Currys (English 3-speed)
Model: Unknown
Brand: Currys
Category: English 3-speed
Years: N/A
Country: England
Production: Factory Production, Individual Hand Crafted
Sold As: Complete Bicycle
Material: Steel
Construction: Lugged
Drivetrain: Internal Geared Hub
Wheel Size: 26"
Added By: Alaric Smith on 06/18/11
Updated By: Alaric Smith on 06/18/11
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Model General Information

Currys, the electrical and electronics retailer, started out as a bicycle manufacturer in Leicester in 1884 (in a garden shed). Wikipedia has a good and fairly comprehensive account of the early history of the company ( They made a range of bicycles but stopped production in 1932. The bought Hercules bicycles, that they rebadged as Currys until the mid 1960s. The frame shown in the photograph had a three speed Sturmney Archer dynamo hub-gear dated February 1964.

The model shown is a 3 speed English roadster/sport bicycle. Most of the components have yet to be identified.

The company is now based in Milton Keynes and has nothing to do with bicycles (except, perhaps for a few small products, such as bicycle lights).

Primary Example:Currys
Years:N/ASold As:Complete Bicycle
Bottom Bracket:English/ISO: 1.370 x 24Brake Mounting:Exterior Nutted
Lug Style:Short PointBrake Guides:Clamp on
Fork Style:Curved BladesSeat Stays:Capped, flat
Fork Crown Style:Flat CrownMain Tubing:
Rear Dropouts:HorizontalColor(s):Blue with white down tube and head tube. Blue forks with chromed fork crown.
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Frame Serial Numbers(click to expand)
Serial NumberFrame DetailYearAdded By
7055872Currys?Alaric Smith
Brand Information(click to expand)
Currys is now one of Britain's three biggest electric and electronics retailers. However, originally, it started out life as a bicycle manufacturer in Leicester. They stopped selling bicycles in the mid 1960s. They made and sold lightweights, sports roadsters, utility bicycles and ladies bicycles.
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