Vélo-Rétro Vintage Bicycle Catalog Reproductions
Over 130 catalogs and brochures from classic bicycle and component manufacturers, and cycling literature.
Updated: 11/25/2014

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Æoleus Butterfly, 1990s
370 pages, issues #1 to #20 of the predecessor to On The Wheel magazine and the Bikelore series, a 'zine comprised of original and "borrowed" materials spanning a vast array of cycling history with an emphasis on vintage road racing. Color cover. $45

Cycles Aiglon Catalog, 1930s
20 pages, beautifully designed brochure of this Paris bike maker's complete line (thirteen models) of bikes. Three additional color pages of the racing and touring bikes scanned and enlarged. Beautiful cover illustration of blindfolded Goddess floating on bike being towed by an eagle (aiglon in Fr.). Highly recommended! Text in French. Color cover. $8

Allegro Catalog, 1963
10 pages, full line of bicycles shown including the No.77G Super Competition and the No. 77 Champion du monde. Text in French. Color cover. $6

Automoto / Ed Lynch Catalog, early 1950s
28 pages, Compton, California importer of lightweight racing parts and French Automoto racing bicycles; he later moved his store to Westwood where he sold bicycles to Hollywood celebrities and movie stars. Color cover. $6

Automoto Catalog, 1955
12 pages, six models shown including three enlarged color scans of Spl. Pro. Light Racer and distinctive Automoto fork crown. Text in French and English. Color cover shows famous Automoto logotype (Octavio Bottecchia riding the letters like a bike; Bottecchia won the 1924 and '25 TdF on an Automoto). Color cover. $8

Bates Handbuilt Cycles Catalog, 1939
32 pages of frames and parts from this famous English builder of the Ultravert frame with Cantiflex tubes and the unique Diadrant fork. B&W cover. $7

Benotto Catalog, 1976
16 pages, supplier to the Sanson/Benotto pro racing team captained by Francesco Moser, sixteen models shown, plus enlarged color scans of Mod. 3000 Campioni D'Italia and Mod. 2700 Pista Professional. Text in English and Spanish. Color cover. $8

Cycles Benton Brochure, 1927
10 pages, Parisian bike manufacturer, five models shown, plus enlarged color scan of the TdF Luxe model. Classical Beaux Arts cover. Text in Spanish. Color cover. $6

André Bertin EnCYCLOpédie, 1984
228 pages, very complete catalog of mid-1980s components with lots of Daniel Rebour drawings (his last), including Bertin, Alan and Vitus frames, TA, Tevano, Atax, Huret, Simplex, Shimano, Campagnolo, Stronglight, Milremo, Ideale, Maillard, Zefal, Christophe, Michelin, Lyotard, Pelissier, Maxicar, Mavic, Super Champion, Wolber, Phillippe, Belleri, 3 ttt, Cinelli, CLB, Universal, Weinmann, Soulbitez and more. French text. Color cover. $25

Bianchi Brochure, 1958
8 pages, World Champion (Campione del Mondo), Lario, Sport Deluxe (Men's & Lady's), and Sport models shown, plus Campione del Mondo bicycle color scanned and enlarged (CdM model built to commemorate Fausto Coppi's victory in the 1953 Worlds held in Lugano, Switzerland). English text. Color cover. $6

Bianchi-Piaggio Reparto Corse Brochure, late 1970s
18 pages, many photos of Reparto Corse with construction, painting and testing of frames in step by step photos. Enlarged color scan of Super Corsa team bike. Color cover. $8

Bianchi Catalog, 1982
24 pages, twenty different models including the Campione del Mondo, Tipo Corsa, Super Leggera, Super Corsa, and Super Pista with parts specs and geometry listed plus an enlarged color scan of the Super Leggera and Super Corsa. Text in English. Color cover. $8
Bianchi Catalog, 1983
32 pages, sixteen different models including the Campione del Mondo, Tipo Corsa, Super Leggera, and Super Pista with parts specs and geometry listed plus an enlarged color scan of the Super Leggera and Super Pista. Text in English. Color cover. $8

Bianchi Catalog, 1985
28 pages, ninteen different models including the Centenario celebrating Bianchi's 100th year constructing bikes, Mondiale, Campione and more. Short history of Bianchi and enlarged color scan of Centenario. Color cover. $8

Bottecchia Catalog, 1972
8 pages, six models shown including an enlarged color scan of the Professional, manufactured by Carnielli, photos of Gianni Motta (GdI 1966) and Rudy Altig (Worlds 1966). Color cover. $8

BSA Cycle Fittings Catalog, 1927
6 pages, shows the distinctive chain wheel incorporating the Trade Mark letters "BSA", lugs, cranks, pedals, headsets, hubs, handlebars and the B.S.A. American Racing Frame. B&W cover. $4

Claud Butler Catalog, 1936
28 pages, twenty-two models pictured including racing and touring cycles, tandems and tricycles from this English maker of fine bicycles. Very complete catalog. Color cover. $6

Claud Butler Catalog, 1938
32 pages, twenty-two models pictured including racing and touring cycles, tandems and tricycles from this English maker of fine bicycles. Very complete catalog. Two bikes scanned and enlarged in color. Color cover. $8

Claud Butler Catalog, 1939
30 pages, twenty-two models shown including racing and touring cycles, tandems, tricycles and sidecars from this English maker of fine bicycles. Very complete catalog. Color cover. $6

Claud Butler Catalog, 1949
14 pages, sixteen models pictured and price list of this English bicycle manufacturer. Color cover. $5

