1965 Rudge Sports 3-speed Women's Bike - Blue
This wall is a hundred and eighty-seven feet high
This 1965 Rudge Sports 3-speed women's bike is an English cruiser configured as an Irish cargo bike: it's ready to carry Basket O'Groceries.
Grocery stores sell pancake mix, eggs, and milk. They sell maple syrup, bacon, bread, margarine and orange juice. They sell blueberries.
Blueberries are blue. The paint on this Rudge is blue. You can't make pancakes with a 1965 Rudge in them. But you can certainly make blueberry pancakes covered in maple syrup, with bacon, buttered toast, and orange juice on the side.
That sounds delicious.
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I never photograph bikes from the left
Forty and sporty (if this were 2005)
Hold previous photo up to mirror
The cleanest handlebar basket I've ever seen
Autofocus has its drawbacks
Cockpit - or optical illusion?
Sturmey-Archer 3-speed shifter
Awesome sharp photo of concrete sidewalk
Brooks leather saddle
All those tubes look like a science experiment
Head tube lugs and chrome fork crown
Rudge Sports down tube decals
Rudge "hand" sprocket
3-speed cable routing, graceful dropout/stay joints
Lugged crank, block pedals
Sturmey-Archer 3-speed hub dated 12/1964