The links below will take you to catalog pages and technical brochures from my vast collection of stuff I shoulda threw out long ago. I change these every once in a while when someone is looking for something that I may have. Be warned: the files are fairly large so as to be readable. They may take a while to load into your browser. They may be of different formats; i.e. html, gif, pdf, or jpg. I hope you find them useful. You can return to this page at any time by clicking on the "Bicycle Info Project" banner at the top of the page. If you are looking for something that you don't see here and think I may have it, e-mail me and I will try and put it up for you.
If you have an older catalog, manual, or brochure that you think might be good for this site, please drop me an email and let me know. I will gladly scan it and send it back to you. No compensation; just eternal gratitude and a credit line.
 
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H. Lloyd Cycles
A history of Reynolds 531 Decals starting from 1924.
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Velo-Retro
If it's old, and it relates to bicycles, you'll probably find it here.
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Bicycle Racing Photography by Bobby Sapovits
Photographs by myself of (mostly) the USPro Championship held in Philadelphia.
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Photography and Design by Bobby Sapovits
My Portfolio. If you are in the Philly region and need photography; please check me out.
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追憶のカタログ展
An interesting site with many great old catalogs. Entirely in Japanese, however.
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Velobase
A new site. Dedicated to identifying and cataloging components.
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Speedplay Pedal Museum
The history of the pedal. If you think clipless is new, you better check this out.
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Museum of Mountain Bike Art & Technology
Museum of Mountain Bike Art & Technology :
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The Classic Fuji Bike Site
A Comprehensive Set of Tools to Identify FUJI Bicycles by Serial Number and Model
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Classic Rendezvous
One of THE most comprehensive sites for cycle hardware history
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WWW.VELOFILIE.NL
A site by Wiel Van den Broek. Frame parts and technical literature. So far, mostly in Dutch.
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oe Scheid