California Cycle Co. Catalog, 1938
68 pages, Long Island, N.Y. importer of lightweight bikes and parts, includes BSA, Royal Enfield, Selbach (tapered tubes and Timken tapered roller bearing in headset and bottom bracket), and Adler bikes. Profusely illustrated and highly recommended! B&W cover. $12

Campagnolo Catalog, 1951/52
22 pages, the first Campagnolo catalog (displays Cognin, France address along with Vincenza, Italy address) from 1951 with supplemental pages from 1952, covers Cambio Corsa, Paris-Roubaix, Sport, and Gran Sport and Gran Sport Extra derailleurs, tools and fixture for locating toothed dropouts during frame brazing. Included in Catalogo Campagnolo. Text in Italian. Color cover. $10

Catalogo Campagnolo
714 pages, the 1951 catalog thru the 1984 catalog #18 plus all supplements. From the first Cambio Corsa and Paris-Roubaix derailleurs to the Super Record and 1983 Anniversary Groups. Includes a Campagnolo Timeline to help date vintage racing bikes, all instruction sheets, Record News, ads, plus a chart to identify all the various bottom bracket spindles. Impress your bike friends with such trivia as the date for the famous "Rondella Dentata"! A must have for Campagnolo Tifosi! Text in English and/or Italian. Color cover. $90

Carlton Catalog, 1939
32 pages, seventeen models along with Flyer track and road frames plus enlarged color scans of Massed Start and Road Track models. Color cover. $8

Carlton Catalog, 1961
12 pages, eight models along with Flyer track and road frames plus enlarged color scan of Franco-Swiss and Sprinter models. Color cover. $8

Carlton Catalog, 1967
16 pages, fifteen models shown plus Team Carlton/B.M.B. frame from this English maker later bought by Raleigh. Color cover. $6

Chater-Lea Cycles & Tandems Catalog, 1927
26 pages, established in 1890, Chater-Lea had a very high reputation in the pre- and post-war era for quality lightweight components and they were usually the most expensive of their type. Charming pen drawings. Color cover. $7

Chater-Lea Cycles & Tandems Catalog, 1928
16 pages, established in 1890, Chater-Lea had a very high reputation in the pre- and post-war era for quality lightweight components and they were usually the most expensive of their type. Charming pen drawings. B&W cover. $6

Chater-Lea Cycles & Tandems Catalog, 1929
16 pages, charming pen drawings of this English manufacturer of high quality cycle parts and bikes. Color cover. $6

Chater-Lea Cycles & Tandems Catalog, 1930
20 pages, charming pen drawings of this English manufacturer of high quality cycle parts and bikes. Color cover. $6

Chater-Lea Catalog, 1931
22 pages, shows lugs, cranks, pedals, headsets, hubs for cycles, tandems and carrier tricycles from this famous English company. B&W cover. $6

Chater-Lea Catalog, 1932
12 pages, shows lugs, cranks, pedals, headsets, hubs for cycles, tandems and carrier tricycles from this famous English company. Color cover. $6

Cinelli Catalog, 1963
54 pages covering bikes, bars, stems, rollers, shoes, the unique Bivalent hubs, crash helmets, and Columbus tube set specifications, plus enlarged color scan of Super Corsa bicycle. Color cover (cover not original). $12

Cinelli Catalog, 1973
56 pages covering bikes, bars, stems, rollers, shoes, 1R stem (hidden binder), M 71 pedals (first clipless pedal), crash helmets, and Columbus tube set specifications, plus enlarged color scan of Super Corsa bicycle. Color cover. $12

Cinelli Catalog, 1983
76 pages covering bars, stems rollers, shoes, clothing, M 71 pedals, Columbus tubes, fittings and lugs, clothing, crash helmets, five Supercorsa models (Golden Black, Strada, Pista, Ladies and Tandem) and pictures of factory plus enlarged color scan of Golden Black (completely black with 18 K gold hardware) and Super Corsa Strada bicycle. Highly recommended! Color cover. $18

Cinelli Frame Components Catalog, 1980s
16 pages, with specs and pictures of fork crowns (road and track), bottom bracket shells, lugs, guides, bridges, caps, etc. (no tubesets). Color cover. $6

Clement Catalog, early 1950s
30 pages, full line of handmade tires, rims (both alum. and wood) with pictures of the different departments and a view of the factory, one page scanned and reproduced in color. Text in Italian and French. Color cover. $8

Clement Catalog, 1977
8 pages, 75th anniversary of Italian tire maker, complete line of tires shown. Color cover. $5

Colnago Catalog, 1972
5 pages, all pages in color, showing the Colnago Super-Pantographica, a full page photo of Ernesto Colnago and Champion Eddy Merckx, and "the racing bike of Eddy Merckx," Italian text. Color cover. $8

Colnago Catalog, 1973
5 pages, all pages in color, showing the Colnago Super-Pantographica, a full page photo of Ernesto Colnago and Champion Eddy Merckx, and "the racing bike of Eddy Merckx," Italian text. Color cover. $8

Colnago Catalog, 1978 & 1982
10 pages, all pages in color, the same as the 1978 catalog but with additional models added. Colnago Mexico Oro, Mexico, Nuovo Mexico (1982), Super, Super (1982), International, Export, Beppe Saronni GdI, Roger de Vlaeminck P-R and accessories. Text in Italian, English, French and Spanish. Color cover. $10

