Forest Hill, London
“Started building in 1919, they had two shops 19 Beresford Street, Camberwell Gate London S.E.5. and 72 Wells Road, Sydenham, London S.E.26. Their proud boast was the lightest cycle exhibited at the first lightweight show weighed 13 lbs. and was made by them. They were pioneers of all round Taper Stays on tandems and had a Registered design on a strut bridge No. 702689.Which was an exclusive feature on their tandems.”
“Some of their models:
1. Gents Special Club Model A.G.
2.Gents C.R. Model
3.Gents Model C this weighed 13lbs
(Evelyn Hamilton holds the mod C at right)
4. Lady’s Model A.L.
5. Lady’s Model B.L. Parallel Tube.
6. Mans Taper Tube Model and tandems and tricycles.”
“Their advertising slogan was “Ride a cycle – don’t push it – get a Buckley”. I own a 1928 Buckley racing tricycle with an Abingdon axle, Conloys, Chater Lea, etc.” Mick Butler.
Page dedicated to Buckley
on the ClassicLightweights.UK
Peter Jordain’s collected
catalogs, ephemera, etc.