Invicta
Country:England
Years:1950's
Found On:Utility / Internal Geared
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Invicta English 3-speed
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Name:Italciclo Headbadge
Brand:Italciclo
Country:Italy
Years:1980's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:Italvega Headbadge
Brand:Italvega
Country:Italy
Years:1970's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:J.A. Holland Headbadge
Brand:J.A. Holland
Country:England
Years:1950's; 1960's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:J.Fothergill Headbadge
Brand:J.Fothergill
Country:England
Years:1940's; 1950's; 1960's; 1970's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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James Fothergill of Liverpool
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Name:J.N.A. Headbadge
Brand:J.N.A.
Country:Netherlands
Years:1950's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights, Track / Fixed Gear
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J.N.A. (Jan Nieuwenhof Amsterdam) made pro level racing frames from before WWII until the sixties.
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Name:J.T. Rodgers Headbadge
Brand:J.T. Rodgers
Country:England
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Name:J.T. Rodgers Leeds
Brand:J.T. Rodgers
Country:England
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Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:Jack Sibbit - Champion Cyclist (Union Jack)
Brand:Jack Sibbit
Country:England
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Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:Jack E. Sibbit - 475 Stockport Rd.
Brand:Jack Sibbit
Country:England
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Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Name:Jack Taylor Headbadge
Brand:Jack Taylor
Country:England
Years:1980's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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This is the so-called Mondrian-style of transfers. The Jack Taylor-expert Joel Metz says on his website that "These transfers, sometimes seen referred to as "modern" transfers on Jack Taylor invoices, were designed by Mrs. Dave Radmore of (coincidentally) Stockton, California - one of the couple from Stockton who visited the Taylors back in the 1950s to purchase a tandem, as mentioned in The Custom Bicycle."
And again Joel Metz: "Early Taylors came with what are termed by Norman "gothic" transfers, later frames (post-1956) mostly had the newer "mondrian" transfers. The older "gothic" transfers were still available up...
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Name:Jacques Anquetil Head Badge from Road
Brand:Jacques Anquetil
Country:France
Years:1950's; 1960's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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Added from Frame Example for Model:
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Name:Cycles Jacques Anquetil
Brand:Jacques Anquetil
Country:France
Years:1960's
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Name:Jacques Anquetil Headbadge
Brand:Jacques Anquetil
Country:France
Years:1960's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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From a ~1968 Anquetil.
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Name:JDM
Brand:JAN DE MOL (JDM RACING)
Country:Netherlands
Years:1980's
Found On:Vintage Lightweights
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This is on a frame branded by the Jan De Mol bikeshop in Heeswijk, Netherlands (est. 1984). I contacted the shop which still exists as of  December 2021, and Jan's son John who now runs the shop confirmed that this was one of their early racing bikes which were branded and sold by them (they built up frames with customer ordered components). Frame is potentially made by Martens (Martelly); Eddy Martens commented that it seemed like one of theirs, but could not be certain. Date is circa 1985-1987 based on Reynolds 531c decal and Simplex SJ A222 (badged as Gipiemme) front derailleur (direct tube mount, "French" style).


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