Colnago Oval CX Catalog, 1983
6 pages, all pages in color, showing the CX Cromovelato, CX Cromosatinato, Super and Nuovo Mexico models. Text in Italian, English, French and Spanish. Color cover. $8

Mario Confente Catalog, 1978
6 pages, includes short background history of Confente, his methods, specifications and prices of Road and Track models. Color cover. $6

Fausto Coppi "The Campionissimo"
64 pages, 21 photos. A translation and adaptation by Salvatore Trence from the original booklet "La Leggenda Di Fausto Coppi" published in Italy by La Domenica Del Corriere. Color cover. $12

Cyclo Catalog, 1938
58 pages, wonderful catalog from English Cyclo's golden years with testimonials and the records set with Cyclo derailleurs including Australia's Sir Hubert Opperman. Covers Cyclo 2, 3, & 4-speed, Witmy 2-speed, Ace 3-speed, Poly 3-speed, Star 3-speed, 3-speed hub gear plus 2-speed derailleur conversion, freewheel hub unit, plus Rosa and Oppy products and spare parts drawings. Highly recommended! Color cover. $12

Cyclo Catalog, 1939
58 pages, wonderful catalog from English Cyclo's golden years with testimonials and the records set with Cyclo derailleurs including Australia's Sir Hubert Opperman. Covers Cyclo 2, 3, & 4-speed, Witmy 2-speed, Ace 3-speed, Poly 3-speed, Star 3-speed, 3-speed hub gear plus 2-speed derailleur conversion, freewheel hub unit, plus Rosa and Oppy products and spare parts drawings. Highly recommended! B&W cover. $12

Cyclo/Benelux Catalogs, 1953
116 pages total, derailleurs and accessories plus Service Data Manual 1953, info on setting up the derailleurs, tools and accessories. B&W cover. $15

The '83 Data Book
209 pages of drawings of bikes and parts arranged by year 1877-1959. See where some of today's "latest innovations" really originated. Includes many Daniel Rebour renderings in pen and ink on scratch board of the innovations from the trade shows of the day. Text in Japanese with some English call-outs. Highly recommended! Color cover. $30

Umberto Dei Catalog, 1934
16 pages, wonderful catalog, complete line shown, 14 bicycles and 4 "motobici" plus 13 photos of the Dei team members and photos of the team in the 1933 Giro d'Italia. Italian text. Color cover. $7

De Rosa Catalog, 1974
5 pages, all color, pictured are the Strada Record Elaborata, Strada Super Record, Pista Record and Ugo's business card. Italian text. Color cover. $8

De Rosa Catalog, 1984
5 pages, all color, pictured are the Professional, Pista Aerodinamica and Linea Aerodinamica models, and a lug set. Italian text. Color cover. $8

De Rosa Catalog, 1986
4 pages, all color, pictures of Eddy Merckx on his De Rosa, Ugo brazing a frame, Ugo with his sons Danilo, Dorino and Cristiano, and Super Record equiped and Record equiped Professional SLX bikes. English text. Color cover. $8

Dürkopp Catalog, 1938
18 pages, famous German bike maker best known for their six-day track bikes used by the team Kilian/Volpel (ten models plus parts and accessories). German text. Color cover. $8

Frejus Catalog, early 1960s
10 pages, four models of this Italian bike maker shown, Professional Road, Professional Track, Tour de France and F.4 De Luxe, along with two additonal color scan enlargements of the pro road and trake bikes. English text. Color cover. $8

Frejus Catalog, mid 1970s
18 pages, seven models of this Italian bike maker shown in large side views with parts specs and two additional color scan enlargements of the pro road and track bikes. English text. Color cover. $8

Fonteyn Catalog, 1937
24 pages, London importer of accessories from France, Belgium and Italy, beautifully illustrated. Great Simplex info, including a very informative section on the proper set-up of the Simplex Champion du Monde Professional derailleur. Highly recommended! B&W cover. $8

Fonteyn Catalog, 1950
48 pages, London importer of accessories from France, Belgium and Italy, beautifully illustrated. Great Simplex info, including a very informative section on the proper set-up of the Simplex TdF derailleur. Highly recommended! B&W cover. $10

GB Catalog, 1950
6 pages, GB Cycle Components (named after its founder Gerry Burgess and not Great Britain as many presumed) was one of the most successful and influential British parts makers of the post war period. Includes Coureur, Standard and Grand Tour brakes, Hiduminium stems and bars, Kromo steel stems, wingnuts and toe clips. Text in English, French and Spanish. Color cover. $6

GB Catalog, 1957
6 pages, GB Cycle Components (named after its founder Gerry Burgess and not Great Britain as many presumed) was one of the most successful and influential British parts makers of the post war period. Includes Coureur Plus, Sport MK 2, Kromo steel stems, Alloy stems and handlebars, wingnuts, toe clips, rubber hoods and spares. Color cover. $6

GB Catalog, 1961
6 pages, GB Cycle Components (named after its founder Gerry Burgess and not Great Britain as many presumed) was one of the most successful and influential British parts makers of the post war period. Includes Coureur "66", Coureur Plus, Sport MK3 and Sprint brakes, Kromo steel stems, Alloy stems and handlebars, hubs, toe clips, wingnuts and spares. Color cover. $6

GB Catalog, 1964
20 pages, GB Cycle Components (named after its founder Gerry Burgess and not Great Britain as many presumed). Includes Coureur "66", Synchron (Altenburger), Sprite, Coureur Plus and Sport MK3 brakes, Alloy stems (Metric and Standard range) and bars, hubs, rims, rubberhoods, wingnuts, toe clips and cable clips and pictures of the factory exterior and interior. Color cover. $7

