1991 Formula 1 Cycles full suspension - ex Deb Murrell

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Flippin amazing buddy such a cool bike,write up and history


I had a soft spot for debs as a lad......dont tell her though Haha

Shame they're rare as fook and not in my size....or thank goodness ;)
 

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Fantastic :cool:

Although I've put absolutely zero time in to looking for a Formula 1, I think I would regard one as a grail bike, and as such would never expect to own one.
Every memory I have of the brand is with Deb at the controls of one, but it's clear that there must be a few more types and sizes out there somewhere.
Any info on total numbers produced and where they are now?

I'll take Nigel Mansells ex pit bike please :eek:
 

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I was extremely fortunate to acquire the '(F1) Cycle Chassis History' folder a few years ago, an example is shown in Simon's post. Only 49 were built. One of those is a road bike!
 

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al-onestare":2o2x7hu6 said:
Great stuff, this is the kind of thread/story the site does best.

Agree 100%. Facebook and the like can't compete with a good old forum for this kind of thread
 

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Thank you for all the positive feedback. I’ve updated the third post with photos of how it stands today. Aiming to get it finished soon.
 

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Photo posted on Facebook by Paul Matthews who kindly let me add it here. Photo from the second round of the 1992 BMBF National Points Series at Clipstone Forest. S1 propped up against the work stand. Clipstone was an XC round only, so assuming S1 was there for display purposes.
 
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