Welcome to Hilarystone.com

Hilarystone.com is devoted to older classic and vintage race, road, track, lo-pro, time trial and touring bikes, frames and parts to fit.

I also aim to keep in stock some basic parts for fixed gear and track riding – chainsets with bottom brackets to match, suitable pedals, bars etc

My main stock is lugged or fillet brazed steel frames, tig-welded ones and even aluminium and carbon-fibre frames too if I think they are interesting. And from most periods – as far back as the early 20th century though most of what I sell will be from the 1950s through to the 1980s.

Please note I am not in every day of the week; there will be times when I am away buying stock. I will endeavour to contact within 48 hours of your enquiry.

 

Our Facebook page – Hilary Stone Cycle is used to give previews of new stock and also showcase customer's restorations. And anything interesting we spot on Classic bikes and their parts…

You can find us on Facebook at:

https://www.facebook.com/HilaryStoneCycles






FOR HOW TO BUY PLEASE click on the Contact page (and read it!) which explains how our business is run, payment methods, shipping and importantly our conditions of sale. Please note items returned under the Distance Selling Regulations which are not faulty or damaged will be subject to a 15% restocking fee.

All enquires are welcome to:
hilarystone@hilarystone.com

Please include the following information in your enquiry:
Your name...
Item details (full title of item, including number if stated)...
The address to which to post to...
Prefered payment method...

I will then send you an invoice with all the details you need in order to make a payment and complete the sale. I CANNOT take credit or debit cards directly.

ONE FINAL POINT – once I have sent the invoice, the order is only valid for 24 hours unless it is paid or clear arrangements have been agreed. I have had several cases recently where somebody has ordered an item, and paid a week or so later expecting it to be still available.

Most pages list shipping charges on the top right-hand side…

If you're looking for something specific don't forget the search button at the top left hand of every page…

PLEASE NOTE that I can only value bicycles, frames or parts if photos are sent by email; there is a charge of £12. I can also research bikes and their makers – there is a minimum charge of £20 for this.

I am always keen to buy new stock – bicycles, frames or parts of the type on this website ie older classic racing and lightweight but NOT roadsters, shoppers or carrier bikes. Please contact me via email in the first instance.

 

News

27th July Updated the Cinelli handlebars page today with a very good selection of Cinelli bars.

31st July Just added a lovely early 53cm Colnago Super to the smaller Italian frames page. Its from the era when the Supers still were largely finished by hand and were built in relatively small numbers. Its an ideal restoration candidate – very sound but needing painting. These frames are ideal for a beginner to retro bicycles being very straightforward to build up and with easy parts availability – we can supply most parts needed… Or get it painted and build it up for a customer.

6th September A few days ago I updated the 86mm BCD chainrings page with many new rings and they include the special rings for use with 1980s Stronglight triple chainsets – 106, 107 etc And today the 27.2mm Seaposts page has been thoroughly updated… The rest of the seatpost pages will be updated in the next few days closely followed by clincher rims.

11th September Finished update to the seatposts pages – includes quite a few rarities Campag 26.0mm and some full aero seatposts… And I've just updated the 700C clincher rims page with a good selection of new rims. 27in ones will follow very soon, then brake levers and brakesets.

12th September Just updated the 27in rims page Mavic E2, MA2 in both 36H and the rare 32/40H drillings plus Weinmann Alesa etc

25th September Just updated the Classic Corner frame pages – there are some real rarities – a No1 Condor track by Bill Hurlow, a Ray Clarke with Hellenic rear stays, Hetchins Nulli Secundus, Ephgrave No1 road, 1939 Carlton Flyer, Bates BAR, Holdsworth Chronometro Time Trial, Ellis Champion and others

28th September I've just added some rare and beautiful frames the modern English frame pages – Speedwell Titanium, Stan Pike built for one his sons, ex Cycling Plus test Joe Waugh, Kevin Winter road, Mercian KOM light tourer, Raleigh 753, Argosplus others

6th October Updated the Italian and continental frame pages – includes 1940s Maury, Look KG196, Masi 3V, 1959 Galmozzi, 1949 Tendil, 1982 Concorde, 2002 Pinarello Prince Team Telekom, 1968–9 De Rosa, 1970s Grandis etc

10th October Uploaded some fresh track and lo-pro frames including a Raleigh track, Dave Lloyd pursuit lo-pro, Flying Scot track, a particularly fine F W Evans track, Dave Hinde lo-pro and Steve Goff lo-pro.

7th November Just updated the modern frame pages with 11 new frames – there are some real rarities – Teledyne Titan, Condor Vic Edwards Split seat tube TT Special, Raleigh Team Pro TT Special, Whitfield TT built from Columbus KL, Aende, TJ Cycles Flying Gate, Cougar 753, Chas Roberts built Pearson, Raleigh International, Holdsworth Pro.

13th November I updated the Camapgnolo 144mm BCD chainring pages a couple of weeks ago and have now updated the 144mm BCD non-Campag chainrings page…

20th November Just uploaded a good number of Classic Corner frames which include no less than four Hetchins of which two are Magnum Opuses… Also included are a very nice early Rensch Professional, Rotrax Concours, Ellis-Briggs, Hawkes, Favori, JRJ, Woodrup, Bates BAR and Harry Quinn.

5th December Updated the Track frames page with a beautiful 1980s Ray Inkley track frame probably built by Barron. A couple of Claud Butler track frames were added to the Classic track frames page – an Olympic from 1962 and beautifully restored 1948 World Championship Path frame. And I've uploaded four lo-pro frames to the op-pro and TT frames page – includes a prototype Dyna-Tech, an ex Tony Doyle Viscount lo-pro from 1980. a beautiful Columbus Air Rourke for use with Modolo Kronos brakes and an E G Bates 531SL.

7th December Have uploaded a good selection of continental and Italian frames to my website. These include a bargain Merckx MX Leader, Nortel.le made from Columbus MS tubing, a lovely 1950s Thomann Randonneur, a really nice mid 50s Italian road frame, a beautiful Oscar Simonato aero tubed frame with chromovalato paint, a great 1990 Basso and a very good Motta and a Madtador built especially for an Altenburger gear from the 1950s…



 
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