GB Catalog, 1973
16 pages, GB Cycle Components (named after its founder Gerry Burgess and not Great Britain as many presumed). "77" centerpull brake and Synchron (Altenburger copy) brake and Norma, Neta and Nova stems shown. Color cover. $7

Gillott Catalog, 1963
22 pages, 8 models shown including Velo du Jour, Le Monteur, Tour de Bretagne, Le Vainquer, Geminiani, Italo, Vervex Pro and Fleur de Lys, with price list and road test. Color cover. $7

GIOS-torino Catalog, 1981
4 pages, all color, the blue bike made famous by Roger De Vlaeminck (three time winner of Paris-Roubaix and Milano-San Remo) of the Brooklyn Team. Super Record Strada shown in unique styrofoam box with pantographed parts, jersey, hats, shorts, water bottle and can of touch-up paint. Color cover. $8

Girardengo Catalog, 1950
20 pages, thirteen models including Mod. 7 Tipo "Campionissimo" with Campagnolo Cambio Corsa derailleur and "Speciale Corsa" with Simplex TdF derailleur from Italian bike company founded by Costante Girardengo, "Campionissimo No. 1," who won two Giro d'Italia, six Milan-San Remo and was nine times Champion of Italy. Text in Italian. Color cover. $8

Graftek Exxon G-1 Catalog, 1976
8 pages, the original carbon tube and stainless steel lug bike frame ridden to victory in the 1970s by the Exxon Team with John Howard (pictured on cover). Color cover. $6

Guaranty Cycle Co. Catalog, 1965
34 pages, St. Louis importer of Scheeren wood-filled rims, Airlite-Continental hubs, Altenburger, Campagnolo, Stronglight and Williams cranks, Huret and Simplex derailleurs, Brooks and Ideale saddles, and featuring Speed Hamann Racing Products. Color cover. $8

Guerciotti Catalog, 1979
14 pages, eight models from this Milanese bicycle maker. Enlarged color scan of "Guerciotti Gold" and Super Record bikes. Color cover. $8

René Herse Catalog, 1970s
18 pages, eleven models shown from this famous Parisian bike maker, including racing, touring, city, tandem bikes and accessories (bags, stem, etc.) and the "demontable" ( take apart travel bike) all in wonderful, large Daniel Rebour drawings plus order form. Color cover. $6

Hetchins Catalog (four catalogs included),
40 pages, four different catalogs (1956, '62, '64 & mid-'80s) with illustrations of the different model's ornate lug styles and a detailed list of specifications and prices. Learn to identify the Magnum Opus, Magnum Bonum, Nulli Secundus, etc. Color cover. $10

Hormann Catalog, 1955
70 pages, Berlin importer of lightweight equipment; this catalog shows an amazing cross section of the all the best racing equipment of the mid-1950s! Text in German. Color cover. $12

Hudson Catalog, 1940
28 pages, New York importer of lightweight equipment featuring Rota bicycles and derailleurs from Lyon, France, J. Moyne freewheels, Exceltoo hubs, and Hudson bicycles. Color cover. $7

Huret Catalog, 1978
56 pages, covers Jubilee, Success, Duopar, Challenger II, Allvit III, and Eco derailleurs, speedometers and parts plus the Derailleur Handbook, a trouble shooting manual. Color cover. $12

ICS Campagnolo-First Class Catalog, early 1980s
16 pages, Swiss company that customized and reworked Campagnolo Super Record parts into their own group, offered in either 18 carat gold plating or chrome plating. Two color scans of Magni bikes, one with gold ICS parts and one with chrome ICS parts. Color cover. $8

Idéale Saddles
42 pages, compilation of catalog pages and flyers from 1932 to the late 1980s of this famous French saddle manufacturer that started business in 1890 and went out of business in the 1980s. Color cover. $10

Ideor Catalog, late 1950s
6 pages, six models from this Italian bike maker including the Ideor Asso Professional Road and Track bikes plus a color scanned and enlarged Asso Pro. Color cover. $6

Note: The following six Ron Kitching Catalogs are very comprehensive and contain most of the desirable parts of the periods covered. Highly recommended!

Ron Kitching Everything Cycling, 1955
92 pages, all the best parts from England and the Continent. Bartali brake levers, Duprat hollow cranks, VIT bottles and cages, Beborex brakes, TA Specialities, AVA bars and stems, Idéale saddles, Huret derailleurs, REG alloy bottles and cages, Cinelli steel bars and stems, Campagnolo, Fiammi rims, JOS dynamo lamps, and André Bertin frames. Highly recommended! Color cover. $14

Ron Kitching Everything Cycling, 1960
184 pages, all the best parts from England and the Continent. Nice Andre Bertin and Cinelli (incl. boys and girls bikes) section along with Maxicar hubs, VIT bottle cage, Balilla, MAFAC and Beborex brakes, TA, JOS lights, Cinelli, Schreen, Ideale and Unica saddles, Paturaud toeclips and Campagnolo. Color cover. $25

Ron Kitching Everything Cycling, 1963
206 pages, all the best parts from England and the Continent. Nice Cinelli section! Color cover. $25

