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Holdsworthy produced small numbers of "Maclean" badged cycles throughout the 1960's, these being re-badged versions of their own range of frames. days lists the following available models:- "Club" model £2:6:0 Complete "Rigid Road Race Cycle" - Ladies or Gents £5:5:0 Brampton "Tandem Race" frame or complete cycle £:0 The limited range is augmented by a wide range of build options and accessories; as well as their "specialising in building to customer's own measurements".

Thus a 1960s Maclean frame could also be found with Holdsworthy or Claud Butler badges. Another undated, probably pre-war, catalogue from the 362-3 Upper St.

(extends south of Holloway Rd.) From 1929 to 1933 they were using only the 366 Upper Street premises.Inside the shop a range of complete bikes were available which included roadster and touring models from other well-known makers such as Rudge.A wide range of specialist fittings were available from makers such as GB and Airlite.He remembers the two large double-fronted shop windows in Upper Street with the entrance through the left-hand doorway.As you entered the shop the access to the workshop was in front of you.

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An updated catalogue, probably from the mid 1950's (head clips no longer shown) lists a limited range with the noticeable absence of a tandem in the illustrations:- "Track or Path Frame" - or can be built as Road machine £:0 "Eclipse" cycle - frame or complete build, with a variety of accessories.