70s Falcon of England
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Name: 70s Falcon of England
Brand: Falcon
Badge Type: Metal Attached
Frame Types: Vintage Lightweights
Country: England
Years: 1970's
Added By: JFischer on 10/03/07
Updated By: Ideale_#80 on 04/01/10
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Headbadge Information
The same badge was on my 1964 Falcon San Remo, which was built to my special order by the original Falcon Lightweight Cycle Company at Wills Street, Smethwick, UK. 
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Brand Information(click to expand)
 Founded by Ernie Clements, one of the greatest post-war bicycle racesr who won the British national road championship three times between 1943 and 1946.  The Falcon name struck out on its own from its Coventry Eagle precursor in 1970.  Falcon was purchased by a British cycling conglomerate in 1978 and continued producing frames under the Falcon name well into the 1980's.  Falcon also produced a number of frames under different names, including Eddy Merckx, for sale in English (and likely US) markets.
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