Ron Kitching's Hand Book, 1970
274 pages, accessories, clothing, tools, frame building material, advice, and extensive technical data. Cycles Jacques Anquetil of France, André Bertin bicycles of Belgium, Cinelli bicycles of Italy, and Zeus bicycles of Spain are also shown. Cinelli parts, including the elusive bivalent hub. Extremely comprehensive! Color cover. $30

Ron Kitching's Everything Cycling, 1979
100 pages, Philippe, Bullseye, Vitus, Zeus, VAR, T.A., Bocama, REG, 3 t.t.t., Cinelli, Mafac, Ideale, SunTour, Milremo. Color cover. $14

Ron Kitching's Everything Cycling, 1981
168 pages, Vitus, Zeus, VAR, T.A., Bocama, REG, 3 t.t.t., Cinelli, Mafac, Ideale, SunTour, Milremo. Color cover. $20

Joe Kossak, A Tribute
68 pages, Technical Editor of sorely missed Bike World magazine, Joe Kossak wrote articles on 1970s components with a historical overview; very helpful for restorations. Also a mid-70s paperback, Frames, on the historical development of bicycle frames (Art Stump, Don Milberger, Tom Ritchey, Richard Sachs and Colin Laing among others) and the early days of aluminum, carbon, and titanium frame development. Color cover. $14

Legnano / Emilio Bozzi Catalog, late 1920s
64 pages, parts and bikes from the manufacturer of Legnano, Perla and Wolsit bicycles. Very nice steel plate engravings of parts! Text in Italian. B&W cover. $12

Legnano Catalog, 1947
16 pages, (ten models plus riders pictures and race victories). The bike of Alfredo Binda, Fausto Coppi (for a short time) and Gino Bartali! Text in Italian. B&W cover. $6

Legnano / Emilio Bozzi Catalog, 1950
340 pages, parts and bikes from the manufacturer of Legnano, Perla and Wolsit bicycles. Beautiful steel plate engravings of Campagnolo, Ambrosio, Cinelli, REG, W.A., Simplex, Vittoria, Regina, Nisi, Fiamme, Binda, Martano, Cornez, Universal, Bowden, Magistroni, F.B., Gnutti, Gaslo, Pirelli, Sheffield, Hutchinson, Superga, Silca, Falck, Mannesmann, plus lugs and fork crowns. Amazing document! Text in Italian. Three enlarged color scans of Legnano Mod. Corsa, Roma Corsa and Legnano poster. Text in Italian. Color cover. $45

Legnano Catalog, 1950s
20 pages, showing the Mod. Roma Campagnolo Corsa, Mod. 53 Mezza Corsa, Mod. 54 Corsa and twenty-two other models. Two enlarged color scans of Mod. Roma and Mod. 53 Mezza Corsa. Text in Italian. Color cover. $8

Legnano Catalog, 1960s
4 pages, flyer showing the Roma Olympiade and Gran Premio. The two classic models of the 1960s! All color with two enlarged scans of Olympiade and Gran Premio. Text in English. Color cover. $5

Mafac Catalog, 1978
28 pages with illustrations by Daniel Rebour, covering the Competition, LS, 2000, Racer, Criterium, Cyclo-Tandem, and Jacky brakesets, plus parts and tools. Color cover. $6

Masi Catalog, 1963
6 pages, all in color, showing both the road and track Masi Specials along with Masi folding rollers. Color enlargements of Special Pista and Special Strada bikes. Text in Italian, Spanish, French, German and English. Color cover. $8

MAVIC... A Brief History of MAVIC Bicycle Components (Une Brève Histoire des Pièces de Vélo MAVIC)
422 pages, covers Mavic components from 1977 through 1995, nine catalogs, ten brochures, and two workshop manuals showing how to service all Mavic components, plus a Mavic Timeline, an invaluable tool for dating your bike and its parts. Some text in French, some in English. Color cover. $50

Eddy Merckx Catalog, 1980
12 pages, all color, Professional Road and Professional Track models shown. Eddy's first catalog upon the creation of his own factory with the help of Ugo DeRosa. Many photos of the factory and a photo of Eddy with Ugo. Text in English. Color cover. $8

Eddy Merckx Catalog, 1984
6 pages, all color, Team Issue, Professional, Chrono and 3-Athlete shown. Text in English. Color cover. $8

Eddy Merckx Catalog, 1989
8 pages, All color, Corsa Extra/Team 7-Eleven, Corsa Extra, Corsa, Grand Prix, Century and Pista models shown. Text in English. Color cover. $8

Gianni Motta Catalog, 1985
27 pages, Personal 2001, Personal 2001R, Triathlon 2001, Donna, Roubaix and Telaio-Export models shown. Two enlarged color scans of Personal 2001R USA and Personal 2001R Tre Colori. Text in Italian. Color cover. $8

Nagasawa Catalog, 1978
20 pages, road and track models shown, the bike of World Champion Noichi Nakano. Color scanned and enlarged prints of All Japan Pista and All Japan Road bikes. Text in Japanese and English. Color cover. $8

Nervex Lug Catalog, 1958
61 pages, (drawings of lugs and bike frames, plus accessories). Different examples of frame geometries shown. Profusely illustrated, highly recommended! Color cover. $12

Oglaend's Catalog, 1939
40 pages, Shelby, Phillips, Alvin Drysdale and BSA importer in N.Y.C. New Departure, Musselman, Lobdell, Torrington, Brooks. Cover is signed "Rep by Fred Kugler, Somerville, N.J." and has notes on Pye handmade tubulars used in 6-Day bike racing. Color cover. $10

