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hi, we have just aquired an old ladies bicycle with the intention of restoring it, the problem is i dont know what make it is, it has royal enfield on the pedals, bsa gear change, bsa rear hub and the gear cable runs on roller wheels and a single cable and the saddle is made by "The wright saddle company"

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The frame number is just below the seat : 56226, im like a fish out of water, bmx is my thing!

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