Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

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Grandad
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Re: Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

Postby Grandad » 5 Feb 2019, 10:54pm

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This Jack Taylor trailer bike is the best I have ever used. It included forks and a front wheel to make a separate bike.

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Re: Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

Postby phil parker » 6 Feb 2019, 7:33am

Great photo :D

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Re: Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

Postby julianm » 7 Feb 2019, 8:12pm

You'll enjoy this documentary about the Taylor brothers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALNsQpCL8LY

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Re: Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

Postby lescargo » 8 Feb 2019, 2:19pm

This bike will be a collectors item in USA.
You could try contacting RUSA.
Randoneurs U S A a sister organisation to our AUDAX UK where, as here in UK there will be savvy old vets .
Possibly that would open up links.
I don't know if Americans have CTC?
Maybe the Society of American Wheel men.
I seem to remember someone telling me of a Jack Taylor club in states.
Whatever happens don't take first offer for this heirloom.

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Re: Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

Postby Vorpal » 8 Feb 2019, 2:51pm

lescargo wrote:This bike will be a collectors item in USA.
You could try contacting RUSA.
Randoneurs U S A a sister organisation to our AUDAX UK where, as here in UK there will be savvy old vets .
Possibly that would open up links.
I don't know if Americans have CTC?
Maybe the Society of American Wheel men.
I seem to remember someone telling me of a Jack Taylor club in states.
Whatever happens don't take first offer for this heirloom.


It's the League of American Bicyclists (formerly League of American Wheelmen)

It's a lovely looking bike, but I'm not convinced that it will be worth enough more in the USA to make it worth the shipping cost.
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Re: Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

Postby Vorpal » 8 Feb 2019, 2:58pm

jimlews wrote:Just to get the pulse racing...

Hilary Stone.com has a similar Jack Taylor ladies bike priced at £ 875.

hilarystone.com has a custom built Jack Taylor ladies' bike in excellent & rideable condition, which is a little different that what the OP is asking about.
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Re: Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

Postby ChrisButch » 8 Feb 2019, 6:30pm

Brucey wrote:box lining and a few of the components suggest a 1960s bike to me.


Yes, I'm not sure the box lining is much help in narrowing down the date. My JT Clubman frame, bought from the brothers in 1975, has box lining and decals more or less identical to the OP's bike. As others have said, the box lining was retained right to the end, at least if you asked for it (I didn't - it came as standard with mine).

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Re: Jack Taylor (Ladies) - Where to sell?

Postby 24theaveue » 11 Mar 2019, 5:11pm

Did you sell the ladies bike? I may be interested in it if it is still for sale.There is a Jack Taylor week end of which I am the organiser and is held in Swainby in the North East. The date is 25th and 26th of August 2019.