OLMO Catalog, 1974
18 pages, eight models shown by bike company formed in 1939 by Giuseppe Olmo (1932 Los Angeles Olympics Team Road Race medalist, Hour Record holder in 1935); color enlargement of Competition "C" Titanio Model. Text in Italian, English, Spanish and German. Color cover. $8

OLMO Catalog, 1978
14 pages, 6 models shown including color enlargement of both Competition "C" Titanio and detail shots of bike. Text in Italian, English, Spanish and German. Color cover. $8

OLMO Catalog, 1984
6 pages, four models shown including Professionista (Team Replica). Text in English. Black and white cover. $5

O.M.A.S. Catalogs, 1978
36 pages, two catalogs featuring titanium and aluminum parts and fasteners to lighten your Campagnolo components from this Italian company established in 1960 to manufacture parts for Weber carburators and later in the mid-1970s making titanium parts for Campagnolo. Color cover. $8

Peugeot
396 pages, twenty-one catalogs from 1974 to 1988 plus two PY10 E road tests and custom order forms and a seventy-two page booklet covering Peugeot's history and world-wide operations in 1977. Cover is color photo of Tom Simpson. $45

Pinarello Catalog, 1979
12 pages, five models: Prestige, Super Record, Record Special, Record and Treviso from this Treviso, Italy builder of TdF winning bicycles. Two enlarged colr scans of Prestige and Super Record bikes. Color cover. $8

Pinarello Catalog, 1985
24 pages, seven models and three frames pictured from this famous Italian builder of TdF winning bicycles. Three enlarged color scans of Montello 85, Super Record Special and Alexi Grewal winning the '84 LA Olympic Road Race. Color cover. $8

Pogliaghi Catalog, 1960
24 pages, nine bikes pictured including Pista and Strada singles, plus Pista tandems and Rollers from this legendary Italian builder of racing bicycles. Text in Italian, French, German and English. Color cover. $8

Pogliaghi Catalog, 1984
10 pages, all color, showing five bikes including Mod. Air, Super Record, Record Pista CX, Tandem Super Record, plus pantographed parts and clothing from this legendary Italian builder of racing bicycles. Text in Italian. $8

Raleigh Catalog, 1935
21 pages, beautifully designed catalog, twenty-five models pictured including Super Sports, Raleigh Record Ace and page of Sturmey-Archer hub gears, plus color scan of Record Ace. Color cover. $7

Raleigh Export Catalog, 1936
32 pages, twenty-five models pictured including the R.R.A. (Raleigh Record Ace) and a page of Sturmey-Archer hub gears. Color cover. $7

Raleigh Export Catalog, 1938
40 pages, beautiful Art Deco designed catalog with many photos of the factory, twenty nine models pictured including the Silver Record Model 40, Record Ace Model 45, Golden Arrow Model 41 and page of Sturmey-Archer hub gears, plus two enlarged color scans of Golden Arrow and Record Ace. Color cover. $10

Raleigh Catalog, 1939
40 pages, twenty-two models pictured including the Special Club Sports, Raleigh Record Ace, and Golden Arrow and page of Sturmey-Archer hub gears. Color cover. $7

Raleigh Catalog, 1940 Export Edition
26 pages, twenty-one models pictured plus Sturmey-Archer chart. This was also Raleigh's post-war late '40s catalog. Color cover. $7

Raleigh Catalog, 1947
28 pages, fourteen models pictured plus enlarged color scan of Raleigh Record Ace. Color cover. $8

Raleigh Catalog, 1951
32 pages, eighteen models pictured including the R.R.A. (Raleigh Record Ace), Lenton Sports, Superbe Sports Tourist, Sports Light Roadster, plus enlarged color scans of Lenton Sports, Record Ace. Color cover. $10

Raleigh U.S.A. Catalog, 1954
26 pages, fourteen models pictured including the R.R.A. (Raleigh Record Ace), Lenton Sports, Superbe Sports Tourist, Sports Light Roadster, and Robin Hood plus enlarged color scans of Lenton Sports, Record Ace, and aerial view of Raleigh factory. Color cover. $10

Raleigh Cycle Maintenance Handbook, 1950s
40 pages, small customer booklet includes Sturmey-Archer hub gears and brakes, 'Dynohub' hub lighting equipment, and general maintenance. Color cover. $7

Raleigh Catalog, 1958
20 pages, sixteen models shown including the Lenton Grand Prix and the R.R.A. Moderne plus enlarged color scans of the Lenton Grand Prix and the R.R.A. Moderne. Color cover. $10

Raleigh Catalog, 1969
12 pages, nineteen models pictured including the Professional and the Competition. Color cover. $6

Raleigh Catalog, 1972
20 pages, seventeen models pictured including the Pro Mk.IV, Pro Track, International, Super Course, Gran Sport, etc. plus enlarged color scan of the Pro Mk.IV and Pro Track. Color cover. $10

Raleigh Catalog, 1973
24 pages, twenty-two models pictured including the Pro Mk.IV, Pro Track, International, Competition Mk.II, Gran Sport, etc. plus enlarged color scans of the Pro Mk.IV and Pro Track. Color cover. $10

Raleigh Catalog, 1975
24 pages, ten models pictured including Team Pro Road and Pro Track, Pro Mk.IV, International, Competition Mk.II, Gran Sport, etc. plus enlarged color scans of Team Pro and Pro Mk.IV. Inside cover photo is '74 World Pro Pursuit Champion Roy Schuiten. The Belgian-based TI Raleigh team was a power house in the Classics during this period! Color cover. $10

