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Freddie Grubb road/path
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Description

One of London's much-loved builders, Grubb produced frames of consistent and respected quality in Wimbledon, between 1933 and1949. Following Freddie Grubb's death, the name was acquired by Holdsworth who continued to produce frames under the Grubb name until the late 1970s. This example probably dates from the early 1960s. Paint is excellent. Brake bridge has been drilled through to 8mm so would suit a fixed gear build.

Frame specifications

Seat tube (ctc) : 57cm

Top tube (ctc) : 57cm

Tubeset : Reynolds 531

Place/country of origin : London, UK

Year/era of production : 1960s

Bottom bracket threading : British

Steerer/headset threading : British

Seatpost size : 26.6mm

Rear dropout spacing : 110mm

Fork dropout spacing : 95mm

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