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The Light Blue

The Light Blue Bicycle began its life way back in 1895, when John Albert Townsend produced hand built bicycles for the wealthy members of Cambridge University. These custom made machines were produced in a converted dairy in Norfolk Street, Cambridge at a rate of around six per week. The Light Blue name was taken from the University colours, but in those days all the bicycles were painted black. Now the Light Blue makes great quality steel touring bikes that are designed, tested and assembled in Cambridge.

The Light Blue Road Bikes

A2Z of The Light Blue

The Light Blue Darwin D Tour (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Darwin One By (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Darwin One By MT (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Darwin Speedtour (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Darwin Twin Peak (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Darwin Two Way Street (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Robinson D Sora (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Robinson RD 105 (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Wolfson 105 (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
The Light Blue Wolfson Frameset (On display in Road Bikes » Frames)
The Light Blue Wolfson Ultegra (On display in Road Bikes » Tourers / Audax)
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