The T.I.-Raleigh Story, 1979
52 pages, covers the all-conquering TI Raleigh team during the 1976, '77, '78 and '79 seasons, plus a color print of Hennie Kuiper leading Joop Zoetemelk and Bernard Hinault in the '78 TdF. Color cover. $12

Regina Catalog, 1978
16 pages, full line of chains and freewheels shown including the very rare titanium chain and freewheel. Color cover. $5

Reynolds Tubing Co. Catalog, 1924
16 pages, Reynolds Tubing Company mid-1920s catalog. Color cover. $5

Reynolds 531 Catalog, 1936
8 pages, a truely historical document, the introduction of 531 tubing with tests and charts. Highly recommended. Color cover. $5

Cycles Rexor Catalog, 1931-32
122 pages, steel-plate engravings of thousands of parts of largely undocumented era! An amazing catalog, highly recommended. Text in French. Colored cover. $25

Schwinn Paramount Catalog, 1938
19 pages, Paramount road and track bikes, Superior road and track bikes, plus parts and accessories. Color cover. $6

Shimano Catalog, 1974
40 pages, covers Dura-Ace and the Road, Track and Touring ensembles with parts drawings. Very comprehensive! Color cover. $12

Shimano Aero Dynamics Catalog, 1981
40 pages, covers the AX Series of aero components (Dura-Ace, 600 and Adamas groups). Very comprehensive! Color cover. $12

Simplex Catalog, French Edition, 1948
8 pages, features Tour de France, Grand Tourisme, Randonneur, and A Cable derailleurs; text in French. B&W cover. $5

Simplex Catalog, Italian Edition, 1950
20 pages covering the following derailleurs: Champion Du Monde, Tour De France 1948, Tour De France 1949, Tour De France Competition 1950, and the Competition front changer; beautiful steel plate engravings! Also a picture of the complete "Gruppo Speciale Corsa Simplex" in its box! Catalog pictures Coppi winning 1949 TdF on Simplex. The color cover is the famous Art Deco Simplex poster! Text in Italian. $8

Simplex Catalog, French Edition, 1952
28 pages, features Type JUY-51, TdF, Grand Tourisme, and Rigidex derailleurs. Nice parts drawings; text in French. B&W cover. $6

Simplex Catalog, English Edition, 1953
24 pages, features Type JUY-51, TdF, Grand Tourisme, and Rigidex derailleurs plus chainrings, hubs and cable layout schematics. Very nice parts drawings; text in English. Color cover. $6

Simplex Derailleur Catalog, English Edition, 1971
16 pages, shows complete range of derailleurs, including Criterium, Super Competition and Prestige; three front derailleurs and four rear derailleurs, along with dropouts, QRs, seatpost and chainrings. Test in English. Color cover. $6

Simplex Derailleur Catalog, French Edition, 1974
28 pages, shows complete range of derailleurs, including Super L.J., Criterium and Prestige; four front derailleurs and seven rear derailleurs, along with dropouts, QRs, seatpost and chainrings. Text in French. Color cover. $7

Simplex Derailleur Catalog, French Edition, 1975
86 pages, shows complete range of derailleurs, including SLJ 5000CP and SLJ 6000; six front derailleurs and twenty-eight rear derailleurs, along with dropouts, QRs, seatpost and chainrings. Text in French. Color cover. $12

Simplex Derailleur Catalog, English Edition, 1981
16 pages, shows complete range of derailleurs, including Series S, SX, SJ, SLJ; eight front derailleurs and sixteen rear derailleurs, along with dropouts, QRs, seatpost and chainrings. B&W cover. $6

Alex Singer Catalog, 1946
16 pages, famous French bike maker, illustrated with drawings by Daniel Rebour showing the bike lineup in large profile, including accessories and a list of the "Palmares des Cycles et Tandems Alex Singer". Very Art Deco in style! Text in French. B&W cover. $6

Speedwell Catalog, 1973
4 pages, in 1973 this British company was the first to produce a titanium frame and fork. English text. B&W cover. $5

Sporting Cyclist Magazine
474 page selection of the best articles from 1959-1968 issues, including special issues devoted to the Tour de France, Fausto Coppi, Tom Simpson, and articles by Rene de Latour and J.B.Wadley on the greatest riders of the day. The classic years of Anquetil, Poulidor, Gaul, Geminiani, Bahamontes, the "two Rics", etc. A truely 'epic' read! Highly recommended! Color cover. $50

Stronglight Catalog, 1958
18 pages, covering the following cranks: Type 57, 55, 54, 52, 49D, 45, 12, 11 plus bottom bracket 34 and the P3 and Competition headsets and tools. Story of 1957 Hour Record along with photos and palmares. English text. Color cover. $7

Stronglight Catalog #22, 1974
22 pages with Daniel Rebour illustrations, covering the following cranks: 99, 99 Tri, 93, 93 Tri, 49, plus bottom bracket 34. Also the S5, P3, V4 headsets and tools. French and English text. Color cover. $7

Stronglight Catalog #24, 1978
26 pages with Daniel Rebour illustrations, covering the following cranks: 105, 105 Bis, 99, 99 triple, 93, 53, 52, 49, 35, & TS plus bottom brackets 34, 65, 650 (titanium axle and alloy cups), and 651. Also the S5, P3, V4 headsets and tools. French and English text. Color cover. $7

