One of the 50 greatest bikes of all time
(from 121 years of Cycling Weekly, March 2012)
I have pleasure in announcing the reorganisation of T. J. Cycles.
For some time now it has been known of my pending retirement. At the tender age of 75 it is time to start considering the possibility that you don’t go on forever.
A young engineer, Jeremy Cartwright, has joined the company to learn the skills of the trade to continue building T. J. Cycle’s frames and to take the company forward.
Jeremy has had full mechanical engineering training and is skilled in most aspects of it, which will be of great value in the building of the frames to the high quality
that has been the hall mark of the company.
I will continue building along side Jeremy until I get promoted to “Tea Boy”.
A considerable investment has been made with the addition of another workshop, new precision frame building jigs plus many other items of equipment associated with frame building.
Doug Poll will continue to administer the web site and to take over the T. J. register.
The web site will be up dated in stages as new details emerge and we progress.
Our new headquarters and workshop details are shown on the contact page.
13. 02. 2012
Genuine frame for sale, as of (12.11.2012)
A number of frames of dubious provenances have appeared lately on
on-line auctions, as always caveat emptor
Late 1940's 23" BAINES road frame which is in sound condition
with nice lugwork but will need a respray.There is one dent on the
top tube which will require filling,It includes a clip type headset.
£325.00. click here for image
For more information please contact Trevor on firstname.lastname@example.org
New for 2013 T.J. Cycle Polo Shirts, please see merchandising page.