Technical Topics

This section contains some technical details on maintaning various bits of your Moulton. Many parts of a Moulton are just the same as “normal” bikes, but jobs like dismantling the suspension can be daunting the first time you try it!

WARNING

Repair and renovation work should only be carried out by qualified people. If you do not have the experience and/or expertise to judge whether any procedures described in Masterclasses are correct, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO THE JOB. The information given in Masterclass articles is intended to act as a reminder to capable people who are carrying out repair work. The authors, the Moulton Bicycle Club and its Officers accept no responsibility for work carried out by owners or their agents, whether that work is done in accordance with any information contained in these articles or not.

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  • 2 thoughts on “Technical Topics

    1. Tom Rowberry

      Could anyone help me to source new tyres and innertubes for a Moulton Minx? fitted with 14 x 1 3/8 inch wheels. The cycle was bought new by me for my daughter in the early seventies, fitted with front and rear suspension, sa three speed rear hub and intergral saddlebag frame. I would greatly appreciate any guidance your members may be able to give. Tom Rowberry

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    2. Andrew Porter

      There appears to be no shortage of tyres and tubes in this size on EBAY. You might find it useful to search initially for “bicycle tyre”, which will bring up all sizes, then there should be an option to narrow down the search to your specific size. Also try a search for “moulton” and you’ll get complete bikes as well as tyres and other parts. Good luck.

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