Stronglight Catalog #25, 1980
26 pages with Daniel Rebour illustrations, covering the following cranks: 105 Bis, 99 Bis, 93, 53, 49, 49 Tri, TS Bis plus bottom brackets 65, 34, 650, and 651. Also the D6, S5, P3, V4 headsets and tools. French and English text. Color cover. $7

Stronglight Catalog #26, 1982
20 pages with Daniel Rebour illustrations, covering the following cranks: 106, 104, 99 Bis, TS BIS, 105 Bis, 49, 49 Tn, plus bottom brackets 34, 65, Monobloc, 650, and 651. Also the D8, S7, P3, V4 headsets and tools. French and English text. Color cover. $7

Stronglight Catalog #27, 1984
16 pages, covering the following cranks: 107, 107 Tri, 106, 106 Tri, 103, 101, 99 Bis, 99 Tandem plus bottom brackets 330, 600, 650, 651, 700 and 701. Also the 710, A9, B10 extra-leger headsets and tools. French, English and German text. Color cover. $7

Sturmey-Archer 3-speed Coaster Hub Brochure, 1930s
16 pages, complete instructions and list of parts. Color cover. $5

Sturmey-Archer Hubs Catalog, 1938
58 pages, comprehensive document with testimonials, product descriptions, maintenance directions and parts drawings. Highly recommended! Color cover. $12

Sturmey-Archer Factory Service Manual, 1951
34 pages, comprehensive document with product descriptions, maintenance directions and parts drawings. Highly recommended! Color cover. $8

Sturmey-Archer, 50 Years of Leadership, 1952
16 pages, booklet covers the history of the company, its products and the people behind their famous internally geared hub. Color cover. $5

SunTour Superbe Pro Catalog, 1984
16 pages, shows complete line of Superbe Pro road and track components with very detailed specifications and cutaways shown. Color cover. $5

SunTour Dealer Catalog, 1987
30 pages, shows complete line of components including Superbe Pro, Sprint 9000, Sprint, Cyclone 7000 and Cyclone. Color cover. $8

Specialités T.A. Catalog, late 1970s
40 pages, All Daniel Rebour drawings of Tevano and T.A. cranks plus bottom bracket, pedals, head set, bags, bottles and tools. English text, a classic catalog! Color cover. $10

Tange Tubing Catalog, 1970s
28 pages, Tubing specs for Champion, CR-MO and Hi-Ten tubesets plus fork crowns, dropouts and small frame building parts. English text. Color cover. $6

3ttt Catalog, 1978
12 pages, includes complete line of handlebars, stems, seatpost and saddles. Text in Italian, French and English. Color cover. $5

Universal Catalog, mid 1950s
28 pages, famous Italian maker of brakes (Fratelli Pietra Societa Collettiva), shows their complete line of brakes including mod. 51 Extra, mod. 39 Lusso, Sportivo, Sport, mod. 56-57, Mignon Sport, Bambino, mod. 34, 35 & 50 levers, toeclips and lamp bracket. Beautiful steel-plate engravings are highly detailed. Italian, French and English text. Color cover. $8

VAR Catalogue General, 1970
82 pages, complete bicycle, motorscooter and motorcycle tool line from this famous French toolmaker since 1945. All Daniel Rebour drawings, a classic! French and English text. Color cover. $14

Vitus Tubing Catalog, 1950s
12 pages, very rare brochure with six tubesets shown, Series 103, Series 105, Series 110, Series 205, Series 303 and Series 107.MH with full specifications. Text in French. Color cover. $5

The World of Daniel Rebour
220 pages, famous French illustrator of bike parts and editor of Le Cycle, includes full page drawings of Tour de France winning bikes from 1950-1976 and renderings of individual parts grouped by year of manufacture. Also shows the René Herse line of French bikes and accessories. Text in Japanese with some English call-outs. Highly recommended, a must have for the Rebour lover! Color cover. $35

Zeus #101 Catalog, 1971
46 pages, Spanish bike component manufacturer, covers Criterium 69, Alfa, and Gran Sport groups and Zeus tools. Text in Spanish. Color cover. $10

Zeus #102 Catalog, 1974
168 page reproduction of the epic hard-bound book of the world of Zeus. Chapters include a history of the company founded in 1926, the racing bicycles, components, frames, tools, spare parts, clothing & publicity articles, international service, photo coverage of Zeus's involvement in the 1972 Munich Olympics, and finally, the Gallery Zeus. Text in Spanish and English. Color cover. $30

Zeus #103 Catalog, 1977
46 pages, covers Zeus-2000, Criterium, and Gran Sport groups, tools and clothing. Text in Spanish and English. Color cover. $10

Zeus #104 Catalog, 1980
56 pages, covers the Zeus-2000, Zeus-2001, Criterium, Gran Sport, New Racer, and Pista groups, tools and clothing. Text in Spanish and English. Color cover. $12

Zeus Cyclery Corp. Catalog, 1982
38 pages, U.S. importer, covers Zeus-2000, Criterium, New Racer, and Track groups, and Zeus and Cuevas frames and bikes. B&W cover. $8

Zeus #105 Catalog, 1984
38 pages, covers the Zeus-2000, Supercronos, New Racer, and Pista groups, tools and clothing. Text in Spanish and English. Color cover. $10

Zeus Cyclery Corp. Catalog, 1985-87
32 pages, U.S. importer, covers Supercronos, Track, and New Racer groups, and Zeus and Rezesa frames and bikes. B&W cover. $8